Lost by 7 wickets. Pilgrims 177 ( W. Smibert 72 ); Radley 178-3.

We won the toss and on an evenly paced pitch will is my blood took full advantage scoring a superb 72 before he was caught at point. Oliver Clifford and Henry Cheal both got into the 30s but wickets kept falling and we knew that we would have to bowl well to defend what was a modest total given the conditions and that we were  two men short. In the event our bowling failed to trouble the Rangers who overhauled our total in just 28 overs with only James Vitali  and Tom Keane posing any threat.