1st XI chose to bat first at home to Staplegrove. Due to a downpour at 12.20 the game was reduced to 41 overs per side.Chasing points after Whorlow went for 12, Troy Johnson and George Retter put on 196 for the 2nd wicket in double quick time. A middle order swish and Perrott were able to declare at 34.5 overs on 269-7. In reply Staplegrove had a good go and at one point were in with an outside chance of victory but after Bishop (66) and Craggs (64) went the momentum fell away. Alex Eckland took 3-38 and 1 wicket each for Hawes,Szczepanski and Whorlow as the visitors finished on 226-6 and a 43 run for Perrott.
2nd XI had a delayed start at Hardington and were only able to get a 20 over game in. The home batting first made 131-3 with Harry Desroy 2-12 and Harry Morrisey 1-13 being the wicket takers. In reply Brandon Moy top scored with 33 and there was 19 each for Stu Payne and Mark Downing but Perrott finished 12 short on 119-9 come the end.
The 3rds also had a wet trip to Broadway. They to had been caught by the heavy morning down pours leaving the uncovered wicket a tad more than damp ! Broadway taking first knock ran up 190-3 with a wicket each for youngster Fin Hayton and Barney French.
Perrott found scoring much harder with Fin Hayton top scoring with 20 and 19 each for Jason Bradley and Andy Finch unfortunately not enough as they were all out for 95.