DORSET captain Chris Park has his sights set on second place in the Minor Counties Western Division and is targeting a win against Cornwall in his side’s final game of the season at North Perrott (11am).

Currently sitting third and trailing Cheshire in second by 14 points, Dorset need to win to stand any chance of usurping them while holding off Devon in fourth, who lie two points behind them.

Park told Echosport: “We’re looking forward to having a good game against Cornwall and seeing where we can finish up.

“It’s a season of what-ifs. As a squad we have improved. Maybe the results haven’t shown that enough.

“Had we beaten Devon could we have reached the one-day quarter or semi-finals?”

Dorset welcome back opening batsman Tom Arnold to the team, while Scott Currie also comes in and Josh Digby is a late replacement for Bradley Currie, who will play for Surrey Seconds.

Commenting on the return of Arnold, who scored a century against Devon in his previous game for Dorset, Park admitted the county setup was aware of his limited availability.

He said: “We were aware that he was available for the first and last game. It’s good to have him back at the top of the order. It will be a new partnership with Sam Collins.

“Scott Currie comes in, deservedly so. He’s bowling nicely for Hampshire Academy at the moment. Brad Currie has dropped out of the side and he’s now playing for Surrey second eleven.”

Dorset: Collins, Arnold, Webb, Eckland, Ellis, Naik, Park, Wolstenholme, S Currie, Hayman, Digby, Porter