Priory won the toss and elected to field. Selsey’s batswomen were strong throughout the order (G Halford 19, M Ackhurst 18, E Bain 21, P Baker 21no) and set a target of 100 for Priory to chase.
Emma Bain opened the bowling for Selsey with a maiden for the second consecutive week, also taking a wicket.
Captain Gemma Halford led from the front, taking three wickets for only five runs. Lucy Crawley bowled well, also taking a wicket, and ran out Priory captain D Peake with an accurate throw from the field.
Pamela Baker caught a long throw from Halford to run out another Chichester batter.
It was a commanding performance from Selsey, who bowled out Priory Park in the seventh over for only 12.
Selsey players voted Priory youngster R Briggs their player of the match after excellent bowling and a confident display behind the stumps.
SELSEY: Gemma Halford (Capt), Pamela Bake (Wk), Lucy Cawley, Michelle Ackhurst, Emma Bain, Charlotte Vincent-Skinner, Georgia Selby, Rebecca Vincent.
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