BASHLEY'S Josh Digby claimed the prize scalp of Corey Anderson in Dorset's 58-run defeat by Somerset in a t20 friendly at North Perrott.

Digby (2-19) had the big-hitting New Zealand international caught by Tom Robinson for just 14 as a star-studded Somerset team posted 170 for eight.

His Bashley team-mate Bradley Currie (2-24) was also among the wickets, the quickie having former England ODI, Worcestershire and Surrey wicketkeeper Steven Davies caught by Digby after he had raced to 19 from just six balls.

After Currie had removed Davies and Peter Trego, Bournemouth spinner Dom Clutterbuck (2-43) reduced Somerset to 76 for three when he had Johann Myburgh (30) caught behind by Ed Ellis.

Robinson (1-11) bowled Lewis Gregory before Digby returned to dismiss Tom Abell as Somerset struggled to 108 for six, Dorset having claimed three wickets for seven runs.

Clutterbuck came back into the attack to remove Roelof van der Merwe, while Mark Wolstenholme accounted for England Test star Dom Bess.

But the dangerous James Hildreth continued to score freely and finished unbeaten on 63 from 43 balls (including five fours and a six) with Wolstenholme (1-60) coming in for particular punishment.

In reply, only Ellis (26) and Chris Park (17) made starts as Jamie Overton (3-21) and Tom Abell (2-5) got among them. Max Waller, Josh Davey, Trego, van der Merwe and Bess all claimed a wicket apiece as Dorset were dismissed for 112.