POTTERNE captain Ashur Morrison wants his troops to continue their hot Premier One form by extending their unbeaten run until the end of the season.

Morrison’s men downed league strugglers Frocester on Saturday to extend their current unbeaten streak to four games.

While the win failed to dig Potterne out of their current fifth place groove, Morrison was encouraged by his side’s positive attitude and hopes to end what he described as a disappointing season on a high.

He said: “It’s not our prerogative to look at the league table and think where we can or can’t finish this season.

“Our main goal is to stay unbeaten for the rest of the season, that would be a nice way to finish off what has been a disappointing year in my eyes.

“The league this season has been tough, though Clevedon have dominated it as anyone can see. If you take them out, anyone can beat anyone on their day.

“We’ll look back on some performances and know we should have performed better.

“But there’s a positive atmosphere in the dressing room right now and morale is high.”

Sahan Wijerathne, Ed Young and Morrison himself all scooped two wickets apiece to restrict Frocester to 155 all out.

In reply, Potterne knocked back their target with 16 overs remaining. However, they were left to sweat a little after being 100-5 at one stage - though Ed Young’s 33 somewhat steadied the home side’s ship.

“It was a very positive win for us and we’re pleased to get four wins on the spin,” said Morrison.

“The way we bowled and fielded encouraged me, especially when we reduced them from 69-2 to 69-4 – that was an important turn in the game.

“It allowed us to take a hold of the game, though our batting wasn’t as convincing as it perhaps should have been.

“We should have chased the runs down easier and a few batsmen played some loose shots.

“The pleasing part though is that we chalked up another win.”

Elsewhere in Premier One, Goatacre climbed off bottom spot after earning a rare two-wicket win at Taunton St.Andrew.

Hampshire ace Liam Dawson starred with 83 in reply for Goatacre, who reached their target when Kevin Iles and Josh Langley scored the final few runs, with Ed Wilkins’ troops are now only 13 points behind the safety of eighth place.