Downs won the toss and asked KB to bat first. They got off to a slow but steady start reaching 79 off 23 overs before the first wicket fell. Freddy Selby-Lowndes, aged 12, made his debut and bowled a very promising spell of 5 overs for 14. The introduction of our spinners reaped good rewards as we worked our way through the batting line up. KB finished on 160-8 from 45 overs; Alex Bellenie bowled with more flight and ended with 8-1-26-4 and Swiley with 9-1-29-3. We opened our batting with father and son duo, Simon and Freddie Smith. They started off scoring at 5 runs per over and just kept going, reaching a 100 partnership in the 19th over and 150 in the 26th. As is often the way with big partnerships, both were then out with just 7 runs needed for victory (Simon 76, Freddie 47). Harry (“another boundary”) Gillam left his commentator’s role to score the winning leg bye! Another convincing win lifted us to joint 2nd place in the table. Well done to all.