Only Scott Harvey (23) and Neil Patel (21) threatened to get going as they were kept in check by Saleem Karim (3 43), Liaqat Ali (3 36) and Ansar Khan (2 15).
The home team fielded a strong side, but it was an ex Kimberley man who captured the headlines. Wicketkeeper Steven Leese made 80 and skipper Neil Gregory an undefeated 71 and together they set a testing 239.
Long Eaton are deep in trouble at the bottom following another poor batting performance at Plumtree II.
James Keyward (4 44) again impressed for the losers, who probably need to win four out Under Armour Shoe Basketball of their last six games to survive.
Chasing 135 to win, the top four of Rolls all made starts, but it was again Sheriyar Aslam (48) who made the winning contribution. Rolls got home with four wickets intact despite the efforts of Connor Scott (3 45) and Bobby Banerjee (2 19).
the local derby at Kimberley.
Kimberley ended on 229 8, with Dwayne Buckley (6 42) pushing Leese hard for the man of the match.
Royce win at their Leisure after Casuals have to struggle
with the required rate and 15 off the final over proved too stiff a task.
SATURDAY may just have seen a championship defining moment in Belle Jerome Division A with a victory for leaders Rolls Royce Leisure at rivals Notts Unity Casuals.
Only Tim Taylor (26) and No.9 Ryan Cuthbert (24) managed to trouble the scorers in a miserable 108. Ed Hodgson (5 32) and Paul Kelly (2 36) caused most of the damage.
Robin Maxwell (49) was again in the runs, as was Richard Greatorex (29) but Hucknall looked rank outsiders at 136 7.
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The home side took first knock and rattled up a decent 213 with Jon Wakeling (82) top scoring. Jurgen Charlesworth (28) has made some useful contributions in the last couple of seasons, while there was 22 apiece for Kane Wilson and Peter Vladev. For Balderton, Sri Lankan Akshu Fernando (3 63) and Paul Colcomb (2 23) shared the bowling awards.
Balderton's reply centred around a brilliant 90 from left hander Dominic Wiffin but the game was touch and go with 14 required off the final two overs.
Kimberley had fifty makers of their own in the shape of Dominic Brown (56) and Carl Blake (51) and Timmie Wheatley (40) batted really well at the end.
After a delayed start and an agreed 40 overs per side, it was a fair old struggle for the home side.
Belvoir managed 185 at home to Hucknall thanks to 40 each from Paul Chadwick and Patrick Dyer and a late flurry of 35 in 22 balls from Sam Cliff. For Hucknall, Tim Buckthorpe (3 28) and Joel Wright (2 34) were the best bowlers.
Belvoir remain rooted to the bottom and once again they somehow managed to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory.
Fortunately, Balderton had the man for such an occasion in Chris Dobbie (44). The all rounder struck two sixes and a four in just five balls to leave Ellerslie in all sorts of trouble in the relegation zone.
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