ED Wilkins is determined that Goatacre will not get ahead of themselves with a likely Prem Two Glos/Wilts title decider looming on the horizon.

The league leaders racked up a 10th straight match without defeat as visitors Gloucester City Winget were handed a 188-run thrashing on Saturday, to head into the final fortnight of the campaign with an 11-point advantage of Cheltenham.

The two sides will meet on the final day of the season on September 2 with the crown and prized promotion place into Premier One poised to be determined.

Before that though, the Goats head to county rivals Burbage & Easton Royal this weekend and Wilkins is keen to ensure there are no slip-ups as they close in on their dream of top-flight cricket next summer.

"To be honest, even if we lost (against Burbage) the title is likely to come down to that last game, but we just want to get the job done because (Burbage) will be a tough game,'' he said.

"It's not going to be easy but our results have been good so we want to make sure we don't let it slip.''

Goatacre have never reached Premier One level and, after a near-miss several years ago, Wilkins admits it is a long-cherished ambition for the villagers.

"We missed out by a point about five years ago but it would be a brilliant achievement for a club our size,'' he added.

"We're all really homegrown lads so to get into the top division and go against big clubs like Bath and Bristol would be a challenge we'd all look forward to.''

Goatacre's fourth-wicket partnership took the game away from Winget, who had the hosts at 84-3 at one stage.

Benny Howell clubbed an unbeaten 154 off just 93 deliveries while Brad Dawson smashed 108 from 78 as the home side reached 361-3 from their 50 overs.

Winget could not handle the bowling of Matt House (5-45) and Luke Edwards (3-35) as they subsided to 173 all out.

Elsewhere, Burbage bowled third-placed hosts Westbury out for 139, James and Adam Lavis taking three wickets apiece but then crashed to 119 all out in their reply.

Biddestone remain in trouble as they sit second from bottom in the table after a 72-run loss to Thornbury, for whom Dan Davis hit 176 of 365-4.

Despite a 113-run partnership between skipper Luke Panes (90) and David Comport (63), Andy Flynn also scoring 63, the Wiltshire men were dismissed on 293.

Denson Narayan took 3-27 as Chippenham bowled out visitors Rockhampton for 183 at Hardenhuish Park, before Darryl Losper's 66 and an unbeaten 52 from Paul Bates took them to a three-wicket win.