PUDDLETOWN completed the first leg of their double by winning the Doug Read Cup with a comfortable victory over Hazelbury Bryan.

Skipper Ryan Norman was the chief architect, winning the toss and putting Hazelbury in then taking 4-20 to help restrict them to just 96 all out.

Puddletown’s batters saw off this total with few alarms, Gautham Rajendar top-scoring with 27, to give them the trophy by six wickets.

Puddletown have also landed the Division One Evening League title after St George's were beaten by Martinstown this week.

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Cattistock & Symene guaranteed themselves top spot in Division Two by beating both Plush and Puddletown Seconds.

Against Plush it was Luke King with 75 not out and Steven Tucker 76 that gave them an eight-wicket win, while against Puddletown, Wes Lewis with a phenomenal unbeaten 119 at a strike rate of 224 set up the win, Luke Robertson sealing it with three wickets in seven balls.

Abbotsbury pulled off a rare win in their final game against Cerne Valley, Neil Walton’s splendid 81 not out giving them a six-wicket victory, although the Swans were relegated after Puddletown beat Plush by nine wickets.

Cerne fared better against Plush with an eight-wicket victory, Plush themselves rebounding with a victory over Dewlish.

The game between the top two sides in Division Three went the way of Frampton when their openers John Horford (82) and James Butler (71) set up a good total and Chas Duerdoth’s 3-12 cemented the win.

Mention must be made of an excellent match between Dorchester Colts and New Look/ASM. Paul Chatterton’s 55 seemed to have set up New Look well until Billy Baker’s 4-16 at the end of the innings kept them to 155.

Colts then struggled against Mo Sheraz who took 4-21. Baker then came to the rescue with a rapid 79 but it still needed Nick Joslin to hit the only two balls he faced to the boundary, giving Colts the win with only one ball to spare.