Oswestry skipper Dean Suter said his team will look to put things right after suffering consecutive defeats.

Suter’s men suffered a 10-wicket loss at the hands of Himley, who took Oswestry’s batting order out for 94.

Himley took advantage of a new rule, meaning they could leave the toss uncontested and choose to field as the away side.

Suter believes the bowling display from Jamie Turner, of Himley, made their time at the crease very difficult.

He said: “We would have bowled first, but we didn’t have the chance and we were then up against one of the best attacks in the league.

“Jamie took almost all the wickets and just bowled very well consistently throughout the afternoon.

“He enjoys playing against left-handed batsmen which we have a lot of.

“We unfortunately came up against him when he was at his best – he usually gets a good number of wickets throughout the season.

“It was a less disappointing performance than the week before despite the score.

“We were just beaten by the better side on the day.”

Oswestry lost for the second game in a row after they were beaten by Barnards Green in their previous fixture.

Suter hopes the side can put things right next time out against Brockhampton.

He said: “The loss was a reminder of the standard at which we’re playing and one of the main reasons why we want to stay in this division. It’s a real challenge.

“We’ll take the lessons from this game forward with us to the next time we face a good attack.

“Anyone can beat anyone in this division and that will show throughout the season.

“We enjoy being tested and that is more reason for us to continue improving and try putting it right next time out. Brockhampton are a very good side especially if their full squad is available.

“Hopefully we can take advantage of the toss this week and it can work for us rather than against us.”

Oswestry face Brockhampton away on Saturday.