Having won the toss, Hawridge & Cholesbury elected to bat first. They made 201-8 from their 40 overs, the two best batters being James Cath and Kevin Stenson, both of whom scored 58 runs. Best Ley Hill bowling came from stand-in skipper Lewis Thompson who took 5 wickets for 28 runs.
In response, it turned out that the thirties were unlucky for Ley Hill. They only lasted 33.5 overs, and the top two scorers were Jon Lown with 33 and James Lagdon with 30. In total, they could only manage 126 runs with only two other batters reaching double figures and four more getting ducks. Most of the damage was done by Andy Holdsworth, who took 4 wickets for 18 runs.