Bad to worse for out of touch Kenley
SOUTHERN Railway & Kenley failed once again to register their first win of the season as they slumped to a six-wicket defeat at Streatham.
Kenley have just two points from their opening six games, which came from a no result and a losing draw and share the bottom of the table with Alleyn & Honor Oak.
Greg McLean hit 12 from 11 balls before he was caught by Alexis Fuller off the bowling of Chris McGill. Mark Hindmarsh was then bowled by Sharad Patel for 14.
Opener James Barber and James Smith put together a partnership of 20 before the latter then relinquished his wicket to Kasheef Hassan.
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Patrick Saines came and went for three before barber's 58-ball vigil, for just 13 runs, came to an end, bowled by Andrew Mortimore, who had accounted for Smith, with the score on 60.
Mortimore then made Alexander Smith his next victim, clean bowling him for a third ball duck and while James Manns hit a quick-fire 18, once his wicket tumbled, the game was up for Kenley and they were all out five short of 100.
Kenley got off to a great start with the ball as Tom Benge was bowled by Manns for two with the score on three.
That was about as good as it got though.
Pablo Clark claimed the wicket of Hassan (18), but Dan Ellis (48no) steered the Streatham ship well. Luke Breeze impressed by taking 2-19 off five overs, but it was never going to be enough and Streatham made it over the finish line inside 25 overs.