DORCHESTER are looking to “bounce back” from their 138-run loss at Poole with a win against Wimborne & Colehill at Dorchester Rec, according to club captain Simon Mitchem.

The county town side go into their Dorset Funeral Plan Premier League clash tomorrow (1pm) with the aim of winning their remaining games, knowing they have only a very slim chance of winning the title.

In the reverse fixture Dorchester won by 77 runs, Mitchem praised a “superb” performance with the ball on that occasion.

He told Echosport: “We’re looking to bounce back and it’s a great opportunity to do that. Wimborne are a good side and we beat them there so we’ll be looking to do the same at our place.

“I think when we played them it was probably our best all-round performance of the season. We were superb with the ball there. We’ve got to get back to what we’re capable of.

“We were a bit sloppy last week but we want to win all our remaining games and finish as high as we can in the league.”

Dorchester go into the game against the reigning champions boosted by the return of spinner George Foot.

n Dorchester Seconds are set to face a crunch County Division Three encounter with in-form Beaminster at the Memorial Ground tomorrow (3pm).

Ross Baker’s men have won their last seven games in a magnificent run which has seen them rise to third, one place and one point behind their rivals.