Kabir Toor continued his fine form as he impressed with both bat and ball to guide Radlett to a five-wicket victory over Potters Bar on Saturday.

Bar batted first and would have been reasonably pleased with posting a total of 230 before being bowled out by the Radlett attack.

They would likely have had an even greater total to defend had it not been for the excellence of Abdul Mulla with ball in hand. he finished the day with 5-38 from his 7.5 overs and was the pick of the Radlett bowlers.

Toor ably supported him on his way to 3-31 while their was also a wicket for Adil Zareef who finished the day with figures of 1-45.

Radlett's league form has seen them win all of the games that have avoided being abandoned due to adverse weather conditions and once again showed their quality with the bat.

They were given the basis for their chase by Will Wright, who recovered well from the loss of fellow opener Fraser Crawford for seven to post 35 before being trapped LBW.

It would be Toor who stole the show with the bat, however, and couldn't be dislodged for a well-constructed 76.

His knock helped chip away a large chunk of the Potters Bar total, but it would be remiss to suggest the Radlett chase was a one man effort.

Zareef also made a vital contribution with willow in hand as he made 61 before being caught.

All in all, the duos' displays went a long way to making sure Radlett reached their target with 3.2 overs to spare.

Victory keeps Radlett's hopes of claiming the Herts League Premier Division well on track and they sit top of the table - tied on 90 points with second-placed West Herts.

The two side's current league standings adds greater importance to their meeting tomorrow as first plays second.

Radlett will have to overcome their title rivals on their own patch if they are to record a portentially vital win.