SHAPWICK & Polden 2nd XI secured a seventh-placed finish in the Premier Division of the Shrubbery Hotel Somerset League, winning their final match at home to relegated Burnham-on-Sea.

Will Rudge (61) and Tom Smith (55) were the chief contributors to Shapwick’s 251-7, before Josh Luckins took 5-13 off 4.2 overs to leave Burnham 102 runs short.

Four points ahead of them in the final table are Middlezoy, who lost by 36 runs at home to Taunton St Andrew’s 2nds.

Josh Clatworthy starred for the visitors, hitting 114 in their 236 all out, Nathan Barnard taking 4-15 off nine for Zoy.

Barnard then hit 69no in the reply, but the innings ended on 200-8.

In Division 2, Bridgwater A finish up in fifth place after a six-wicket win at Taunton 2nds.

Daniel Andison took 4-14 off 4.2 and Michael Skidmore 3-9 off four as the home side were all out for 155, the last four wickets falling without a run added.

Dominic Court’s 66 led the way as Bridgy eased home.

North Newton took third spot in Division 3 courtesy of a five-wicket win at Kilve on Sunday, Peter Stone hitting 49 as the hosts were out for 188.

Cameron Street (3-20 off nine) and James White (3-38 off 8.4) shone for Newton, who chased the score down with Andrew Jenkins posting 73.

That made it two home losses in one weekend for Kilve, Broadway & Horton beating them by 24 runs on Saturday.

Broadway made 246-7, despite Dean Marchent’s 3-16 off nine, and Kilve dropped short on 222-6, Stone top scoring again with 74.

Wembdon 2nds won their last match at home to Watchet by 39 runs, after posting 216-4 (Will Anning 52no).

Watchet could only make 177-6, Alastair Cook taking 2-9 off nine.

There was a mid-table finish, too, for Huntspill & District in Division 4 after two wins over the weekend.

Saturday saw them ease past Kilmington & Stourton by nine wickets, Matt Osmant with 5-13 off 5.5 in the visitors’ 159 all out.

Sam Lillycrop hit 106no in reply.

And on Sunday North Perrott 2nds were beaten by six wickets, despite George Johnson’s 112no in the visitors’ 273-7 (Jake Randall 3-57).

It looked a tough chase, but Steve Eley (65), Randall (66no) and Osmant (56no) saw their side to the finish line in 33.1 overs.

Wembdon 3rds sit sixth in Division 6N, but could finish in fourth, after they beat Shapwick & Polden 3rds on Saturday.

There were only six runs in it, hosts Wembdon making 181-7, with Joe Syvret (33no) their top scorer and Peter Royall taking 2-39 for Shapwick.

The visitors were all out for 175 (Alistair Barr 44), as Max Syvret claimed 3-21 and Joe Syvret 3-33.

Shapwick were then awarded an away walkover against East Huntspill on Sunday; Wembdon are at home to Temple Cloud 2nds this coming Saturday.

In Division 6S, Bridgwater Pointers place sixth after a 10-wicket win against bottom side Middlezoy 2nds, Mike Luckes with 2-2 and Jake Sweeting 2-9 in Zoy’s 107 all out.

Ted Kelly retired on 65 in the routine chase.

North Petherton 2nds are fourth after a six-wicket loss to Spaxton, who sit third.

Pethy made 223-5 (Eddy Stone 62), but Daniel Rich’s 118no led his side to victory.

Division 7N saw Huntspill 2nds lose out by 24 runs away to Frome 3rds.

Andy Lamb hit 124no in the hosts’ 225-4, and Matt Cavill’s 108 couldn’t quite take his side home.

Fitzhead Crusaders were beaten by 100 runs at Broadway & Horton 2nds in Division 7S, Richard Young’s 41no the highlight in their 154 all out.

In Division 8N, Wembdon 4ths lost by three wickets at Cranmore 2nds.