Dulwich Cricket Club returned to winning ways last weekend by picking up an eight wicket win away at Epsom.
The home side elected to bat on the day and soon lost opener Ben Hudson who was bowled by Jon Lodwick with just two on the board.
After recovering to 96/4 the home sides batting order then collapsed with the final six wickets falling with just 134 runs set as a target.
Ed Stollele led the Dulwich wicket takers with four wickets for fourteen runs, with Leon Sealy and Alexander Gledhill also picking up a brace of wickets. In reply Dulwich openers Stolle and Tom Savill put on a fine stand of 70 before Stolle fell with 42 runs to his name.
Although Ed Towner then fell for a duck Savill, who ended undefeated on 78, and William Bancroft, eleven not out, eased Dulwich past the winning post to secure 24 points for the win.