WEYMOUTH have “unfinished business” against Shillingstone ahead of their County Division One clash at Redlands tomorrow (1.30pm), according to Seasiders’ skipper Harry Mitchell.

In the second game of the season, Weymouth came up one run short at Shillingstone chasing just 103 as the Seasiders’ batsmen toiled.

As a result, Mitchell is keen to rectify the agony of that defeat as his side look to improve upon their position of third place.

He told Echosport: “We’ve got a bit of unfinished business against them, we were bitterly disappointed after that game that we couldn’t get over the line.

“GP (Graham Puckett) had a good knock at 11 last time to get us close but our batsmen were really poor that game. As a batting unit we need to be a lot better than that.”

Weymouth lost to Hamworthy Recreation last week despite posting 245-7 and Mitchell sees concentration as an area for improvement.

“I just think we need to tighten up,” he said. “We’re not letting it go in games but we’re not focusing for the full 45 overs.

“When the middle order bowlers come on they’re not applying themselves how I’d like them to be, so I’d like to focus on these finer details and be a bit more tuned into this little stages of the game.

“Instead of getting close in those kinds of games we can be more clinical.”

Weymouth make three changes as John Wilson, James Almond and Matt Lawes make way for Dave Blackman, Paul Collins and Sami Rathnayake.

Weymouth: Guyett, Webb, Collins, Browne, Mitchell, Blackman, J Sapsworth, Beals, Urumancheri, Rathnayake, Puckett