Division 4: Neyland 2nds (94-4) beat Hook 2nds (93 all out) by 6 wickets

It is now eight straight league wins for Neyland 2nds after a four wicket haul from Rodney Murphy set up a win over Hook 2nds.

Murphy got the ball rolling by dismissing Samantha Rossiter (1) and Harry Makepeace (1) early on to leave the visitors 4-2.

And Hook never got going from there despite David Petrie coming in at No 7 and making a defiant a 25 not out off 49 balls, including two fours.

There was also 12 from tail ender Phil Griffiths, but his side was all out for 93 as Murphy finished with 4-15 in nine overs, including four maidens.

Aiden Rees also took for 2-9 in his six overs, and there were wickets for Keiran Arran (1-24) and captain Paul Miller (3-22).

The Neyland reply started on dodgy grounds though, as Gavin Rowland was LBW to Nick Absolom for 3, and then Stephen Murray (4) fell to the same bowler to leave the hosts 9-2.

Absolom picked up a third wicket when he dismissed John Tennick (9) en route to figures of 3-22, but at 23-3 opener Callum Power and Jason Oatley steadied the ship, taking the score to 54 before the latter fell to Chris Holder for 25 (three fours).

But Power stayed solid to make 25 not out (three fours) in 93 balls, and there was also 11 not out from Will Hughes as Neyland, aided by 17 extras, won it in 28.3 overs.