Coach Karun Jethi believes our young First team is on the verge of big things, despite losing to league leaders Hertford in a rain-affected game on Saturday.
He said they are were talented players who just have to catch the winning habit.
Karun, seen above batting in his days as a Canada international, said: ‘A loss in wet conditions is not something I’m going to lose my sleep over. I have always looked for positives even in a loss. Richard’s ton is a big achievement not only for him but for whole club.
‘We are still in fourth position which I’m happy with because it will only take a few wins for us and few losses for top three to get us to where we want to go.
‘The mood in the camp is great and boys are backing each other no matter what the scorebook looks like.
‘Now, it’s time to think on how to stay consistent in winning games going forward.
‘To be a top team anywhere in world, you have to win and win consistently and that’s my next goal to get the whole team into a winning habit.
‘Every game we are getting better and better at one thing or the other whether it is batting, bowling or fielding.
‘As our goal to be a top team for long term and the way things are going so far I guess we are on track.
‘All the boys are at every practice and give 100 per cent in whatever they do and that’s what I asked of them from day one.
‘I have talked to a few of the guys in person about their individual performance because they have really not playing up to their potential yet but I have faith in them and they will bounce back from a bad run.
‘We are playing good cricket at home so far and our next game is at home and is a must win game for us. I can promise a better show from my team in the next game and we’ll secure yet another victory at home.’