WINDSOR are now three matches without a win in Division 2A of the Thames Valley League after a draw with Kidmore End on Saturday.

Kidmore End won the toss and elected to bat first, the visitors bowled out for 212 runs off 48.4 overs.

Abid Ul Wahab was the top scorer with 103 runs from 91 balls at a strike rate of 113.19. It is his first century this season and included 17 boundaries plus two maximums.

Ul Wahab put on 142 runs for the first wicket with fellow opener Jake Easton, who managed 51 from 80 balls.

The rest of the Kidmore team managed just 70 runs between them as Windsor bowler Matthew Lazarczuk ripped through the batting line-up with figures of 7-97 from 16.4 overs.

His victims included Ul Wahab plus Jake Leach (15) and Alex Crawford (22). The other two wickets fell to Jamie Hall (2-58).

Windsor managed just 186-7 off 51 overs in response and for a losers share of the points.

Aussie Adam Weston carried his bat for an unbeaten 81 from 155 balls - his third half-century this season. His innings lasted two hours and 54 minutes plus nine boundaries.

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PHOTO: Windsor bowler Jamie Hall recorded figures of 2-58 from 21 overs against Kidmore End on Saturday.

He put on 86 runs for the sixth wicket with Austin Ambrose (38). David Carlton made 19 at number four and opener James Hawkes added 16.

Kidmore End used three bowlers in defence of their total and Guy Ashby led the attack with figures of 4-53 from 16 overs, including the wickets of Hawkes and Ambrose.

Crawford took the wicket of Carlton in his 2-51 while the other wicket fell to Umer Faroqi (1-80).

The draw means Windsor remain in sixth position in the league table as the season reaches its half-way point.

Windsor welcome table toppers and unbeaten Hayes to Home Park this Saturday (1pm start).

Windsor 2s have climbed out of the relegation spots in Division 5A following their 143-run win at Farnham Common.

The team make the journey to Hayes 2s this Saturday.

Grab a copy of the Observer today for match pictures plus reaction from Windsor captain Kristan Baumgartner.