Knebworth Park finished their season in style with an emphatic 10 wicket win over Allenburys and County Hall on Saturday
It brought them their 14th win over the season and meant they finished second in the table in the Saracens Herts League Division 3a table, just three points adrift of champions West Herts 2nds.
Early wickets by opening bowlers Charlie Randall and Kobie Richmond, taking one apiece, were followed by a devastating spell by Amelia Kemp, whose medium pace claimed four for 12.
Alex Richmond bagged 2 for 26 to take his haul to an impressive 39 wickets for the season, one of the highest in the whole of the Saracens League.
In spite of 29 off 80 balls by opener Will Petts, the home side limped to just 72 off 29 overs.
Louis Champion then unleashed a brutal assault on the Allenburys bowlers, demolishing any short of a length delivery in hitting 54 not out, including eight 4s and two 6s and with Josh Roseberry 17 not out they took just 9.1 overs to reach their target with 73 for no wicket.