BASINGSTOKE and North Hants seconds made it two wins on the trot, after they cruised to a 99-run victory at Langley Manor.

However, things did not start well for the Bountymen, as they slid to 39-3, despite Chris Jolley's 25 from 17 balls which included one six and two fours.

The rest of the top order failed to fire and it was left to Josh Weir (20) and top scorer Greg Donaldson (34) batting at six and seven to get the innings into three figures.

Donaldson's excellent knock of 31 balls, saw him hit the boundary rope twice and clear it twice.

Matt Thankachan then weighted in with a useful 17 not out, as Basingstoke were bowled out for 145, as Elliot Pointing 3-9 and Jack Budd 3-27 were the chief wicket takers.

The home side's reply were soon in trouble, as Chris Chandler (3-18) removed opener Jack Budd with nine scored.

Chris Jolley (3-31) then had Langley's top scorer Conor Browne trapped leg before for 24.

Jolley struck again to bowl Steve Harris leaving the home side on 40-4 and six runs later they were all out.

This was thanks once again to spin king Keith Harris with amazing figures of 2.2-1-1-4.

This coming Saturday, the seconds are at home to Paultons.