Horley made it two wins out of two in the U14s league, restricting Banstead to a low total with a good all-round performance in the field, then knocking off the runs in double-quick time without losing a wicket. No fewer than 68 of their 98 runs came from boundaries.
Six Horley players took a wicket apiece – Udith Molanguri, Freddie Holland, Joe English, Zack Collins, Tommy McKenna and George Bowers. Holland also claimed a runout and took a catch, while Molanguri and Collins caught one victim each.
Collins and Christian Kelly opened Horley’s innings and Collins retired on 40, including six fours. Kelly, who had made 50 not out for the U15s two days earlier, was in fine form again, hitting six fours in his total of 31 not out, and Aryan Patel ended up on 23 not out (five fours).