AFTER a disappointing derby performance against St Andrew's, Kingswood cricket got back on track by winning four of the five matches played against Hudson Park at the weekend.
Hudson opted to bat in the first team match and were skittled for 118, to which Kingswood replied with 120 for six.
Kingswood opening bowler Ani Mteto carried on his superb form with the ball as he made the initial breakthrough and finished with two for nine in seven overs.
The pace of Jason Davidson (2/34) was also a handful and Hudson were never allowed to recover as the seam bowlers kept up the pressure. Marco Lombard claimed two for 21, but it was Robert Sholto-Douglas who did the most damage, ending with four for 23.
In reply, Kingswood got off to a shaky start losing Anselm Castelyn and Marco Lombard relatively early in the innings.
Davidson (48) steadied the ship along with Drew Matthews (23) in a partnership of 67 for the third wicket, which took Kingswood to the brink of victory. Matthew Thorp (26 not out) finished the game. Kingswood won by four wickets.