Reed moved back into the Herts Cricket League Championship play-off place as their bowling attack blew away a struggling Old Owens side on Saturday in a seven-wicket win.
Reed cruised to a seven-wicket win over Ampthill Town, thanks to a brilliant performance from their bowling attack, to keep pace at the top of the Herts Cricket Championship.
Reed returned to winning ways as they beat Dunstable by seven wickets in the Herts Cricket League Championship, thanks to Edward Wharton's impressive knock of 94 from just 83 balls.
Reed lost ground at the top of the Herts Cricket League Championship as they suffered a 32 run defeat - first defeat of the season - at the hands of Shenley Village.
Reed continued their unbeaten run at the top of Herts Cricket League Championship with a comfortable 50-run at Flitwick.