Navid Ahmeds men reeled off a fifth successive victory when seeing off Blunham by five wickets to rise into pole position a remarkable rise after losing their first four outings of 2018. Skipper Ahmed (3-38) was the pick of the bowlers as his side dismissed their visitors for 120 before Faisal Javed (65) continued his fine form with the bat during their successful chase. Considering the poor start we had, we could never have expected to be top before the mid-point of the season, said Ahmed. Its been a great team effort with everyone doing their bit and taking responsibility. Were just taking things one game at a time and focusing on picking up the results we need. Theyve been coming for the past few weeks and hopefully they will continue if we keep backing and celebrating the success of each other. Weve managed to build up momentum and need to keep it going. St Ives breezed to a second consecutive win yesterday when triumphing by nine wickets at Thriplow. Shaun Asplin (3-28) spearheaded a smart bowling performance as they dismissed their hosts for just 116. Matt Dack finished off the innings with 2-0 from four balls. Captain Jack Haycock (53) then hit a half-century to lead his side to success while youngster Jack Ranganathan carried his bat for 43.CAMBS & HUNTS PREMIER LEAGUE Whiting & Partners Division Two HUNTINGDON & DISTRICT beat BLUNHAM by 5 wkts Blunham 120 (N. Ahmed 3-38). Huntingdon & District 124-5 (F. Javed 65).THRIPLOW lost to ST IVES by 9 wkts Thriplow 116 (S. Asplin 3-28). St Ives 117-1 (J. Haycock 53, J. Ranganathan 43no).