SWANAGE Cricket Club’s senior sides wrapped up their respective Dorset ‘Thank You NHS’ League campaigns in what was a positive campaign for the club.

The club’s first XI finished second in Division Two Group A, with the highlight of their batting being Craig Wells’s innings of 91 against Winton.

Across the campaign, there were also half-centuries for Mike Hernandez, Steve Kent, Ben Hodder and Wells once again.

High points of the side’s bowling were four wicket-hauls from Hernandez, Kent and Ryan Stearn.

The second XI finished third in Division Five Group B with the highlight of their batting being Geoff Willcocks's first-ever century against rivals Wareham, while there was also a fifty for Pete Baczala.

Mike Nash's four wicket-haul at Winton was the impressive moment with the ball.

In the third XI, Sam Willcocks’s sublime century at Stalbridge helped them finish fourth in their first ever season in Division Six. There was also a half-century from Tim Ives.

The highlight of their bowling was a sensational six-wicket-haul by promising youngster Sid Nash against Marnhull. There were also five-wicket hauls for both Jack Grace and Nash again.

There have also been some very encouraging performances by a number of Swanage's youth section with Matt Dunster, Charlie Dyke, Andrew Hancock, Freddie and Harry Long, Safia Nadaf, Regan Norman, Jacob Pope, Tom Wells and Alex and Lily Wood.

Swanage's youth teams, from the under-8s all the way through to under-15s, have all performed admirably in their various mini-leagues.