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County hoping to make Dorset their next victims
3:32pm Wednesday 2nd July 2014 in Sport
HEREFORDSHIRE will be looking to continue their fine start to the season when they take on Dorset at Eastnor in the latest round of the Unicorns Championship matches.
Dorset have lost both of their games so far while Herefordshire hammered Shropshire in their previous outing, after missing out on beating Cheshire by just one wicket in their first match of the season at Colwall.
Brockhampton skipper Ben Stebbings could be set for a return after missing out on the win over Shropshire.
But the villagers' captain had to endure a frustrating time on Saturday when their Birmingham League Premier Division clash at Walmley was ruined by the rain.
Stebbings had invited Walmley to bat first after winning the toss and the home side had struggled to 118-5 from 36 overs when the rains came.
Navdeep Poonia was unbeaten on 46 but Callum Stewart (2-8), Chris Boroughs (2-35) and Hewlett (1-6) shared the wickets, enabling Brockhampton to collect seven points from the game to retain their grip on third place in the table.