JOSIAH Caunter and Elliott Staddon claimed four wickets each to speed Cornwood to an 82-run win over Paignton.

Skipper Staddon was hoping for a bounce-back win to compensate for losing the top-of-the-table clash against Sandford seven days earlier.

Matt Skeemer, Cornwood’s form player with bat and ball, top scored with 61 off 78 balls in an all-out total of exactly 200.

Cornwood lost opener Ben Privett in the first over, but a stand of 98 between Skeemer and Ben Beaumont (35) got the innings up and running.

Luke Medlock’s three for 30 from eight overs was the pick of Paignton’s bowling. Mark Orchard and Cole Harford took two wickets each.

Skeemer (2-17) knocked over both Paignton openers in a running total of 24-2.

The Ward brothers appeared to have turned things round for Paignton during a stand that took the total to 107-3.

Caunter spinning out Charlie Ward was the start of a terminal decline and they finished 118 all out.