Roffey captain Matt Davies was pleased to extend their lead at the top following their 18-run home win over Three Bridges in a special T20 Premier Division game on Saturday.
The Boars, put in by Bridges, were fired to 143-6 off their allotted overs thanks to Rohit Jagota’s quickfire 77 off 54 balls.
James Pearce then returned fine figures of 3-8 to help Roffey bowl the visitors out for 125 in 19.4 overs.
The Boars’ victory coupled with second-placed Brighton & Hove’s defeat at bottom-club Mayfield means Roffey have opened up a 39 point gap at the division’s summit.
Davies said: “It was a pleasing win mainly because we managed to extend our lead at the top of the table.
“Rohit is a class player and will always score runs. It is no surprise that he has had such a big influence with the bat in recent weeks.
“Pearcey led from the front with three crucial wickets. Everyone was really pleased for him coming off the back of an injury.”
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Boars opener Ben Manenti (ten off nine) set about at a swift pace but saw his wicket fall to Bridges skipper Matt Blandford (2-31) with the score at 11-1.
Jibran Khan (nine) and Mike Norris (ten off nine) also began scoring at high-speed but, like Manenti, saw their wickets tumble before they could start going through the gears.
The loss of wicketkeeper Paul Harrison had Roffey struggling at 69-4, leading captain Davies (20*) to the crease.
Together with Jagota the pair crashed 50 runs in 20 minutes and 38 balls, eventually combining to hit 57 at five before Jagota went to Conor Golding (1-18).
Theo Rivers (six off four) was the last Boars wicket to fall as the hosts saw out their 20 overs.
A deadly opening spell from dangerman Pearce saw Bridges’ reply falter from the start. Regan Derham (duck), Sam Cooper (two) were all snagged by Pearce with the score at 11-2 before Jagota (1-33) claimed Conor Golding (duck) 11-runs later.
David Winn (33 off 19) was proving to be a thorn in Roffey’s side but Pearce struck with a timely lbw to end Winn’s entertaining knock.
Luke Barnard (2-21) and George Fleming (1-21) then ripped through the middle-order as Bridges dropped from 39-4 to 73-8.
Tailenders Oliver (20 off 18) and Matt Blandford (12 off eight) and Archit Patel (18* off 14) offered resistance but Manenti (1-8) and Alex Collins (1-22) polished off the lower-order.
The Boars travel to East Grinstead on Saturday.