Braunton batted first and were denied maximum batting points when they were bowled out for 197. Kilmington had Braunton reeling at 89 for eight after a going over from new boys Matt Pile and Ollie Reed. Jon Baglows 26 at the top had been as good as it got for Braunton up to then. Ninth-wicket pair Mark Mitchell (42) and skipper Dan Brierley stopped the rot with a stand of 51. Then last man Mark Johnson hung around for two at one end while Brietly made it 44 not out at the other in a final stand of 57. Pile took the bowling honours with figures of 4-20 and there was a combined haul of five wickets for the two former Ottery St Mary men with Read taking 3-34 and Rob Crabbe, 2-35. The Kilmington run chase was led Crabbe who marked a fine all-round league debut for his new club with a half century. His offering of 54 was almost half the Kilmington total though as they were bundled out for 116. Martin Smith took three Kilmington wickets for 26 runs. Left-armer Baglow rolled out the rest on his way to five for 12.