WILL Croker says Bournemouth will “leave no stone unturned” in their final South West Premier contest against relegated Old Patesians at Chapel Gate on Saturday (3pm).

Lions’ head coach has seen his side go unbeaten at home so far this season and wants to round off their campaign in style, writes Will Perringwood. Croker said: “I’m just asking them to do it for another week.

“We can hit it hard, not leave any stone unturned and have the integrity to give the league the respect it deserves.

“We’re not taking anything for granted because we still need to do the job as best as we can.”

The hosts are favourites having opened their campaign with a 50-0 win over the Gloucestershire side away from home in September.

With a long summer ahead preparing to return to English rugby’s fourth tier, the boss insisted champions Bournemouth were keen to finish the campaign with a bang.

Croker, also the club’s director of rugby, added: “It’s going to be a nice break for the boys and they can recover.

“Everyone wants to be involved (against old Patesians), hopefully there’ll be a big party and I’m sure there’ll be a big crowd, so it’ll be a nice way to celebrate.”