DINTON cruised to victory in the Salisbury Wednesday Evening League Cup at South Wilts last week, with a 60-run win over Rockbourne.

Dinton hit 139-9, as James Haggerty top scoring with 50 not out and Simon Beetham returning the best figures with 4-17.

Rockbourne were unfortunately never in the hunt losing a wicket to a run out from the first ball.

They had no answer to spinner Lawrence Hannaford 2-12 And Haggerty 2-7 as they were bowled out for 79

In the plate final Winterbourne scored 189 and reduced FOSS to 89.

Following the games, the league winners were presented with their trophies South Wilts winning league one and Shrewton league two.

Any club looking to enter the league next season can contact league Chairman via email on dintoncc@talktalk.net or tweat the league @SalisburyT20

Meanwhile last Saturday, Dinton's game at Andover IV, ended with no result due to rain.

On a pitch with more than a tinge of green on it. So when he won the toss Dinton’s skipper Rich Cridge decided to bowl.

The visitor did not make best use of the new ball, but a quick change of bowling saw Rich Pearce (4-21) and Rob Middlecote (2-14) both put in a good shift.

Middlecote in particular put in his best spell of the year full of control not allowing the Andover batsman room to score runs.

The home side middle order took their team past the 100 mark.

Their cause helped by some sloppy Dinton fielding seven catches were dropped in total.

Some we very difficult other not quite so.

Andover finished their 40 over on a very commendable 168-9.

The last three overs of the first innings were blighted by rain. The sensible decision was taken to play through and see what happened after tea.

As is the nature of an English summer it didn’t rain at tea, but restarted shortly after the resumption of play.

The players did their best to play through it hoping it would blow over.

The visitor’s innings ebbed and flowed 21 being add for the 1st wicket.

But with the score on 45 Andover struck back Thura (3-25) taking two wickets in two balls.

Just as Andover looking like getting in top Andy Nuttall (18) in partnership with Cridge steadied the ship Thura took his third wicket off the final ball of his spell.

With the game evenly posed with league leaders Dinton on 88-4, Cridge 15 not out and Simon Rawlins 11 not out the rain started to get to harder and the players were forced from the field never to return.

Dinton maintained their 100 per cent record with two games to go they host IBM Hursley IIIs on Saturday but again with Winterbourne winning their can be no complacency.