BOURNEMOUTH skipper Chris Park is eager to push on as the Southern Premier League on Saturday returns to its 50-over format.

The Chapel Gate side make the trip to Burridge (12.30pm) off the back of timed victories over Havant and South Wilts.

But with white-ball action now set to resume for the final five fixtures, Park is eager for his side to show their capability in the limited overs game.

He told the Daily Echo: “Very quickly with two wins out of two, all of a sudden you are looking up the table to see where we can finish.

“We are back to coloured clothing and white-ball cricket this week. Hopefully we can finish the season strongly and set up next season already.

“We have five fixtures we can look at and think ‘if we win two or three of those then we have done okay this year’, that’s what we will be trying to do.”

Jacob Gordon returns for Bournemouth in place of Jem Warner, who will miss the rest of the season after going travelling.

Lions have also been boosted by the news all-rounder Simon Woodruff has been selected in the Dorset squad for their three-day Unicorns Championship contest at Cornwall, which begins on Sunday.