OSWESTRY captain Dean Suter insists his side will take the remainder of the season one game at a time after they regained the top spot on the weekend.

The Bordermen went top after a comfortable victory over bottom-of-the-table Brockhampton.

Overseas pro Larry Samarakoon stole the show again as he took his fifth consecutive five-wicket haul to make it a miserable afternoon for the visiting batsmen.

Suter’s men now sit a point clear at the top of the table with four games remaining, however he wants to ensure the players do not get ahead of themselves.

“Saturday couldn’t have gone better,” he said.

“The grounds staff had done an unbelievable job to make the pitch playable after the weather last week.

“When we arrived on Saturday morning, it was pretty much all ready for us to play on, so that was excellent work from them.

“We then won the toss, which was important considering how low on confidence Brockhampton have been recently.

“In terms of the game itself, our bowling was phenomenal.

“With four games to go, and in our position, we’re just taking each game as it comes starting with Tamworth on Saturday – we’re not thinking further than that.”

The skipper was full of praise again for Samarakoon after another standout performance.

He added: “There are people at the club who have more than 20 years of playing experience, and they’re saying they’ve never seen anything like Larry.

“Five five-wicket hauls in a row is incredible.

“Having someone like him is hugely important; he’s pretty much unplayable.

“He’s bowling yorkers for fun at the moment and causing all sorts of problems for visiting teams.”

Oswestry have four fixtures remaining, starting with an away trip to second-from-bottom Tamworth on Saturday (12pm start).