Having first use of the road was certainly agreeable to Wag & Jarrod as they put on over a hundred for the first wicket. However, once Jarrod departed for a well made half century, only James Toogood (29) offered much support to the Captain. By the end of 45 overs, Wag was beginning to creak as the score had reached 191-4, with the Captain responsible for 91 of those runs.
Madni's reply also saw the first wicket yield a useful half century opening stand aided by a couple of costly drops in the slips. But both openers fell in quick succession with the total in the fifties giving Calvo hope. But the third wicket added almost another 50 runs and despite taking four further wickets Madni eased home with 5 overs to spare.
Relegation is now mathematically confirmed for the Seconds in what has been a difficult season due to (lack of) availability.
MOM: Graham Waghorn 91*