MUHAMMED Hafeez was again Shinfield’s match-winner as they made it four Premier Division wins from four with a 140-run tonking of hosts Crowthorne & Crown Wood, writes Richard Ashton.

Hafeez blasted 48 from just 38 balls as the away side totalled 218-9 from their 40 overs, and then took 3-15, which along with Shashank Garg’s 5-12, resulted in the Crows being skittled for 78.

BCS remain top after a 44-run triumph at home to Woodley.

Khurram Akram smashed 101 from 93 balls and Waqas Ahmed added 59 as the hosts posted 234-7, Mohamed Rimzan (3-34) and Nabeel Ashgar (3-32) the pick of the attack.

Rizmy Nilamdeen (45) and Rimzan (40) put on 72 for the opening wicket, but a sensational spell from Ahmed (6-21) blew away much of the remainder of the innings as Woodley were dismissed for 190.

Mortimer West End (163-6) captain Nick Kingston took 3-17 to set-up a four-wicket win for his side at Goring on Thames (161-9).

Chris Lewis top scored with 63 for the hosts, but a fine unbeaten 78 from Adam Telford led MWE home.

Ankit Singh (79) and Richard Pilkington (3-36) were the stars of the show for Ibis Mapledurham (240-6) as they crushed Welford Park (136) by 104 runs.

Woodcote returned to winning ways with a dramatic two-wicket home win against Stratfield Turgis.

Chris Butcher’s 88 led the away side to 150, JP Brouard impressing with 3-31 for Cote.

Openers Ryan Lennard (44) and Paul Knox (42) shared 75 to put their side in command in the chase, but a fine spell from Ben Jiggins (3-24) sparked a collapse to 145-8, only for Woodcote to edge home.

Division One pace-setters Sandhurst maintained their perfect run with a 37-run triumph at Farley Hill.

Captain Adam Birch (63) and Australian Lachlan Birse (55no) helped the Camels post 241-6, and Birse (5-40) then completed a man0f-the-match display by taking 5-40 as Hill were bowled out for 204.

Under 12 Connor Lamsdale (4-27) and his dad Peter (40no from 27 balls) starred for Peppard Stoke Row 2nds (175-5) as they climbed to second with a five-wicket success at home to Warfield (171).

Shinfield 2nds (149) edged to an 11-run victory against Crowthorne & Crown Wood 2nds (138), while Rajendra Babu’s 4-26 hastened Twyford & Ruscombe (100-1) to a comfortable nine-wicket cruise against Waltham St Lawrence (96).

Swapnil Bagwe (109no), Pradeep Kadloor (52no) and Pavan Nargund (50) were all among the runs as Woodley 2nds (271-3) eased past West Reading 2nds (192) by 79 runs.

Ghalib Hussain top scored with 63 for Wests.

Division Two leaders West Reading 3rds (109-6) kept their perfect record in tact with a four-wicket success at Earley (108).

Shiva Aruna scored his third consecutive century as Reading Lions beat Welford Park 2nds by 82 runs.

Aruna’s unbeaten 129 fired Lions to 241-6, and despite Manu Chadha’s entertaining 84 from 61 balls, Park were restricted to 159-9.

Matt Ravden’s 54 helped Peppard Stoke Row 3rds (230-7) overcome Wokingham 6ths (125-7) by 105 runs, Dersh Patel’s 55 proving in vain for the hosts.

Karthik Chitta (54) led the way for Checkendon 2nds (235-6) as they beat Sulhamstead 3rds (128) by 107 runs.

Janaka Abeysinghe (55) struck a third half century of the season and then took 4-18 to fire Knowl Hill (160) to a 35-run victory over Mortimer West End 2nds (125).

Sandhurst 2nds (114) made it four Division Three wins from four with a 30-run victory against Crowthorne & Crown Wood 3rds (84).

Mortimer’s perfect record was ended in a dramatic 15-run defeat to Shinfield 3rds.

The visitors recovered from 58-8 to total 114, and Rehaan Samdani then took 4-35 to knock Mortimer over for 99.

Venu Mayank smashed a staggering 112 not out from just 39 balls as Earley 2nds crushed Stratfield Turgis 2nds (114-8) by 196 runs.

Sanjay Gurung (67 from 64 balls) and Umer Malik (54 from 52) were also in form as Earley reached 310-5, and Vernon Butcher then took 5-27 to restrict Turgis to 114-8.

Abdur Raheem made 56 for West Reading 4ths, but they went down by four wickets to Binfield 4ths (120-6), for whom Simon York (4-12) was the stand-out performer.

Purley on Thames 3rds (78-1) eased past Falkland Development (77) by nine wickets.