OISIN Devlin-Cook produced one of the bowling displays of the day to help Hanham battle back for a fine 55-run home victory over Winterbourne 2nds in Division One of the Martin Berrill Bristol & District League.
The visitors were in good shape at 71-1 chasing 201 for the spoils but folded to 145 all out as Jos Hughes (3-34 from seven) and Devlin-Cook (6-20 from nine) made inroads, opener Owen Lingard (65) top scoring for Winterbourne.
Earlier, Tom Bradfield (56) and opener Ross Robbins (35) were amongst the runs for Hanham as Nick Crane captured 3-20 from his nine.
Old Bristolians Westbury and Keynsham 2nds both made it three from three in the Senior Division with victories over Shirehampton and Clevedon 2nds, respectively.
Tayyab Riaz captured 5-30 to help set up Bristol YMCA’s eight-wicket win at Coalpit Heath who were dismissed for only 81.
Whitchurch are the only remaining unbeaten side in Division One after completing a five-wicket home victory over Downend 2nds.
Bristol Pakistanis suffered a first reverse when they went down by seven wickets away to Bedminster 2nds, Nick Pepper hammering 93.
Pakistani Express forged clear at the top of Division Three with an 86-run victory at previously unbeaten Backwell Flax Bourton, Sohail Ahmad (62) making his mark with the bat before capturing 3-17 from nine.
Skipper Simon Bachelor’s 56 helped Failand & Portbury total 226-6 away to Bristol West Indian Phoenix 2nds before Matt Asquith took 6-53 to complete a 42-run victory.
In Division Four, Ian Nairn was unbeaten on 96 as high-flying Twyford House 2nds eased in by nine wickets away to Bristol 3rds who were dismissed for 140.
Openers Alfie Jaques (120) and Simon Roche (81) shared a stand of 218 for Bedminster 3rds who defeated Claverham 2nds by 223 runs, Ed Duckworth (4-27) and Adam Mawer (3-2) also starring.
Opener Nuwan Dharamsiri hit 59 for Bristol Lions who trumped Chew Magna 2nds by 88 runs in Division Five, Buddika Jayawardana following up with a return of 3-23.
And Shehan Somaratna captured 4-12 for Bristol Sri Lankans who overcame United Banks by 157 runs, Vipul Sharma (62) the only visiting batsman to reach double figures.