Brigands opened up with Bath and Turner who both scored 28; runs were hard to come by in the middle of the Innings with Northwood patiently accumulating 45 and Woolvine hitting 15. Henderson came in at the end with a quick 38 enabling a declaration at 183 for 8 off 40 overs.
The second innings, it turned out, was all about the opening partnership. At 80-0 Brighton and Hove were well on top having bested the Brigands pace attack. The spinners came on and 15 overs later Bath (2 wickets) and Beardall (3 wickets) it was game over.
Lumby and Ladenburg cleaned up the tail with 5 wickets between them and Brighton and Hove had lost their 10 wickets for just 37 runs.