Published: 00:00, 16 June 2014
| Updated: 09:26, 16 June 2014
Champions Hartley ended a three-game losing streak after winning the Shepherd Neame Kent Cricket League Premier Division clash against Beckenham by seven-wickets on Saturday.
Dan Redwood (3-39) and Jack Laraman (3-58) shared the bowling honours as Beckenham were bowled out for 188.
Openers James Hockey (74) and Dan Stickels (48) shared a 127-run partnership as Hartley replied with 192-3 in the 33rd over.
Blackheath stay three points clear at the top after beating Canterbury by 13-runs.
Tanweer Sikandar top scored with 94 as Blackheath posted 291-9 despite Charlie Hartley’s 6-76.
Simon Smith and Stuart Drakeley both made 54 in the run-chase as Canterbury were dismissed for 278 with 13 balls remaining.
Sevenoaks Vine opener John Bowden scored 106 as his side beat Lordswood by 70 runs in a game reduced to 70 overs.
All-rounder Luke Blackaby chipped in with 60 as second-placed Sevenoaks posted 228-4.
Blackaby then starred with the ball, taking 4-36 as Lordswood were all-out for 158.
Aussie Marnus Labuschange hit an unbeaten 61 as Sandwich registered a nine-wicket win at Bickley Park after chasing down 140 all-out
Liam Evans (5-30) and Kent paceman Matthew Hunn (3-35) did the damage for Sandwich.
Third-placed Bromley beat Bexley by 86-runs.
Richard Selvey-Clinton made 84 not out as Bromley scored 227-5.
Bexley were 52-6 at one stage before finally being dismissed for 141 with Nathan Hill finishing with 5-60.
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