SINITH Chandran and Christopher Emes were in top form as hosts Crowthorne & Crown Wood made it back-to-back wins with a four-wicket triumph against Stratfield Turgis.

Chandran (4-29) and Emes 3-28) helped restrict the visitors to 151-9 in their 45 overs, and Simon Sheppard's 49 broke the back of the chase, the Crows eventually reaching 152-6 with seven overs in hand.

Vignesh Vaidyanathan was the pick of the attack with 3-28.

A fine knock from opener Jason Searancke (76no), allied to an excellent spell from skipper Nick Kingston (3-11) powered Mortimer West End (194-7) to a 93-run triumph against Woodley (101).

The clash between the top two of BCS and Shinfield, along with the game between Woodcote and Ibis Mapledurham, were both abandoned without a ball being bowled fue to heavy rain on Friday.

Division One leaders Sandhurst were denied victory for the first time this season as they earned a winning draw against Peppard Stoke Row 2nbds.

Dan Skinner top scored with 93 as the Camels amassed 232-8 in their 45 overs, Matt Vines grabbing 3-30.

Usman Asif (56) batted well for PSR, although it was Vines (82no) who ensured his side reached the safety of 204-7.

Farley Hill (216-7) moved up to second following their 107-run home win against Crowthorne & Crown Wood 2nds (109).

Ross Ditchburn (73) and William Nash-Worthing (44) were the principle run-getters for the Hill, while Peter Clarke claimed 3-55 for the Crows.

The visitors' reply never got going after Craig Jorey took 3-4 from his nine overs, and Lawrence Heaton-Wright came on to take 4-42 and seal the deal for Farley.

Arun Kumar (5-23) and Vivek Vasist (4-29) did the damage with the ball for Shinfield 2nds as they beat Woodley 2nds by six wickets.

Fine knocks from Pavan Nargund (71) and Swapnil Bagwe (51) enabled Woodley to reach 178, but Saketh Chodimella and Luke Prowse both made 48 to see Shinfield home.

Mark Tisshaw (3-27) impressed for Warfield (159-4) as they beat Waltham St Lawrence (158) by six wickets.

Division Two leaders West Reading 3rds continued their perfect start with a 110-run cruise against Sulhamstead 3rds.

Amaar Raja (70), Hessam Raja (68) and Najam Raja (51) were all among the runs as Wests racked up an imposing score of 272-5, and Saif Khan then took 4-28 to see Sully dismissed for 162.

Earley (92-3) enjoyed a comfortable seven-wicket success against Wokingham 6ths (87).

Shiva Aruna (60) again led the way for Reading Lions (243-4) as they eased to a 110-run victory at home to Knowl Hill, Param Palanisamy taking 4-46 as the Knowlies were dismissed for 133.

Checkendon 2nds (199-9) captain Sathia Jobe top scored with 66 from 56 deliveries as they just had the better of their draw with Welford Park 2nds (195-7).

Manish Garg took the astonishing figures of 6-5 to lead Mortimer West End 2nds to their first win of the season, a 126-run thrashing of Peppard Stoke Row 3rds.

Mike Cook had earlier made 98 as MWE posted 202, but Garg's efforts saw PSR tumble to 76 all out.

Calvin Hall grabbed 4-23 to help Division Three front-runners Sandhurst 2nds (131) to a sixth win out of six after they edged out West Reading 4ths (106) by 25 runs in a low-scoring affair.

Jimmy George took a hat-trick in his second spell and ended with figures of 4-6 from nine overs to inspire second-placed Mortimer to a six-wicket triumph at home to Binfield 4ths.

His excellent display helped restrict Binfield to 120-8, and Mortimer reached 124-4 after 28.2 overs of their reply.

Shinfield 3rds (116) squeezed to a four-run success against Purley on Thames 3rds (112) in another low-scoring scrap.

Yakeshwaran Sekar (4-15) was the Stratfield Turgis 2nds' (97-4) hero as they eased to a six-wicket victory against Crowthorne & Crown Wood 3rds (93).

Justin Smith top scored with 61 for Falkland Development (180-8), but they went down to a four-wicket defeat against Earley 2nds (184-6).