South Wilts crashed out of the ECB Royal London Cup, a batting collapse the catalyst being an 80-run defeat by WEPL outfit Lansdown at Bemerton.

They took a wicket with the first ball of the Lansdown innings, but were on the back foot as Max Trotman (61) and Praneel Choughie (66) compiled a century stand.

With James Degg taking 5-20 and left-armer Archie Fairfax-Ross 3-33, Lansdown lost their last seven wickets for 18 runs and were 204 all out.

The tumble of wickets continued after tea, with South Wilts crashing to 43-6 before Tom Morton (35) and Rob Pitman (38) halted the slide.  It was too little too late as South Wilts were bowled out for 124.