DORSET Dockers maintained the pressure on Dorset & Wilts One South leaders Swanage & Wareham after claiming a 41-20 victory against Oakmeadians.

Christchurch-based Dockers broke the deadlock when flanker Neil Ketchley crashed over and Tom Keir added the extras.

Converted tries from Jordan Cutler and James Osborne arrived in quick succession.

The teams then exchanged penalties, leaving the hosts 24-3 ahead at the break.

Dockers faced a more resolute defence in the second half but Dan Mallard crossed and Keir sent the ball between the posts.

The dynamic shifted when Oakmeadians scored a try of their own and a scuffle broke out, resulting in Keir being sin-binned.

The fly-half's stint on the sidelines was punished by the visitors and they closed to 11 points the deficit with two tries.

But Keir returned and wrapped up the win by twice crossing the whitewash.

Meanwhile, Wimborne set a new club record courtesy of a 24-11 victory against Witney in South West One East.

The triumph at Leigh Park extended to five games the Minstermen's winning run, their longest streak at their current level.

Wimborne opened the scoring inside five minutes when Jack Mason rounded off a slick passing move and Lewis Munster added the extras.

Witney slotted a long-range penalty in response and then won the race to a long kick to touch down in the corner.

But Munster carved an opening and fed Kristian Heaps, who outstripped the defence to score under the posts. Munster converted.

The sides exchanged penalty goals in the second half before Munster broke through the defensive line and Mason was on hand to score his second converted try.

In Hampshire Premier, nine New Milton players ran in tries in a 51-21 home victory over Fareham Heathens.

Lyndon Booker opened the scoring for Milton after he broke through at the front of the lineout and then Nathan Smith touched down.

Fareham rallied with a converted try before Adam Lavis took a quick penalty to score, before slotting the extras.

After the interval, Ali Gunn and Julian Whittle added Milton's fourth and fifth tries.

Another score followed when Jack Corbett collected the ball in the lineout and broke through tackles to score.

Former Milton colt Campbell Golding then used his speed to touch down and Gunn converted.

Forward pressure in the Fareham 22 allowed Andy George to join the scorers.

Fareham notched a converted try but Milton responded through Josh Rehel's try and extras from Golding.

The visitors reduced to 30 points the margin of defeat with a third converted score.