DORCHESTER are simply looking to end the Wessex Internet Dorset Premier League season on a high at Sherborne tomorrow (1pm), according to vice-captain Gautham Rajendar.

Dorchy trail leaders Wimborne by 19 points, with only a possible 20 available on the final weekend.

It means only a Wimborne meltdown, a loss for second-placed Poole and a maximum-point win for Dorchester will give them a fourth title win from five games.

Speaking to Echosport, Rajendar said: “We’re not really thinking about other results this weekend.

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“We’ve just had a really exciting win against Wimborne and want to carry the same momentum forward against Sherborne with 20 points.

“Morale is high at the moment and we would love to sign off the season with a victory.”

Dorchester Seconds host Winton in County Division Three and must better Royal Challengers Sports’ result against Poole Thirds by 12 points to win the title.

Dorchester Thirds have completed their fixtures in Division Six.

Dorchester: Ryall, Barrett, Owens, Buckley, Rajendar, Belt, Mitchem, Subramanian, Stewart, Jones.

In County Division Two, Weymouth are also going for a title and need 11 points to beat Corfe Mullen to the silverware.

Lloyd Beals’ side visit bottom club Cerne Valley tomorrow (1pm) hoping to secure a double title for the Seasiders after their second team secured the Division Five trophy last weekend.

Beals said: "Twenty points is the aim this weekend. The management brought me in to win trophies and this could be two in a row.

"Looking at the league structure for next season, if we don't win it this year, at least we'll have a chance to win it again next.

"It's been my favourite season of cricket, great group, even better atmosphere. Win or lose we're having a party, we deserve it."

Weymouth Seconds host Lytchett at Redlands tomorrow (1pm).

Weymouth: Beals, England, Gregory, Guyett, Hoyes, Mitchell, J Sapsworth, Tarry, Whyte, Wills, Womble.

Matchday sponsor: Active Mobility.

Player sponsor: Advoco Accountants.

Ground renovation sponsor: GRBS.

In Division One, Puddletown also have something to play for as they continue their survival mission.

Puddle must take four points from their home clash against Portland at Plush tomorrow (1pm) to guarantee their place in the division for 2024.

Kingfishers’ skipper Ryan Norman said: “You never want to go into the last game of the season needing to win or take big points out of it.

“We got caught with that last year and ended up losing by a point, even though we took 20 out of the last game.

“It’s trying to get a bit of momentum ready for next year, hopefully we can hit the ground running.”

Puddletown Seconds visit Poole Fourths in their final Division Five game tomorrow (1pm).

Puddletown’s opponents Portland are already safe having beaten Stalbridge last weekend.

Matt Randell’s men will again allow their players to play with freedom as they target back-to-back wins to finish the season.

He said: “It seems like the season goes really quickly. It makes the last few games more special because you know you’re going to have a long winter.

“The lads are looking forward to it and it would be nice to beat Portland twice. Plush is a place we’ve had success at before so hopefully we get that win.

“The message will be the same as last week, to give it a whack. If one person comes off and the rest chip in with twenties and thirties, you generally get a decent score.”

Eddie Moles is out, while Callan Laws is a doubt. Portland will make a late call on selection.

Their second team round off the season at home to Stalbridge Development tomorrow (1pm).

Back in the Premier, Martinstown are aiming to finish in the top half.

Town are one of four clubs separated by four points as they look to replace Blandford in fifth position.

Charlie Durant’s side visit Cattistock & Symene tomorrow (1pm), with the Foxes recently guaranteeing safety.

Durant said: “I always feel when there’s nothing on the final game it’s a very enjoyable occasion.

“Everyone has a laugh with it and you make the most of your last game before the long winter.

“We want to finish as high up the league as possible and we’ve got a great chance of a win.”

Martinstown Seconds host Swanage Seconds in Division Four tomorrow (1pm).

Martinstown: Durant, Nichols, S Gerety, Trotter, S Williams, F Williams, R Gerety, Maltby, Blair, J Samways, Lewis.

Finally, Bere Regis are already assured of fourth place for the second season in succession.

Brian Keegan’s men have lost their past two games and have their sights set on a positive finish to a campaign in which they were on the fringes of the title battle.

Tomorrow (1pm), they face holders Poole Town, who need to better Wimborne’s result by ten points to take a second straight Premier title.

Keegan said: “The way we’ve not performed over the last few weeks, it would be nice to get some consistency at the level we know we can achieve.

“We’ve proved that by beating Dorch and Poole but it seems to be a theme of two Bere sides, one that turns up and can beat anybody and, at times, the Bere that can be beaten by anybody.

“We’re more than aware of that and we do need to put that right if we want to challenge. The message will get through eventually.”

Sean Walbridge misses out but Theo Talbot returns for Bere.

Bere Regis Seconds round off their season at home to Cattistock & Symene Seconds tomorrow (1pm).

Bere: Russell, Munnings, Talbot, Cole, Robertson, S Goodhew, T Goodhew, J Keegan, Murphy, Rogerson, B Keegan.

Bere main sponsor: Booth Gadenne.

Bere first XI match ball sponsor: Chat-Com.

Bere second XI match ball sponsor: Dorset Reclamation.