Warboys are on a roll in the Hunts League.

Warboys bowler Ollie Jenkins sends down a delivery during their win at Huntingdon & District 2nds.Warboys bowler Ollie Jenkins sends down a delivery during their win at Huntingdon & District 2nds.

Matt Lavender’s side reeled off a third successive Division Three victory when triumphing by seven wickets at Huntingdon & District 2nds last Saturday.

Skipper Lavender (4-28) and Liam Gaynor (4-37) did the majority of the damage as Warboys removed their hosts for 126. Almost half of the Huntingdon & District 2nds runs were provided by Steve Marsh, who hit 60.

Warboys had few problems in wrapping up victory in 20-and-a-half overs.

Aussie ace Jake Towerton dropped down the levels to devastating effect in a resounding Ramsey 3rds victory at that level.

The Huntingdon & District 2nds side who were beaten by Warboys in Hunts League Division Three. They are back row, left to right, Steve Marsh, Adnan Hafeez, Freddie Khan, Jacob Young, Zeeshan Islam, Richard Wyatt, front row, Ghanshayam Pandya, Michael Farmer, Mukhtesh Pandya, Graham Caddy and Ben Rowbotham.The Huntingdon & District 2nds side who were beaten by Warboys in Hunts League Division Three. They are back row, left to right, Steve Marsh, Adnan Hafeez, Freddie Khan, Jacob Young, Zeeshan Islam, Richard Wyatt, front row, Ghanshayam Pandya, Michael Farmer, Mukhtesh Pandya, Graham Caddy and Ben Rowbotham.

Towerton, who usually plays for the club’s first XI in the Cambs & Hunts Premier League, clubbed 163 off just 106 balls – a monster innings including 19 fours and six sixes – as they walloped Peterborough side Hampton 2nds by 225 runs.

Ramsey 3rds piled up 314-8 before removing Hampton for 89 with youngsters Alistair Clark and Ben Saunders taking three wickets apiece.