DORSET skipper Luke Webb wants his charges to deal with the pressure of Unicorns T20 finals day at Wormsley on Sunday.

Webb’s side are set to take on Lincolnshire in the last four (10am) with the winners facing either Buckinghamshire or Hertfordshire in the final.

The captain, who led his side to seven victories from eight Group Four T20 games, told the Daily Echo: “The team that wins the competition will be the team that deals with pressure the best on the day.

“The four best T20 teams are at finals day and it’s a very tough competition to qualify for – so everyone deserves to be there.

“It would be absolutely amazing to win a trophy for the county but T20 is very much an on the day game.

“We have just got to hit the ground running and if we get through the semi-final it’s all about taking momentum into the final.

“There won’t be too much time to think about it on the day, which could be a good thing to get straight into it.

“Now it’s finally come around, I know everyone around the squad can’t wait.”

Webb himself goes into the event in fine form, having stuck 161 in the red-ball format for Dorset against Wales last time out.