Hosts of the Health International and Bon Marche sponsored Ram Slam T20 tourney, St John’s College edged Churchill in one of the opening games of Day Two.The Rams’ bowling attack did well to deny Churchill a chance to settle and get hold of the game. Brian Mudzinganyama put in a brave stand but kept on losing partners on the other end. It all turned doom and gloom for Churchill when Mudzinganyama was caught on the boundary by Michael Rossi off a Gary King bouncer. The hosts eventually won by 24 runs.In the other opener, Hilton put in all round performance to deny Peterhouse their first win of the tourney while registering theirs. Peterhouse were restricted to 112 runs in their innings and Hilton earned a bonus point by chasing that down in 12 overs with nine wickets in hand. Hilton’s Jarryn Edy hit seven fours and one six, powering his team to a good opening win and setting himself up for a go at the batsman of the tournament award.Hilton’s mantle will be put to the test as they have three consecutive games with the last one being against St John’s College on the main field at 14:10.