BRAD Currie produced the second-best bowling spell in ECB Southern Premier League history with career-best figures of 9-28 as Bashley (Rydal) skittled New Forest rivals Lymington for a paltry 68 at the Fagan Field.

Bashley romped to a seven-wicket win - their first in five Premier Division matches - with Michael Porter having taken over the captain's armband from Josh Digby, writes Mike Vimpany.

Poole-raised Currie, who made a sensational six-wicket County Championship debut for Sussex at Lord's 12 months ago but has since had to be patient for further opportunities, clean bowled five Lymington batsmen and trapped two more leg before wicket.

"I was getting some helpful swing from the pavilion end at Bashley and the Lymington batsmen kept missing the ball. It was fairly straight forward," he laughed.

"It was nice to be back playing for Bashley again and after the poor start we've had to the season it was crucial to get a win on the board.

"Ironically, my previous best SPL spell was a six-wicket haul against Lymington. I fancy I have some sort of Indian Sign over them."

Only Ryan Scott, with an unbeaten 27, showed technique to keep Currie at bay as Lymington folded in 21 overs, only one batsman of Lymington's last six managing to score a run.

Will Tripcony hit an unbeaten 31 as Bashley romped home in the 16th over.