HUGO COWAN helped Three Bridges U15s maintain their unbeaten start to the league season with a thrilling win over Horsham.
Cowan scored 25 as Bridges secured a 12-run victory.
Having been knocked out of the ECB Cup the night before, Bridges got off to a fine start with Cowan and opening partner Alfie Slark producing a boundary blitz.
Brodie Chalcraft (25no) and Harry Bryant (11) steered their side to 140-6 from their 20 overs.
Horsham began brightly in reply but two wickets apiece from Archit Patel and Arran Brown, who also produced a run out, put the brakes on the visitors' chase and they eventually finished on 128-7.
Bridges: Cowan, Slark, O Brown, Chalcraft, A Brown, Russell, Bryant, Patel, Cook, Naveed, Limbachia.
MILO PRICE hit two sixes as Bridges U14s beat Crawley by 112 runs. Price was one of three batsmen to retire on 25 along with Arran Brown and James Russell as Bridges racked up a whopping 167-4 from the 20 overs. Brodie Chalcraft and Harry Bryant both weighed in with 15 apiece.
George Cave claimed an early wicket, before spinner Daniyal Naveed registered 2-10 to put Bridges in control.
Tom Fox and Matthew Lees both batted well for Crawley but further wickets from Chalcraft and Adam Sowton left them on 55-7 at the end.
Bridges: Price, Brown, Chalcraft, Russell, Delaney, Sowton, Naveed, Pollard, Bryant, Cave, Patel.
THREE BRIDGES U13s remain top of their division after their 74-run win over Ansty.
Joe Walker hit a quickfire 25 at the top of the order, while Adam Sowton scored 28 and Arran Brown 14.
George Cave then took the total to 127-3 with some impressive hitting at the death.
James Haddon and John Cave made early inroads into the Ansty top order, while Brown, keeping wicket, took a sharp chance of James Russell's off spin. Harry Bryant bagged two wickets late on, with George Cook also claiming a victim as Ansty were left on 53-8.
Bridges: Walker, Sowton, Brown, Pollard, G Cave, Stewart, Russell, Cook, Bryant, Haddon, J Cave.