JAMES Hayman took five wickets on the final day as Dorset emphatically wrapped up victory in their Unicorns Championship clash with Wales.

Having resumed on day three well in control with a lead of 201, the away side eventually declared their second innings on 259 for seven, setting Wales a mammoth target of 362 for victory.

And the Dorset attack set to work quickly, reducing the hosts to just 36 for four in reply.

Batsman Gareth Ansell made life difficult for Chris Park’s side with a resolute 71 coming from 139 deliveries. But when he fell with the score on 121 for six, Dorset made light work of the lower order.

They bowled the home side out for 139 in little more than 55 overs, giving them a comfortable win by 222 runs.

Hayman’s figures of five for 60 provided his maiden five-wicket haul for Dorset.

There were also wickets for Bradley Currie (3-36) and off-spinner Jigar Naik (2-7).

The result gave Dorset 22 league points in the Western Division, while Wales were left with just one.