BASHLEY and Lymington will be looking to frank their title credentials when they duel for the New Forest bragging rights tomorrow (11am).

Second-placed Lymington, whose last win against Bashley in the Southern League came in July 2011, arrive at the BCG on the back of a crushing 181-run victory over Alton six days ago.

Bashley, meanwhile, have slipped to fourth after suffering successive defeats at the hands of Burridge and Havant, having been skittled for just 97 and 106, respectively.

The reverse fixture in May saw Ed Ellis finish on the losing side despite cracking a second consecutive century for Lymington against Bashley.

His efforts were eclipsed by those of Australian Pat Page whose sparkling 115 guided Bashley to a comfortable six-wicket victory.

With leaders South Wilts on a five-match winning run, both Bashley and Lymington will be desperate for the points in order to maintain their respective challenges.

Victory for Lymington would also see them steal a march in the race for the time pennant – with Bashley the recipients of the award last season.

Champions Havant, currently third, face New Milton at Fernhill (11am).

In Division One, third-placed Bournemouth visit Hook & Newnham Basics who are fourth and nine points behind the Lions.