Hatherleigh, first-day winners over North Devon, were bowled out for 99 with more than eight of their 50 overs to go. Losing opener Gareth Tidball in the first over to Malcolm Cloete (2-16) did Hatherleigh no favours and Zipo Zondo went soon after to Jamie Drew in a running total of four for two. Rob Fishleigh (15) and Rob Cockwill (16) rebuilt after a fashion, taking Hatherleigh to 44 for three. Then Hatherleighs problems really started. Four wickets fell for five runs added as Jack Menheneott and Matt Hodson (2-17) got stuck in. At 49 for seven Hatherleighs Charlie Nielson (18) was joined by Shebbear College student Imraan Philander (20) for a stand of 30 that staved off total collapse. Cloete broke the stand by dismissing Nielson, then Menheneott spun through the rest to finish with figures of five for 17. Heathcoat made a bright start as Toby Lochead (25) and Reid Mawdsley (15) made a 44-run dent in the deficit. Then it was Heathcoats turn for the lower order to vanish as Dan Fogerty got stuck into them. Fogerty took four wickets for six runs added as Heathcoat slumped to 50 for four and Hatherleigh were back in the game. Skipper Pete Randerson (19no) and Dylan Penberthy (19) got Heathcoat off the hook and by the time Fogerty (5-40) dismissed Penberthy it was virtually a foregone conclusion. Hatherleigh captain Mark Lake said he hoped a valuable lesson had been learned by his side. We were very poor with the bat, said Lake. Hopefully its a one off but we cant bat like that again. We bowled well but trying to defend a hundred is near-on impossible. We were on a decent track so we cant blame that. We move on to Exmouth next and forget this week.