A dominant Kingston Lacy continued their good form in Dorset Division Three with a resounding victory over Sturminster Marshall.
After holding on for victory against Wareham last week, Lacy skittled Sturminster out for 69 – with the impressive Dale Coghlan taking a remarkable four wickets in seven overs, giving up just seven runs, with four maidens.
Matthew Dykes also took four wickets as only openers Geraint Hughes (13) and Simon Gardner (10) reached double figures for the visitors to Pamphill.
It took Lacy just 17 overs to secure victory. The hosts recovered after losing openers Coghlan (6) and George Holt (1) – as James Stewart scored 41 to help his side to victory by six wickets.
Lacy are now in second place in the league table going into Saturday’s visit to Poole Town 3rds.