RADLETT’S poor run of form extended to a third straight defeat as they went down to a nine-wicket loss against Totteridge Millhillians on Saturday.

The defeat always looked to be on the cards as an off colour Radlett only managed to score 128 run before being skittled out in the 43rd over of their effort with the bat.

Three of their number were sent back to the shed without scoring, while three more mustered a solitary run and another added just five.

Such was the lack of staying power in the Radlett ranks, a score of sub 100 could easily have been on the cards and they owed much to the individual efforts of Kabir Toor.

It is not the first time this season Toor has led from the front and he comfortably top scored for Radlett with 64 before being caught.

Matthew Rose was the only other Radlett man who could claim to have battled back against the rapidly advancing Totteridge tied and finished the day with 20 to his name.

With a meagre total to defend, Radlett were always going to find it tough in the field and needed to be as economic as possible to come away with anything.

Such ambitions were soon put to bed by a commanding display with the bat from Totteridge, which ensured they lost just a solitary wicket en route to the win.

Anthony Hill was the only man to get any reward for his efforts with the ball and finished with figures of 1-36 in a loss Radlett will be eager to put behind them as swiftly as possible.

The defeat leaves Radlett sixth in the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League Premier Division after playing seven games this season.

They will look to return to winning ways when they take on Harpenden away from home on tomorrow.

With Harps sitting second bottom of the table, Radlett will have every hope of doing just that and picking up their first win since the end of May.