Lymington batted first with skipper Tim Noble (11) and Scott Tapper (39) opening the batting. The former was out which brought in Tom Thorp (34) and batting well the Lymington score raced into the 100's but the dismissal of the two signalled a major collapse. Only Dan Walters (10) with 2 boundaries was able to accelerate the score and the innings closed at 140.
In reply the Mudeford batsmen were in trouble against the pace attack of Elliott Lindsay-Wood (4 overs 2 for 4) and Scott Tapper (4 overs 3 for 13). Ronnie Patel (37 not out) was the only Mudeford batsman to stand fast. Leg break bowler Dan Walters (4 overs 1 for 15) James Winderam (3 overs 0 for 13) Tim Noble (2 overs 0 for 15) and Tom Thorp (1 over 0 for 5) all bowled well and Mudeford finished on 77 for 6.