TEAM manager Dan Draper felt Wimborne had made their 36-21 win over South West One East rivals Marlow "a little nervy late on".

Paul Roberts's try double helped the Minstermen maintain their unbeaten start, while their seconds defeated Bournemouth in the quarter-final of the Dorset & Wilts Cup.

Draper said: “It was a very satisfying day all round with great wins for both teams.

"However, the firsts did make things a little nervy late on by not maintaining our dominance for the entire game so it was another valuable lesson.”

Wimborne overcame the loss to injury of Doug Robertson after just five minutes and secured an early score when Marcus Atkins was on the end of a concerted forward drive into the corner.

This was soon added to when Tom Moysey broke from deep and flicked the ball inside to the supporting Ryan Maidment who touched down under the posts, with Moysey converting.

A third score followed when Lewis Mitchell, having moved into the centre when Robertson was forced off, broke away and went over, with Moysey again converting to extend their lead to 19-0.

With their tails up, a fourth bonus point try came when, after a crisp passing movement, Roberts burst through to score.

Marlow hit back and put the Wimborne defence under pressure with flanker Nathan Warren, on as makeshift winger, putting in some crunching tackles.

Although a converted try put the visitors on the scoreboard, Wimborne re-established their lead when Roberts was again on the end of some good handling to score his second try to make it 31-7 at the break.

Marlow twice wore down the Wimborne defence to score converted tries to bring them back to within 10 points of their hosts.

But Wimborne secured the score that put them out of sight when, after a patient build up, Steve King drove over from close in to score in the corner.

Minstermen: Roberts, Kerley, Hamer, Bazalgette, Mitchell, Moysey, Maidment, King, Carter, Corbin, Foley, Degeura, Pride, Atkins, Davies. Replacements: Galdes, Warren, Murphy.

Swanage & Wareham crashed out of the Dorset & Wilts Cup after going down 26-22 against Southern Counties South rivals Sherborne at Bestwall.

Trailing 14-0, Swans reduced the arrears when flanker Matt Roberts went over, with full-back Stephen Woolley adding the extras to make it 14-7 at the break.

Swans made further inroads when scrum-half Chris Tomes was on hand to score their second try three minutes into the second half.

However, two tries and a conversion saw Sherborne forge into a 26-12 lead before Swans captain Nick Audley and Woolley both went over in the closing stages to set up a grandstand finish.

Swans: Woolley, Parish, Watkins, Elford, Smith, Warren, Tomes, Audley, Daniels, Wyburgh, Joynt, Oliver, McCaffrey, Roberts, Desmond. Replacements: Andrews, Dicker, Haw, Graves.

Ryan Morrell's try double proved in vain as New Milton suffered a 36-20 defeat at Petersfield in London Three South West. Brendan Treacey and Sam Bew also touched down for Milton.