Lymington's unbeaten run in the Southern Premier League came to a spectacular end at Calmore where they were crushed by a massive 151 runs. Chasing the home side's 255 Lymo slumped to a pitiful 104 all out. Only Karl Whatham came away with any credit, taking 3 wickets and scoring 53 as the wickets tumbled around him. Calmore owed much to opener Simon Ennew who carved out a maiden SPL century. Lymington drop down to second place in the table behind Alton.
The Thirds and Fourths also fell to defeat. The weakened Fourth XI were absolutely hammered by Langley Manor who rattled up 278 and then bowled out Lymington for just 40. The Third XI produced an improved performance against Trojans at Woodside, but still suffered a 16 run defeat. Chasing the visitor's 210, Adie Hunt (77) and Jerry Holt put Lymo in a promising position, but when these two were dismissed the innings simply crumbled.