Invited to bat first Quatt got off to a positive start with a number of boundaries in the early overs and a big total looked on the cards. This proved not to be the case as excellent fielding and catching resulted in Quatt being bowled out in just 32 overs for 166.All bowlers contributed with Simon Dean , Mark Smart and Alex Carter each taking 2 wickets apiece. Highlights in the field was a stunning caught and bowled by Simon Dean and a test standard slip catch by Tim Turner who also ran out the dangerous Josh Shrimpton with a direct hit from Mid On. For Quatt Philip Hulland 45, Josh Shrimpton 37 and Willie Beards 32 all batted well.
Cae Glas in reply were equally positive in reply with a stand of 70 for the first wicket , Nigel Evans 21, and 50 for the second wicket with Nick Chesters 15. Tim Turner continued his fine match with a maiden century as he scored exactly 100 not out with a series of glorious drives through the off side as Cae Glas won with overs to spare. Skipper Liam Preece, who sportingly ran from the boundary to congratulate Tim on his century, taking 2-46 for Quatt.