HARRY Prince was the star of the show as Wimborne sealed a 103-run success at Sherborne.

He claimed six wickets for just 25 runs, as the visitors picked up maximum points at the Terrace.

Victory earned the Minstermen their third win in five completed games this season and propelled them to second in the table behind Dorchester.

James Miller fired 89 from 134 deliveries to set the platform for the visitors, as Wimborne racked up a considerable 251 for eight having elected to bat first.

Miller’s knock, which included 10 boundaries, was part of a 124-run opening partnership with Colin Randall (67).

With rain interrupting the contest, Sherborne’s target was adjusted to 233 from 41 overs. Despite 55 from Alex Benson, the hosts put up little resistance with Prince ripping through the middle order.

Sherborne were eventually bowled out for 129 with two deliveries of their overs remaining.

Elsewhere, Christchurch openers James McMurray (56no) and Ben Francis (67no) made light work of chasing down their revised target of 133 at Shroton.

Thomas Hughes (3-39) did the most damage with the ball for the visitors, who had earlier bowled out Shroton for 153.

Mike Holm’s miserly figures of three for seven from eight overs paved the way for Broadstone to overcome hosts Poole Town by five wickets.

Poole were reduced to 20 for six at one point and limped their way to 106 all out.

Pete Russell (18no) and Caleb Rowe (28no) were the unbeaten batsmen for the visitors, as they chased down their victory target with just less than six overs to spare.