The Under 11's played T20 games with Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Huntingdonshire.
In the game with Oxfordshire, Berkshire reached 115 for 6 with opener Isobel Carson top scoring with 32 she was well supported by Amelia Wilson 12 in an opening partnership of 59. In response Oxon were restricted to 77 with the loss of 9 wickets. Isobel Carson taking 3 for 3 from a single over. There were also wickets for Lottie Gudge, Sophie Jordon and Poppy Evans.
In the game with Buckinghamshire who batted first set Berkshire 97 to win. Opener Katie Webster scoring 53 not out. Against a good bowling attack, Berkshire were restricted to 59 with the loss of 6 wickets. Eliza Stone top scoring with 19.
In their first meeting with Huntingdonshire, Berkshire Captain Nicola Lee top scored with 56 her highest score for the County which enabled the team to reach 124 off their 20 overs with the loss of 4 wickets. In response Huntingdonshire were restricted to 75 for 5 from their allocated overs. Lottie Gudge the pick of the bowling attack taking 2 for 10.
The final day consisted of a T8 tournament with each County playing each other.
The opening game with Buckinghamshire proved an exciting encounter resulting in a tie. Bucks batting first recording 45 with the loss of 3 wickets from their 8 overs. Excellent bowling from the County bowlers resulted in only 5 extras conceded. Nicola Lee 2 for 11 the pick of the bowlers.
In response, opening partnershop of 23 between Nicola Lee 12 and Isobel Carson 14 not out set the run chase which went to the final over requiring 3 to win however a good last over from Buckinghamshire restricted Berkshire to only 2 runs which resulted in a tie.
There was a further win over Huntingdonshire who were set 40 to win thanks to an unbeaten 16 from Poppy Evans, however Hunts were restricted to 35. Wickets for Lottie Gudge and Nicola Lee.
The final game ended in defeat to Oxfordshire who were set 40 to win reached their target with one over to spare. Isobel Carson top scored with 12 who also recorded 2 for 5 with the ball.