UNBEATEN in Wadworth Dorset & Wilts One South, Highwood-sponsored Dorchester entertain Wimborne Seconds at Surcouf Park tomorrow (3pm).

With this match being rescheduled from a weather postponed match in February, Wimborne’s last win was back in January and last weekend they suffered a 95-0 defeat away to Blandford who sit fourth in the table.

As the league campaign nears its close, Dorchester have only four games left after this weekend, with the last game of the season at Surcouf Park being the current second placed team Dorset Dockers.

Should Dorchester collect a bonus-point win this Saturday then they will open up an 18-point gap over Dockers, making the final game of the season a very interesting prospect indeed.

With players returning still, Coach Martin Oxland has fewer worries from his injury list and is still able to keep a consistent squad. Key to the season so far has been this consistency in key areas and partnerships. Captain James Newsam will once more encourage the players to give a full performance for 80 minutes and concentrate from before the whistle blows and provide the Surcouf Park faithful with big scoreline to cheer.

Dorchester’s A XV take to the road and travel to East Dorset in another rearranged fixture from February. Matt Fry will be keen to pick up a bonus-point win against the bottom side and push Dorchester towards mid-table as the end of the season nears.

A busy weekend for the junior section begins tonight with the under-15s welcoming Swanage & Wareham (7.30pm). On Sunday, touring sides from Farnham join the Swans as visitors to play across the under-six to under-11 age groups, while the under-13s lock horns with Trowbridge in a Dorset & Wilts cup game with all the girls’ teams training.

Sunday afternoon finally sees the Dorset & Wilts County Cup semi-final between Dorchester’s Colts and Wimborne’s Colts (2pm). Having tied up the league already, Mike Sprules all conquering squad will be keen to progress to the County Cup final and showcase the future of the club.

The Ridgeway Roses face Basingstoke in their Women’s Two South West league fixture (3pm).

With only three fixtures left, coach Sam Wilson feels her squad can struggle through their injury crisis and collect some more points to reward their hard work and endeavour the side have put in this season.