JAMIE Harvey scored his second successive century in his 100th league game for Winterbourne to help his team to a huge victory over Ashford Hill.

On a scorching hot day, Winterbourne batted first and it was once again the openers of Harvey and Matt Windows (also playing his 100th match) dominated a weak Ashford Hill attack.

Harvey started fluently and punished anything short on an excellent batting wicket and lightning fast outfield. Windows also continued his good form and the pair put on 179 for the opening wicket with Harvey scoring a superb 102 and Windows 64 before both fell in quick succession.

With the new batsmen given licence to push on, Ganesh hit a quick 12 before Ali Judd (61 not out) and Matt Shellum (22 not out) put on exactly 100 to help Winterbourne to a huge 300-3 off their 40 overs.

Ashford Hill’s reply got off to a poor start when opening bowler Ryan Hughes took out both openers while Toz Judd also got an early wicket making the score 27-3.

Hughes bowling straight through, picked up another wicket and finished with good figures of 8-3-14-3.

Jim Judd, making his first appearance of the season bowled well and clean bowled Clarke for a duck, while Ganesh managed to get Hutchins caught behind with a good delivery that bounced.

Toz Judd returned to take another wicket and finished with figures of 8-2-24-2 while Martyn Nokes managed to get in on the act, removing the stubborn resistance of Ridley for 62 and Wadsworth, caught by the veteran Mick Hunter for a duck.

Ashford Hill finished on 110 all out, giving Winterbourne maximum points and their seventh victory in eight games.

Attached picture - Jamie Harvey (left) and Matt Windows (right) receive their 100 caps