JORDAN Clements snared 3-14 as Sandhurst thumped Twyford & Ruscombe by 10 wickets in their Division One clash, writes Richard Ashton.

The Camels routed their opponents for just 76, and with Adam Birch (42no from 39 balls) in top form, they raced to victory in 15.5 overs.

A stunning run chase saw Waltham St Lawrence topple Shinfield 2nds by 10 wickets.

Liam Prowse made 50 as the visitors totalled 193-9 in their 40 overs, Chris Waghorn taking 3-33 for Saints.

The run chase was emphatic, however, with Sree Venkata (112no) and Ravi Sainani (72no) blasting their side to victory with 11 overs to spare.

Farley Hill edged out Warfield by 17 runs.

Ali Jalil top scored with 52 as Farley were dismissed for 165, Mark Tisshaw taking 3-43, but the hosts never really got going as Anuj Kapoor's 3-17 restricted them to 148-9 in reply.

Woodley 2nds edged to a tense three-wicket success at Crowthorne & Crown Wood 2nds.

Tom Nash made 50 for the Crows, but with Pradeep Kadloor (3-31) in fine form, they were dismissed for 158.

Avinash Singh took 3-24 in reply, but despite their being no significant individual innings, Woodley reached 160-7 with 19 balls in hand.

Adnan Raja struck a brilliant 103 not out, but West Reading 2nds' (232-4) game at Peppard Stoke Row 2nds was abandoned with the hosts 42-3 after in overs in reply.

Rehan Akram (88) was again among the runs for BCS as they made it three Premier Division wins from three with a 118-run cruise at home to Welford Park.

BCS posted 222-7 despite Andy Barr's 3-33, but Welford crashed to 104 all out as Adrees Shaheen (5-27) proved to be in inspired form.

A staggering innings of 199 not out from just 61 balls from Muhammed Hafeez helped Shinfield blast Goring on Thames by 90 runs.

Prashant Ghandi added 60 as Shinfield smashed 286-5, and despite Ollie Carrier's 65, Goring could only make 196 in reply.

Hafeez (4-38) and Ghandi (3-53) completed fine all-round displays by chipping in with seven wickets with the ball between them.

A sensational 104 not out from Crowthorne & Crown Wood captain Will Avrili guided his side to a brilliant five-wicket win at Woodley.

Useful knocks from the Woodley top three of Rizmy Nilamdeen (77), Mohamed Rimzan (71) and skipper Fasul Nufail (61) set the hosts on track to a big score of 273-9, but Avrili combined with James Whitehurst (76) to fire the Crows to victory with two overs to spare.

Dave Drury's 77 proved pivotal in giving Ibis Mapledurham a 20-run victory at Stratfield Turgis.

Kishore Sotoku (4-10) was the pick of the Stratfield attack as they kept the visitors to 164-9, but fine spells from Chad Cudjoe (3-8) and Lewis Hart (3-27) helped dismiss Turgis for 144.

Skipper Jonny Clark (77no) was left high and dry as his side were shot out for 91 at Mortimer West End – the innings featuring seven ducks – before the hosts raced to 93-1 in just 12 overs to seal a nine-wicket win.

Earley continued their perfect start to the Division Two season while ending Knowl Hill's in a five-wicket triumph.

Janaka Abeysinghe hammered 71 from 63 balls as the Knowlies posted 176-9, but useful contributions throughout ensured Earley (178-5) got to their target with more than five overs remaining.

Shiva Aruna (101no), Vinoth Palanisamy (81no) and Babu Longanathan (51) were all among the runs as Reading Lions cracked 309-2, only for their game against Sulhamstead 3rds (19-1) – the former club of the trio – to be abandoned after 10.2 overs of the second innings.

Piyush Bedi smashed 89 from 67 balls as Checkendon 2nds (203) had their game with Mortimer West End 2nd XI (63-0) washed out.

A crucial 59 not out from No. 9 Yasir Bandey helped Welford Park 2nds (165-8) to a 17-run win against Peppard Stoke Row 3rds (148), for whom Australian Under 15 leg spinner Grace Jones took 4-32.

Adeel Rafique took 5-28 to limit Wokingham 6ths to 155 all out as his side eased to an eight-wicket success.

Steve Smith top scored with 54 for the Oaks, but the target was way insufficient as Sohail Arshad's unbeaten 62 guided Wests to victory in just 25.3 overs.

In Division Three, leaders Mortimer (115-8) made it three wins from three with a narrow two-wicket success at Earley 2nds (114), Ian Bliss (5-34) the man-of-the-match for the table-toppers.

Habib Pataan took 6-36 for Shinfield 3rds, but still ended up on the losing side as they went down by five runs in a thriller at home to Sandhurst 2nds.

The Camels were bowled out for 143 – aided by 35 extras – and despite Angus Tiffin's 59, Shinfield could only reach 138 in reply. Jack O'Neil was the pick of the attack with 4-16.

Venkata Adapa took 5-21 as Crowthorne & Crown Wood 3rds (92-5) beat West Reading 4ths (91) by five wickets.

James Bennet (80no) and Jim Browning (68) did the damage for Binfield 4ths (235-4) in their 56-run triumph at Falkland Development (179).

James Hewetson top scored with 50 for Falkland.

Jacob Hearn's 54 not out steered Purley on Thames 3rds (117-5) to a five-wicket win against Stratfield Turgis 2nds (115).