Exiles made it 3 wins in a row with an emphatic 10 wicket victory at Beddington.
Beddington won the toss but were soon losing wickets as Andy Wingfield – the only survivor from Exiles’ previous visit to Beddington 13 years ago – took 3 for 20 – and Simon Gundry went one better with 4 for 6; with a welcome first appearance of the season from Terence Moynihan (1 for 19) and steady spells from 2 players borrowed from the opposition – Majeed and Mehran – there was no respite for the Beddington batters and they were eventually dismissed for 79.
Drew Scott-Dawkins (25 not out) anchored the reply and despite skipper Chris Plume picking up a blow to the hand, a further player borrowed for the day – Moin Khan – blasted the Exiles home with 28 not out off 20 balls.
A fine win for the magnificent seven (and four guests!). Next up is Surbiton at Nursery Road.