The final day of the under-15 country week will have a bit of local flavour to it.
Horsham Red and Horsham Blue will meet for a Twenty20 fixture at Dudley Cornell Park on Friday morning.
Horsham Blue enters the match in hot form, having recorded its second in successive days against South West on Thursday.
The hosts performed solidly with the bat, before running riot with the ball to secure a 158-run win.
Connor Weidemann again started admirably at the top, picking up a cool 26 runs.
His knock set a solid platform for the middle-order, which Caleb Hurley gratefully accepted.
The Dunmunkle Renegades youngster scored a classy half-century, smoking seven boundaries on his way to 55.
Handy lower-order runs from Logan Millar (38*) and Jackson Hoffman (26) steered the hosts to 6-199 at the end of their innings.
Millar continued his superb form with the ball, picking up a wicket with his first ball of the match. The left-hander backed up his 6-10 on Wednesday with the impressive figures of 4-7 off five overs.
At 5-30 it was going to take a lot for South West to recover.
Jackson Hoffman didn't give the visitors a chance, snaring 3-1 off four overs to end the game.
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At Dudley Cornell, Horsham Red improved with the bat to post 97 off its alloted overs.
Wilson Mitchell top scored with 32, while Jeremy Kemp also impressed with 28.
Tadhg McGrath (2-13) was Horsham's best with the ball, and was aptly supported by Cody Keddie (1-17), but the hosts were unable to wrangle in a free-flowing Portland lineup.