BRIDGWATER enjoyed a double success in Sunday's Twenty20 round-robin competition against North Petherton and Shapwick and Polden.

In the opening game of the day, Bridgwater ran out ten-wicket winners over Shapwick thanks to a dominant all-round performance.

Shapwick batted first and could only muster 93-8 from their 20 overs, with James Haggett (17), Sam Edmunds (15) and Paul Lang (10) the only players to reach double figures.

Andrew Roberts (2-18) was the pick of the Bridgy bowlers, while there was one wicket apiece for Steve Davis (1-13), Chris Skidmore (1-18), Alex Frick (1-10), Kyran Devitt (1-8) and Chris Singleton (1-17).

In reply, Bridgwater wasted little time and knocked off the runs in just 6.4 overs thanks to Merv Hallaran (24no) and Adam Hose (40no), who smashed the Shapwick attack to all parts.

James Haggett was on the receiving end with the ball, with his one over going for 38.

The second game proved far more competitive, as Bridgwater edge dpast Pethy by five wickets and with two balls to spare.

Lloyd Irish (33) top scored for Pethy in their total of 108 all out, as Roberts (3-20) once again starred with the ball.

In reply, Hose (32), Barrett (32) and Kyran Devitt (22no) saw the hosts over the finish line in the final over.

Lewis Irish (1-28) was the pick of the Pethy attack in a tense encounter at The Parks.