Hythe & Dibden 117 all out
Bashley (Rydal) II 118 for 3
The home side won the toss and chose to bat first on what proved to be a difficult batting track at Jones Lane and were soon struggling at 3 for 2. Opening bowlers Sam Stroud (2 for 26) and Sean
Bashley (Rydal) 3rds 160 for 9
Verwood 1st 136 for 8
Bashley 3rds travelled to Verwood and on winning the toss elected to bat first. It soon became evident that scoring runs would be difficult on a dry wicket with variable bounce. The top order struggled but Saif Achakazai was scoring freely
Bashley (Rydal) II 323 for 6
Hambledon 216 all out
Bashley strengthened their position at the top of the table with a convincing win over fourth placed Hambledon at the BCG thanks to a near perfect batting display. Having won the toss and chosen to bat openers James and Alex Turner started
Bashley (Rydal) 3rds 291 for 6
Follands (Hamble) 1st 71 All Out
On another gloriously sunny afternoon, Bashley won the toss and elected to bat first again 10 man Follands.
Bashley found runs hard to come by against the accurate Follands opening bowlers and after ten overs had struggled to 25 for 2.
Bashley (Rydal) II 266 for 6
Fareham & Crofton 231 for 8
Bashley won the toss and choose to bat first in the heat but lost three early wickets before skipper Patrick Lewis joined the in-form James Turner to take the score to 84 before Turner was dismissed for 38 from 57
Kerala 1st 153 all out
Bashley (Rydal) 3rds 157 for 6
Bashley 3rds endured another seriously delayed journey to Porstmouth, due to the road closures on the M27. Kerala won the toss and in glorious sunshine they elected to bat first. They were soon in trouble against the impressive Bashley opening attack
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Bashley (Rydal) 3rds 183 for 7
Woodgreen 180 for 9
In welcome sunshine, Woodgreen won the toss and elected to bat first. They made a cautious but steady start and had only reached 28 when Naish was caught for 15 in the 10th over. Their slow progress continued until the loss of
Bashley (Rydal) II 121 all out
Purbrook 122 for 9
Bashley’s unbeaten run came to an end at Purbrook but not without a fight. Having been inserted on hastily prepared wicket due to heavy rain during the week they were soon in trouble at 46 for 3 with only James Turner (11)
Trojans 153 all out
Bashley (Rydal) II 154 for 6
Pre-match rain resulted in the match being reduced to 45 overs per side and captain Pat Lewis was relieved to win the toss and field under leaden skies. Once again Sam Stroud bowled an excellent opening spell in taking 4 for 27