The local county triumphed by 20 runs and 26 runs in two fixtures staged at Ramsey. Home player Michael Cafferkey impressed with figures of 4-19 in the second of the clashes when Hunts successfully defended their tally of 156-8 by removing the Academy for 130. They also batted first in their opening success when putting 148-8 on the board and dismissing their opponents for 128. New Hunts team manager Rob Vitas said: There were some excellent performances in both games and there is already a very good team spirit which is great to see. Hunts are back in action on Tuesday when travelling to Uxbridge to take on the RAF in another Twenty20 tie.