Cafferkeys men closed to within two points of Tucker Gardner League Division One leaders Foxton a team they face at the end of July - when recording a third successive victory last Saturday. Some fine bowling and fielding compensated for a sub-standard batting display as Ramsey returned from bottom side Blunham in possession of a 29-run triumph and another big haul of league points. Cafferkey top-scored with 31 as his side were dismissed for just 135 a position which looked to leave them vulnerable. But they responded impressively as Taylor West tormented the hosts with 5-24 as they were skittled for just 106. Cafferkey and Mark Edwards both snared a couple of victims. Hopefully this is a run which can lay the foundations for a title challenge, said Cafferkey. It is a good time to be getting into our stride in a division where all teams seem capable of beating each other. The side who put a good run together will win the title and we just need to focus on doing that game-by-game. If we can keep winning, the table will take care of itself. We played poorly last Saturday at Blunham, but still managed to pick up an important result. That is a good omen in any sport. We didnt bat anywhere near well enough, but we bowled and fielded superbly which was vital in such a low-scoring game. Next up for Ramsey is a trip to Histon tomorrowwhen Cafferkey hopes to have Kasim Ikhlaq and Sam Latchford back after injury and holiday respectively. But Ramsey must do without the leading wicket-taker in Division One, Edwards, for the next two weekends as he is away.