|Ben Bhabra 55* and 3 for 53|
It was then left to Byron Haycock with an unbeaten 69 and Ben Bhabra, reinforcing his all-rounder credentials, with 55 not out to secure the win by 6 wickets with 2 overs to spare.
The win moves the team up to 2nd place in the league behind Collingham.
There was a fourth consecutive win for the 2nds at The Strand as they overwhelmed Caythorpe by 73 runs. Batting first on a wicket that helped the bowlers when the ball was new, Attenborough looked to be in some trouble at 46 for 4. However an 82 run partnership between Rich Henson (45) and Neil Thurlow (31) steadied the ship and allowed the tail to throw the bat with 25 for Pete Bateman and 16 for Martin Rayner. Caythorpe's reply started in the same way as Attenborough, crumbling to 26 for 5 as Martin Rayner claimed 4 early wickets. There was to be no reprieve though as the visitors were finally dismissed for 113.
The 3rds secured their first win of the season with a comfortable 5 wicket win at Gedling and Sherwood. The home side were dismissed for just 95 with Rob Howarth claiming 4 for 23, James Grenfell 3 for 23 and Rod Kitching 3 for 17. In reply Ben Sheppard showed his class in taking the game by the scruff of the neck with an unbeaten 33 in double-quick time.
|Tom Black 40* on debut|