Lymington won the toss and elected to field first. Calmore soon raced to 40 without loss off the first 6 overs with the impressive M Lavell retired with 30 runs. Lymington then bowled the next 12 overs conceding only a further 44 runs. S Tombs was particularly economical and B Browne, on debut took his first wicket at this level, ably supported by tight fielding from the whole team.
Lymington changed the batting order due to the unfortunate injury to Will Thorp who they shall be without for the whole season due to a badly broken ankle. Newly elected captain E Lindsay-Wood led his side from the front with a classy 30 retired, ably supported by J Winderham 16 Not Out and J Simpson(12).
This young and inexperienced Lymington side can take great heart from a very encouraging performance which maintains their unbeaten start to this season's league campaign.