In an entertaining game, Harvel managed to bowl out Blackheath for 215 after orginally getting 218-6, winning by three runs.

Winning the toss, Harvel wasted no time in deciding to bat and make first use of a dry and firm wicket. Gary Whatman opening the innings on his return to the first team, went cheaply playing on the fourth over.

His older brother Mark then steadied the innings, batting with great application in the face of some hostile bowling and sledging.

He made 72 before being run out. His partnership with Khan (42) looked to have swung the game in Harvel's favour but with that stand broken, Harvel stumbled and were very grateful to a late flurry from Darby (16) and Des Bailey (35), who hit three sixes in an entertaining 20-ball innings.

Only Swadkin with 1-35 off 14 overs ended with respectable bowling figures for Blackheath.

Captain Jerman (31) and Wilson (25) got the visitors off to a flyer and after 11 overs, the score was 63 without loss and the game looked out of reach for Harvel.

Mark Cowell then removed Jerman with a vicious delivery, which lifted off a length and Darby took a good catch behind the stumps, his first off three victims.

Tactical bowling changes and an improved fielding display from Harvel then began to turn the tables and Blackheath crumpled to 119-5.

Steve Keast's 3-32 off 10 overs and Gary Whatman's 3-38, off 11 overs did the damage, both showing an excellent line and length.

Swadkin (66) ensured the run-rate was kept in check, however the wickets falling on a regular basis, a tight finish was on the cards. Coming down to the last over, seven runs were needed to win for Blackheath and one wicket for Harvel.

Bailey bowled an excellent over and took the winning wicket off the last ball of the game, with Mitchell taking a brilliant catch under extreme pressure.

Having started the second day 95 runs ahead, Bromley soon got into their stride against Dartford.

Joey Benjamin was in form, smashing the ball to all parts of the ground on his way to an unbeaten 91.

Richard Davis and Cory Otto eventually got Bromley's last two wickets, and were all out for 238 163 runs ahead going into the second innings with Davis taking 6 for 109 and Otto picking up three wickets.

Dartford did not get off to a great start with Wood falling to Joe Dawes.

Rossiter and Snowden then set about the difficult task of surviving the next two-and-a-half sessions to avoid an outright loss.

They achieved this until the last delivery before lunch, when Rossiter was caught off the bat and pad to Benjamin.

Snowden managed to resist for an hour and 20 minutes, before finally falling to Dawes for 18 and then the Dartford batting began to fall away.

Only resistance from Steve Gunner, who decided attack was the best form of defence with an excellent 37, delayed the inevitable loss and Dartford were finally bowled out for 102.

Bexley managed to dispose of Tunbridge Wells with relative ease on the weekend.

In the second day of the two-day match, Bexley were 80-2 with a target of 187 to beat.

The night watchman Pete Rosser was then dismissed.

They managed to get the score up to a 180-6 but lost three wickets for three runs. With the score at 183-9, Bexley needed four runs to win and Andrew Tutt scored the winning runs on his debut.