By Dick Belcher
Dead Rubber As Places Already Maintained
Es defeated in season finale
67 runs for Chris Douglas and 3 wickets apiece for Douglas and John Vaughan-Davies, but Ashtead couldn't chase down Wimbledon's score.
Ashtead beat already relegate Old Whit's to finish 3rd for the season
Wimbledon were runaway 188-run victors in Ashtead's final game of 2018.
By Ali Raja (part 1) and Dick Belcher (part 2)
Tame fielding performance after young batters graft to 184
Veteran and rookie take four each then McGuinness hits 50
Win seals Div 1 status for 2019
Victory Secures Surrey Championship Cricket for Another Season
An understrength Epsom side battled hard but ultimately came off second best against champions Chertsey.
Ashtead secured third place in the 2018 Championship Premier Division with a strong 6-wicket win at Banstead
The 3s secured a win over Weybridge on a challenging wicket for all
Bunyan fifty seals win after Haughton and Lodge take three each
By Simon Morris
Mark Fenton and Jonny Powell the only resistance
A heavy loss see's Ashtead also lose 2nd place in the league
Ashtead win by 101 runs as they finish their 2018 home games at the Lane
By Will Irving
The double completed over Wimbledon with hard fought win
Ashtead claim another victory as they beat Cranleigh by 4 runs using the DLS Method.
Jonny Powell with 5-13 and Garry Foreman 49* seal 20 points
Bhat tons up and Flanders takes 5-6 in one-sided drubbing
96 not out for David White as Ashtead defeat Sunbury by 9 wickets
By James Brickley
Stoic resistance from the V’s lower order maintains unbeaten run
Tight bowling, Rikky's first senior 50 and Vinay's finishing seal victory against strong Wimbledon team
304-7 plays 304-9. 5th draw of the year for the Stags
By Rory Haughton
4-12 from 14 overs including 10 maidens takes him to 235 3s Prem wickets. Not bad
Excellent all round performance secures important win
A welcome win and an early finish as the 2s claim 24 points
Butterfly effect sees Epsom clinch winning draw
Ashtead defeated Sutton by 4 wickets to claim the spoils at Woodfield Lane
Llamas recover from 87-7 to defend 170
First Vandalic Victory Since May Gives them Hope
Ashtead claimed the winning draw, as they fell 8 runs short of a stiff target of 301
Llamas slide to 113 defeat
A great team performance secured the 123 run win
Ashtead ran out victors by 34 runs in a tight game at East Molesey
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