The Folks’s Park aspect had no reply to the all-round abilities of their opponents who now take their place within the high Scottish league.
Stand-in captain Ewan Davidson in his first sport in command of the Japanese Premier aspect since Jamie King injured a hip, acknowledged his aspect had endured an off day, however vowed to be taught from the 9 wicket defeat by which his group had been bowled out for 109.
Stoneywood Dyce’s outstanding run of kind within the Japanese Premier which had taken them to the highest of the league six weeks into the season got here to an abrupt finish in opposition to RH Corstorphine in Edinburgh.
He mentioned: “For the primary time this season none of our batsmen put their hand up and went on to make a match-winning rating.
“In equity Jan Stander and Jack Lambley loved knocks of 35 and 38 however 109 was by no means going to be a ok in opposition to a aspect of the calibre of Corstorphine however there’s no level dwelling on the day.
“We now want to maneuver on and put together for the go to of leaders Heriots subsequent week.
“They’re a category act however we’ll be prepared for them.
“Hopefully we can have Garreth Wolmarrans and Lennard Bester again for this problem.”
After dropping the toss and being requested to bat, the guests appeared to be heading for an inexpensive whole at 63 for the lack of solely the wicket of opener George Ninan, however the lack of three fast wickets left them precariously positioned particularly once they misplaced a decided Stander.
Regardless of a valiant innings of 38 from teenager Lambley, the Aberdeen slid to their lowest whole of the season, primarily because of the high quality bowling of Caleb Whitefoord who was nigh on unplayable, ending the afternoon with the spectacular figures of six for 32 from 9 overs.
Confronted with such a small goal RH Corstorphine cruised to victory, led by Liam Naylor who plundered 72 not out from 36 balls.
The one success loved by the guests, fell to the dependable Jon Grant who bowled opener Brandon James for 3.
But when Stoneywood Dyce had an off day, it was an equally dangerous day for north-east groups within the NE Championship.
Aberdeenshire misplaced their unbeaten document at Forfarshire failing to seek out the 217 set by the hosts, falling 44 runs wanting the goal.
Gordonians had been comprehensively overwhelmed by eight wickets at Meigle, the brand new league leaders, and 2nd Stoneywood Dyce had been thrashed by 219 runs at Freuchie.