The South African star reached three figures for the first time on a Saturday on these shores as his side saw off Cambridge St Giles by three wickets in Whiting & Partners Division Two. Hudson finished on 103no while Amir Sidhikil contributed a valuable 36 as the Huntingdon side bettered their visitors offering of 200-7 at St Peters Road. Kimbolton extended their lead at the summit thanks to a batting recovery and some fine bowling against Saffron Walden 2nds. James Biddles men collected maximum points in a 179 run success. They piled up 281-7 before dismissing their opponents for just 102. A big score didnt appear likely as the locals were reduced to 95-6, but Chris Gilthorpe (72), Nick Borkett (69no) and Lee Ingram (40no) improved matters considerably. Gilthorpe and Mark Roberts then took three wickets apiece as Kimboltons bowlers enjoyed plenty of success. Bottom side Warboys suffered a four-wicket defeat at the hands of Burwell 2nds after seeing their tally of 185 eclipsed. Captain Matt Duncan hit an unbeaten 56 for Warboys and Adam Hyde added 38.CAMBS & HUNTS PREMIER LEAGUE Whiting & Partners Division TwoHUNTINGDON & DISTRICT beat CAMBRIDGE ST GILES by 3 wkts Cambridge St Giles 200-9 (N. Khan 3-25). Huntingdon & District 201-7 (G. Hudson 103no, A. Sidhikil 36).KIMBOLTON beat SAFFRON WALDEN 2NDS by 179 runs Kimbolton 281-7 (C. Gilthorpe 72, N. Borkett 69no, L. Ingram 40no). Saffron Walden 2nds 102 (C. Gilthorpe 3-14, M. Roberts 3-17).WARBOYS lost to BURWELL 2NDS by 4 wkts Warboys 185 (M. Duncan 56no, A. Hyde 38). Burwell 2nds 189-6.