Batting first, Castlethorpe's total of 188 was largely driven by a captain's innings of 68 from Jack Johnson, who had support from Ben Nightingale and late addition Russell Jones. However, the Castlethorpe total would have been far less were it not for a spirited last-wicket partnership from James Chantry and Ian Easton, who hit a career-best 22.
With runs on the board to defend, Castlethorpe would have fancied their chances had they not run into an in-form James Letts, who thrashed seven sixes on his way to a very fast 103. By that point, the game was already as good as over.
Match report by Martin Jones