SAM McCrow’s Seconds continued their impressive form with a comprehensive win at Potters Bar although another disappointing performance saw the Firsts sacrifice their 100 per cent home record.
The Seconds were led home by a hugely impressive Ollie Pitts (49*) as they recovered from the loss of three early wickets to chase down the hosts’ inadequate 118 all out.
But the Firsts threw away a promising position as they went down at home to Reed. The visitors were teetering at 124-8, with Charlie Randall returning to form and claiming three wickets, before a tailend revival saw them pile up 191.
In reply, the Park were soon in trouble, being bundled out for just 103, with Parth Patel (44) offering the only substantial resistance.
It was another dismal day for the Thirds who succumbed to an eight-wicket defeat at home to Flitwick after being shot out for 110.
The Fourths, however, were in commanding form against London Colney II. Robert Crowe claimed five wickets as the home side were dismissed for 98, before Ian woods (37*) led them home with five wickets in hand.
The Fifths held in for a draw away at Baldock III.