Another loss for Kenley
SOUTHERN Railway & Kenley remain way off the pace in Division Four after a poor batting display saw them fall to another defeat.
Kenley are second bottom of the division with just two points after seven matches played.
Egham inserted visitors Kenley to bat first. Opener James Smith was dismissed for a miserable four runs, while partner James Barber fared only slightly better with 11. Greg McLean managed a decent 32 off 59 balls, which included six fours, as the middle order made the biggest impact for Kenley.
McLean was caught and Smiten Patel was the next to go for 19.
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Things ticked along for Kenley without anyone getting the big innings their total needed. Mark Hindmarsh added 26, before Marcus May top-scored for the visitors with 33.
With the score reaching 159-8 Kenley declared, hoping to have better luck with the ball.
Things started nicely for the visitors when Egham opener Risk was bowled for five by K Djilali, although Ian Smith did better with 21 before McLean was caught off Hindmarsh's bowling.
Matt Turvill added to the total with 11, but it was Jax Luxford who did the damage to Kenley's chances, adding 69 not out, alongside Chris Douglas (1) Gilmour (11) and Jamie Powell (28) to secure the points.