The Women made the journey to Polo Farm at Canterbury for 2 T20 matches.
The first saw Canterbury batting first and setting Hayes a total of 92 thanks to some tight bowling by Lottie Bryan (3-0-10-0), Tansi Price (4-0-15-1), Isabel Steet (4-0-12-1).
However the Hayes batting wasn't upto the bowling and crashed to 35 all out within 14 overs - sadly no-one getting into double figures.
In the second game, Canterbury amassed a challenging 127-2.
Tight bowling from Tansi and wickets for Lottie and Gemma Murray being the highlights of the Hayes bowling.
In reply the batting did fire and Tansi with 34, Phoebe Wilkinson 18, and Lottie 28* made sure Hayes got close but ultimately succumbed to a second defeat, scoring 105-4 in their innings. A better reply from a very young Women's side and well done to Mike Askew for getting a side arranged - we remain hampered by call-ups to the Kent side.
The Legends made the short journey to Wickham Park and batted first.
Rory Low (48), Liam Buttery (52) and Danny Carroll (22*) being the pick of the batting as Hayes posted 164-8.
2 wickets a piece for Sam Millard and Alex Pillar couldn't hold back the Ovalites reply and they got home for the loss of 4 wickets in the penultimate over.
A rare defeat for the Sunday Legends!