Dulwich 1st XI maintained a sniff of Division 2 promotion with their third victory on the trot as they travelled to Chessington on Saturday. Henry Hazlewood hit 63 as Dulwich recovered from 56-4 to post 196-8 in their 50 overs. After last week's maiden 50, Rich King recorded a first 5-for for the 1st XI – taking 6-29 as the hosts we removed for 145. Alex Gledhill's men are fifth, but a tight top half sees them just a win behind second placed Epsom whom they face on Saturday. A full report is here.
The 2nd XI are well on course for silverware this season – they beat second placed Cranleigh by 40 runs to move within a win of the Division 2 title. Stuart Ferguson (76*) and AJ Patanker (69*) combined to set up a score of 225-4 in 50 overs which Cranleigh were unable to pass. The Prince of Dulwich reviews the action here.
An exciting tie harmed the 3rd XI's chances of pushing for the Premier League title. Visitors Reigate Priory set 177 for victory (Ben Swanson 10-1-32-4) but a final ball single wasn't enough for Dulwich to triumph, with nine wickets down. A full report of a game that swayed one way and then the other is here.
The 4th XI remain 20 points clear, with three to play, at the top of the Premier Division after thumping their Reigate counterparts by 8 wickets. Guy Woodgate continued his excellent season with 68 not out to steering the successful chase of 142. A full report is here.
Elsewhere, the 5th XI's struggles continue with defeat to Old Wilsonians. Zeeshan Chaudhry hit 69 but Dulwich fell 5 runs short of victory chasing 169. And the 6th XI suffered a 7 wicket reversal at Dartford – Rhys Williams making an excellent 95 in the loss. A full report is here.
On Sunday Kira Chathli's star continues to rise – she made a career best unbeaten 154 from 143 balls, carrying her bat to set up the Women's 262-7 in 40 overs at Reigate Priory. A magnificent win was registered by 14 runs after a solid bowling and fielding display in the team's final fixture of the season. The Academy are through to the semi-final of the Surrey Trust league after they beat Old Whitgiftians by 7 wickets – Chris Stone making 54. And the Development XI recorded another win in their fixture with Broadway. Harry Chathli made 67 and newcomer Chris Marshall 64 in a 2 wicket win chasing 179.
A full round-up of results is available here, with scorecards and table on play-cricket.