BURNHAM are still looking for a first away win in Division Two this season following their nine-wicket defeat at Harefield on Saturday.

Burnham won the toss and chose the bat first, the visitors reaching 119 runs all out from 4.2 overs.

Opening batsman Nehman Nadeem top-scored with 33 runs from 48 balls, with three boundaries and one maximum hit.

Obaid Sarwar, batting at number six, made 20, Syed Bukhari 15 and Adnan Malik 14.

Matthew Ogden was the pick of the Harefield bowlers with his figures of 3-16 from 10 overs, which included the wickets of Sarwar and Malik.

Lee Tyrrell took the wicket of captain Rizwan Nadeem for a golden duck in his 3-21 from 5.2 overs, while Jordan McLeod claimed 2-15 from five overs.

Harefield lost opening batsman Thomas McLeod for a golden duck, caught by Hamza Afzaal off the bowling of Muhammad Haroon (1-23 from four overs), as their response got off to the worst possible start.

The home side however reached 121-1 from 28 overs to claim a fourth win from five matches this season and move into the two promotion spots in the league table.

Opening batsman Daniel Ogden carried his bat through for an unbeaten 62 runs from 90 balls, with five boundaries,while number three Matthew Ogden hit seven boundaries in his 52 from 77 balls.

The defeat means Burnham have dropped to fourth position in the league table ahead of a visit to The Memorial Ground from county rivals Amersham this Saturday (11.30am).

Cookham Dean returned to winning form following their 78-run victory at bottom side and winless Dinton.

The home side won the toss and elected to first first at Oxford Road, with Cookham reaching 118 runs all out from 35.1 overs.

Opening batsman Ben Millar (15) and Sohil Mangat (29) put on 61 runs for the first wicket, but they were the only batsman to reach double figures in the innings.

Annis Mehrban was the best of the Dinton bowlers with his figures of 7-25 from 10 overs, which included the wickets of Millar, Mangat and Yasir Qureshi for a duck.

Muhaib Ur-Rehman claimed the wickets of both Tom Fray and Scott Harris for zero in his 2-21 from 10 overs.

Dinton were skittled for just 40 runs from 12.4 overs in response to suffer a fifth straight defeat at the start to the new season.

Number seven Jawad Ali (13) and captain Kelvin Burrows (12), batting at number four, were the only batsman to reach double figures.

Wasim Ahmed led the Cookham bowling attack with his figures of 7-19 from 6.4 overs, which included four batsman who failed to trouble the scorers.

It is the first time this season he has taken a five-wicket-haul and takes his average to 11.60.

Cookham Dean return to Ricketts Field for the visit of Harefield this Saturday (11.30am).