With the cheers of the football crowd still ringing in their ears, Lymington missed their first chance in the field with the batsmen giving up on a single but the fielder unable to hit the stumps. Unfortunately it was an afternoon when Lymington needed to take the most of such chances, and by squandering them, in doing so allowed North Baddesley to rack up 246. The pick of the bowlers were Luigi Di Maria (2-39) and Tom Thorp (1-24).
Lymington's reply started tentatively and went downhill. Apart from Mark Gannaway (42), only one other batsman made double figures as Harry Williams
(4-12) and J Fisher (4-26) wrapped the game up.