EMMBROOK AND BEARWOOD 1s maintained their promising start to the league campaign with a win over Holyport.
In a low scoring match, Emmbrook elected to put Holyport into bat first.
Greg Davis performed wonders with the ball for Emmbrook as he took five wickets.
James Gibbs added two more wickets as Emmbrook limited Holyport to a total of just 80 on the board before they were removed all out after 24 overs.
Emmbrook got off to a decent start as opening batsman Alex Cobb hit a total of 35 runs.
Despite losing Ollie Williams (6), Joe Smart (0) and Jamie Goodwin (4) for relatively low totals, Emmbrook were able to wrap up the win comfortably.
Jack Narraway hit 27 to help his team get over the line as they sealed the win with seven wickets to spare after 22.5 overs and earned 35 more points to their league total.
They have a healthy 17 point lead over second placed Knotty Green 2s after the first six round of fixtures in Chilterns Division 1.
Emmbrook and Bearwood bowling: Gibbs 2-27, Davis 5-40, Wells 0-12, Kuchimanchi 1-0
Emmbrook and Bearwood batting: Cobb 35, Williams 6, Smart 0, Goodwin 4, Narraway 27, Davis dnb, Robertson dnb, Wells dnb, Kuchimanchi dnb, Gibbs dnb, Wells dnb