Already without influential left hand all rounder Ryan Burl, pictured, for the foreseeable future the 20 year old Zimbabwe Under 19 player dislocated his shoulder in a fielding accident against the Hampshire Academy last week South Wilts have now lost one of their main strike bowlers.
With top order batsman Steve Riddle and teenager Jack Mynott also unavailable, South Wilts find themselves lining up against Bashley with a much weakened side.
going. He'll always be welcome back at South Wilts,"
Eddie Abel and the in form Tom Morton will continue to open the batting, with second team skipper Tom Pearce promoted to bat at three and teenager Harry Hawkins four.
face highly fancied Bashley (Rydal) in today's top ECB Southern Electric Premier League clash at Bemerton (1pm).
Jack Sheppard, who took 16 wickets to aid last year's title challenge, has left the Salisbury club. Keen to try and pursue a career in the county game he was on a Hampshire Development Contract in 2012 Sheppard has joined Ealing, the powerful Middlesex Premier League club, and could make his debut against Bro n d e s bu r y tomorrow.