Matthew Cragoe reports
A career-first hat-trick from Washington paceman Luke Mitchell was not enough to bring his side a much sought-after victory against Barnes on Sunday. Mitchell's 4-16 off 7 overs played a crucial part in restricting Barnes to a relatively modest 161 all out - a total which would have been considerably smaller without 108 from Zef. Dan Synge (3-23) helped mop up the tail.
Washington's tea-time optimism, however, was quickly blown away as they were hustled out for just 67 in 16.3 overs. Tony Harris, making his first appearance of the season, top-scored with 11; Mike Egan (10) and the un-keep-downable Mitchell (9) were the only batsmen to find their feet.