DORCHESTER are relishing the task of facing a new-look Broadstone side when they travel to Delph Woods in the Wessex Internet Dorset Premier League tomorrow (1pm).

Dorchy returned to winning ways last time out, handling a tough 243-run chase well against promoted side Blandford.

The win came after a derby defeat at Bere Regis, while Broadstone have caught the eye after assuming third spot following the first month of fixtures.

Their loss to unbeaten Wimborne last week was the first of an otherwise impressive start.

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And Legg, who took 3-21 in the first of two T20s for Dorset Seconds against the Isle of Wight on Sunday, has noted Broadstone’s improvement.

He told Echosport: “I’m expecting a tough game, it looks as though they’ve brought in a few players.

“We know a couple of their new faces but it will be interesting to see what the others are like. It won’t be easy but we have to play to our strengths and adapt if it’s required.”

He added: “Playing at the Delph is similar to most places apart from the short boundaries on the leg and off-side. It’s all about getting the angles right when fielding and batting in partnerships.”

Dorchester Seconds host Cattistock & Symene Seconds in County Division Three, while Dorchester Thirds entertain Colehill in Division Six.

Dorchester: Legg, Jones, Ryall, Mitchem, Barrett, Belt, Rajendar, Nobbs, Subramanian, Narasimhan, Dunham.

Elsewhere in the Premier, Bere Regis are searching for a fourth straight win.

Brian Keegan’s men visit Sherborne but the captain is unsure what strength of side to expect at the Terrace.

He said: “We’re conscious that until we turn up on the day we’re not entirely sure what we’re going to come up against because a fair few players tend to play at home for them all the time.

“We’re also wary, we went up there last year and got rolled for about 120 and lost by three wickets.

“They had a little bit of form last week. Even though we’ve had a few results recently, we’ve got to strive to get better each week.”

Bere make three changes as Dean Rogerson, Jacob Kennard and James Keegan come in for Gordan Fraser, Pete Russell and Cleay Perham.

Dorset Echo: Pete Russell, right, misses out for Bere RegisPete Russell, right, misses out for Bere Regis (Image: IDRIS MARTIN)

Bere Regis Seconds host Shillingstone in County Division Three.

Bere: Rich Cole, S Goodhew, Robertson, Murphy, Kennard, Rogerson, Payne, Munnings, Walbridge, J Keegan, B Keegan.

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Bere second XI match ball sponsor: Bere Regis Dental Practice

Meanwhile, Martinstown are still searching for a first league win of the season.

Charlie Durant’s side visit Blandford and the Town skipper believes the odds are in the Villagers’ favour.

“We’ve got a good chance,” he insisted.

“It’s the most winnable game if you look at it by league positions over the last few years.

“But I’ve no doubt it will be tough. They looked good against Dorch, scored a lot more than what we did when we played there.

“I would absolutely love it if we batted 50 overs, that’s the main thing. I don’t want to have to bat!”

Martinstown are without Will Maltby, Hayden White and Ed Nichols, with Fin Williams, Dave Trotter and Ry Gerety coming in.

Dorset Echo: David Trotter, right, will return for Martinstown against BlandfordDavid Trotter, right, will return for Martinstown against Blandford (Image: ANDY FRY)

Martinstown Seconds host Blandford Seconds in Division Four tomorrow.

Martinstown: S Gerety, Lewis, S Williams, Kane, Hill, F Williams, R Gerety, Coombs, Jo Stewart, Durant, Trotter.

In County Division One, Portland Red Triangle could take back-to-back wins for the second time this season, following their success against Poole Seconds on Saturday.

Matt Randell’s side negotiated a water leak at one end of the playing surface last week.

And the Triangle skipper expects another difficult pitch at the traditionally low-scoring Witchampton, despite the Witches scoring 227 on home turf last time out.

Randell said: “I think for the full 90 overs it will play very similarly to how (Reforne) played on Saturday.

“They’re always a strong side, especially at home, and they play better than people think.”

Triangle Seconds host Lytchett in Division Five tomorrow.

Portland (from): Proffitt, M Barrett, Moles, Randell, Laws, D Adkins, Doidge, Russell, Samuel, J Marsh, Potts, Cameron.

Also in Division One, Puddletown are up against league favourites Chalke Valley at Plush.

Chalke have won their past three matches after suffering two rain-offs, leading Puddle skipper Ryan Norman to highlight Valley’s quality.

He said: “They’re looking like favourites and have got some good players with the Weld boys. It will be a tough game.

“They’re top having lost a couple to rain. It looks like their class is showing at the moment.

“Performances are going the right way but there’s no pressure on the guys. It’s just a case of competing each week.”

Puddletown Seconds visit Wimborne Fourths in Division Five tomorrow.

Puddletown: Ry Norman, Re Norman, Barrett, Weir, D Morris, J Morris, Snow, S Chaldecott, Crabb, King, Eccleson.

In Division Two, Weymouth are hunting a hat-trick of wins when they visit Compton House, having plundered scores in excess of 280 against Marnhull and Parley Seconds.

Seasiders’ skipper Lloyd Beals is in confident mood as Weymouth make the long journey north.

With tongue-in-cheek, he said: “I certainly hope Compton House can give us a bit more of a challenge than the previous two.

“I was bitterly disappointed in Marnhull and Parley’s attempts to prize some early wickets with boring conventional fields and predictable bowling plans, hoping we’d give them something.”

Weymouth make three changes as Ben Lawes, Kieron Womble and Adam Hoyes come in for Pete Sapsworth, Corey Baker and Dom Webb.

Dorset Echo: Ben Lawes, right, has moved back to Weymouth after a spell with MartinstownBen Lawes, right, has moved back to Weymouth after a spell with Martinstown (Image: DORSET ECHO)

Weymouth Seconds host Cattistock & Symene Thirds at Abbotsbury in Division Five tomorrow.

Weymouth: England, Beals, Walton, Lawes, Womble, J Sapsworth, Mitchell, Guyett, Tarry, Urumancheri, Hoyes.

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