Indians' hopes of staying up are looking slim

Luton Town and Indians are now 100 points from safety in the Saracens Herts League Premier Division after a 73-run defeat by Letchworth Garden City on Saturday.

Thursday, 29th June 2017, 11:39 am
Updated Tuesday, 18th July 2017, 8:31 am
Action from Luton Town & Indians' defeat to Flitwick on Sunday
Action from Luton Town & Indians' defeat to Flitwick on Sunday

Waqar Arif took 3-54 whilst former England spinner Monty Panesar and Prayag Katechia shared four wickets as Luton restricted Letchworth to 194-9 from 60 overs.

However, they then collapsed to 121 all out from 72-1 inside 38 overs despite Suleiman Mohammed’s top score of 38.

The IIs were too strong for Baldock as after making 196, dismissed their opponents for 157 to win by 39 runs.

Indians add another to their total against Flitwick

The IIIs are now just 13 points from safety in Division Five B as they enjoyed a six wicket win over Kings Langley.

Indians’ bowlers were on song, as Langley fell to 153 all out, while Tayab Alam guided Luton home with an unbeaten 92, Mushtaq Dalvi finishing 24 not out.

The IVs were no match for Ware as they were shot out for 111, their opponents making 112-3.

Luton Town & Indians Sunday team were convincingly beaten Flitwick, going down to a nine wicket loss.

Indians add another to their total against Flitwick

Jessen Patel (43) top scored for Luton as they were bowled out for 161, Gurpreet Singh adding 24.

Haroon Afridi took Luton’s only wicket as Flitwick reached 164-1 with nine overs to spare.

The IIs beat Lutonian IIs by five wickets they successfully overhauled their opponents’ 129, reaching 130-5.

The IIIs were bowled out for just 34 by Bedford as Ismaeel Naeem was the only batsman in double figures before Bedford reached 38-1 in just four overs.

The Sunday IVs conceded their game.