A dominant bowling performance from St Albans proved decisive as they eased to a four-wicket win over Holtwhites Trinibis on Saturday.

Once again St Albans won the toss and elected to bowl - a tactic which has produced two wins on the spin and once again proved a wise choice.

Their bowling attack would be met by limited resistance from the Trinibis order on an uneven pitch which offered little encouragement for the batsman.

St Albans were quick to make the most of the conditions and had the whole of the Trinibis order back in the shed after just 14 overs.

Dan Foster set the tone for the Saints as he claimed 4-29 from his nine overs.

His efforts were well backed up by a bowling attack which was firing across the board and all five of St Albans' bowlers were rewarded with wickets.

Max Capaldi made the most of his three overs as he picked up 2-6 and bowled one maiden, while Jamie Regan also collected a pair of scalps and finished with 2-25.

There was also a wicket apiece for Simon White (1-9) and Jacob Winfield (1-30) as Trinibis were dismissed for a paltry 101.

Despite the small target, St Albans' chase was far from straightforward and only three of their number made it beyond 20.

They were given a strong starting point by Adam Hounslow as the opener top scored with 33.

However, a succession of quick wickets gave the hosts a sniff of a shock until Capaldi and Tom Wyldes came to the crease.

The pair were both unbeaten as they scored 21 and 22 respectively to guide St Albans to a third straight win with 28.2 overs on the board.

The win keeps St Albans' strong run of form going and they will look to build on it once more when they face Preston Firsts away from home in their next game.