DORCHESTER will be wary of a wounded Wimborne tomorrow (2.30pm) as the two sides meet for the second time in eight days.

The county town outfit recorded a 28-10 victory at Coburg Road in last Saturday’s Southern Counties South encounter.

And the Dorset rivals go toe-to-toe once more tomorrow in the first round of the Dorset & Wilts Cup – but with Leigh Park the venue on this occasion.

The winner of the tie will play host to Trowbridge in the last eight of the competition.

Fresh from their 29-0 triumph over Oakmeadians Seconds, Bridport will look to record back-to-back wins in Dorset & Wilts One South when they entertain Warminster tomorrow (3pm).

Captain Ricky Stubbs, whose opponents have so far suffered successive defeats, said: “It will be another good test for us but hopefully we have got a bit of momentum going now.”

South West One East basement boys Swanage & Wareham travel to Reading with the aim of ending a run of three matches without a win (3pm).

Weymouth and Puddle-town are both without a fixture this weekend.