MOREDON Royal Oak felt the full force of the Seagry attack in Division Three as big scores from Alex Fereday and Adam Lawrence earned a 70-run victory for the visitors.

Fereday hit 116 accompanied by Lawrence's 60 as Seagry closed on 222-6.

Ian Morton did his best with the ball to restrict Seagry's score, taking 4-46, but the total proved too much for the home side.

Moredon's Steve Williams did hit a solid 81 while Seagry's Will Tidmarsh took 4-51 as the hosts closed short of their target on 152-7.

In contrast, runs were not to easy to come by at Spye Park where the home team were bowled out for 137 by visiting Bathford.

Richard Bownter (37) and Charles Rudlow (32) hit the day's best scores.

Mike Watts took 5-20 and Dave Watts 3-45 for Spye Park.

Dave Coleman responded with a match-winning 7-32 as only Andrew Murray (27) offered any resistance in a Bathford response of 110 all out. Wroughton Wranglers travelled to Dauntsey Gentlemen and made 160-7 Mike Evans (33), James Grainger (30) top scoring.

Dave Beldham took 3-38 for Dauntsey before Grainger responded with 5-16 as Dauntsey crashed to their lowest league total of 47 all out.

Swindon 3rd's visited Wanborough and scored 197-8 with Nick Parkinson (73) and Magnus Painter (44) top scoring.

For Wanborough, the pick of theirbowlers were Douglas Millington (4-58) and Andy Fraser (3-34).

In response Wanborough could never quite match the asking rate and closed on 157-9.

In Division One, newly promoted sides Collingbourne and Nationwide House clash, the latter triumphing.

Mark Flay (51), Mat Vincent (91), and Stuart Archer (71no) helped guide Nationwide to a daunting target of 261-3. Dave Thwaites followed up with 5-48 and despite 61 from Barry Langfield, Collingbourne were restricted to 190-8.

Purton visited Bath Civil Service and lost by three wickets Mark Gardner (85) top-scoring for Purton as they posted 146-9.

Steve Gunn took 5-37 for Purton but it wasn't enough to avoid defeat.

At Beanacre, the home side, thanks to John Adcock (35) closed at 142-9 against Calne.

Rob Anstey took 3-38 and Chris Downham 3-5 before Downham followed up with an excellent unbeaten 88 to see Calne home by five wickets.

In Division Two, a superb 134 by Neil Maycock helped Great Bedwyn to 243-7 at Cooper- Avon Tyres.

Justin Bailey then took 4-40 and despite 67 from Keith Steggall, the hosts were bowled out for 147.

Highworth struggled for runs at home to Cherhill only a patient 32 by Danny Batchelor enabled them to reach 94 all out.

For Cherhill Ben Webber (3-4) and Alan Eades (3-31) did most of the damage.

A quick 32 from Andy Mortimer then saw Cherhill home by seven wickets.

At Lechlade, thanks to Andy Pettifer (50) and Nigel Pearce (43no), the home side ended on 202-6 against visiting Minety.

The visitors were then dismissed for 107 with John Lutwych (30) and Extras (35) top scoring.

At Swindon Civil Service, visitors Urchfont made 203-5 thanks to Nick Brooks unbeaten 109 and Neil Bateman's 46. Bateman followed up with 4-44 but it wasn't enough to prevent Civil Service pulling off an exciting three-wicket win.

Shaun Smith (46), Mike Giddings (36) and James Townsend (32) were top scorers for Civil Service.

Avebury continued their form from last year with another big score in Division Four. They amassed 256-6 at Wilcot Dominic Fry (72) and Greg Dix (60) leading the way. For Wilcot, Mike Cook took 4-43 but strong.

Stubborn batting from Wilcot then prevented Avebury bowling them out as Rob Gater (4-17) restricted them to 111-8.

Corsham 3rds posted 239-4, a score spearhead by Tom Abbott (116) and veteran John Gale (56).

Mark Unwins' 5-47 and Andy Nicholls 4-43 helped bowl Warminster out for 112.

In Division Five, Buscot Park 2nds posted 232-5 at home to Devizes 3rds thanks to Andy Moreby's unbeaten 106.

Ian Mills took 3-11 and 13-year-old James Phillips finished with figures 4-17 as Devizes were ousted for just 33.

Kevin Crook (87) helped Swindon Litten Tree to 186-8 against visiting Keeevil for whom Richard Waylen took 3-44.

Paul Jones took 2-25 while Paul Fennell (66), Calvin Lockhart (67) and Paul Jones (23no) then steered Keevil to a seven-wicket victory.

Burbage & ER 2nds to 160-7, Bob Cady (23) top-scoring. For hosts Chippenham 3rds Steve Dolman took 3-31 before they were bowled out for 101.

Nettleton were restricted to 133-9 by Lavington as John Wiltshire (4-29) and Pete Bailey (3-21) found their form. Nick Tucker scored a valuable 59 while Paul Tasker took 5-36 to help Nettleton to a 18-run win.

Purton 2nds made a good start on their return to the Wiltshire League, scoring 200-4 thanks to Dave Allen's 99 and Ben Collier's 60 against United Churches.

Churches were all out for 184 losing by 16 runs.

In Division Six, hosts Calne struggled to contain Steve Bailey (79) as Cooper Avon 2nds closed on 119.

Calne did go on to secure an easy nine-wicket win, thanks to Dave Coward's

Nationwide House 2nds entertained Wootton Bassett 3rds and restricted them to 144-8 thanks almost entirely to Des Clarke (67) and Pete Martin (44).

Matt Pryor's 55 helped Nationwide to a five-wicket win

In Division Seven, United Churches 2nds made a useful 177-9 against Potterne 2nds Paul Stevens taking 4-49.

Brendan Baker (68) then helped Potterne to a seven-wicket victory.

In Division Eight, Blunsdon beat hosts All Cannings by 43-runs Mike Lancaster (5-34) the star with ball for the visitors.

Devizes 4ths won their first League win going down by just five runs against visiting Highworth 2nds.

Corsham 4ths burst upon the League in no uncertain manner as they hammered hosts Swindon 4ths hitting 305-3 declared and then bowling out their rivals for just 79.

Wiltshire have selected the following team for their final warm up match against Dorset at Dean Park, Bournemouth on Sunday May 18: Russell Rowe (South Wilts) (captain), Jason Searle (Chippenham) (Vice-Captain), Richard Bates (Chippenham), Kevin Balckburn (Clifton/Optimists), Chris Budd (Thornbury), Daniel Chard (Knowle), Michael Coles (Bridgwater), Mark Coxon (Corsham), James Hibberd (Calmore Sports), Kevin Nash (Bashley/Rydal), Neil Shardlow (Corsham).