MATT LENG nearly made up for his 11 wides in Westminster's second round of games in the London T20 competition on Sunday when he top-scored with 26 against Redbridge last weekend.
The only problem was there was no one else able to stay with him to try and get the 152 runs required for victory.
It ruined Westminster's decent start last week in the tournament that has a £12,000 pot awaiting the finalists at the end of August. West were all out for 97, with Shirjeel Ahmed Butt the only other batsman to get to double figures on 14.
The second game straight after was no better for Mohammed Harris's team.
The Westminster captain was caught on 13 against Hackney, and Butt's 15 was top score for a side that struggled to get to a meagre 75. It needed only 12 overs for the opposition to knock off the runs.