WINDSOR recorded their second win in Division 2A of the Thames Valley League this season after a six-wicket victory against Old Merchant Taylors (OMT) on Saturday.

Windsor won the toss and elected to put OMT into bat first at Home Park, the visitors making 147 runs all out from 47.2 overs.

Number eight James Worthington top-scored with 33 runs, two ahead of Sohan Modi on 31, while Uzair Khan and Drij Vyas both made 15 - the later unbeaten at the crease.

Mark Lines was the pick of the Windsor bowlers with figures of 4-44, including the key wickets of Worthington, Modi and Khan. He was supported by Thomas Hartridge (2-27).

The home team reached 151-4 in response from 26.1 overs for the win. Opening David Carlton top-scored with 57 while Vishal Nair added 32.

The wickets were shared amongst the three OMT bowlers with Armaan Mahmood the pick of them with figures of 1-28.

Windsor have now moved up one place to fifth position in the league table ahead of a trip to second-from-bottom Chesham 2s this Saturday.

Maidenhead & Bray have fallen one place to eighth position in the table following a two-wicket defeat away at new leaders Hayes.

Hayes won the toss and asked Maidenhead & Bray to bat first, the away team reaching 186 all out from 46 overs.

Captain Yunus Sert top-scored with 85 but only Louis Blackwell (17), Max Thomas (14) and Alkesh Vaja (10) could also reach double figures.

Athar Khan led the Hayes bowling attack with figures of 2-24, backed up by Harman Momi (2-38) and Surinderpai Sharma (2-40).

Hayes reached 188-8 from 37.5 overs in response for the victory thanks to 69 runs from Mandeep Singh. His innings included 10 boundaries and two maximums. Prabhjot Singh added 37 runs batting at number three.

Man-of-the-match Sert continued to led his side from the front with a five-wicket haul (5-30) with the ball, including the wickets of the two Singhs.

Blackwell claimed 2-39 from his 10 overs and Vaja took 1-31 from four overs.

Maidenhead & Bray return to the Bray Ground for the visit of third-placed Amersham 2s this Saturday.

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