The Sunday side lost again, this time at Corfe Mullen.
Triangle scraped together a side of 9 stout men to take on last season's champions, Corfe Mullen. The home side promptly won the toss and had a bat.
The experimental opening seam partnership of Randell (0/61) and Sawyer (1/40) picked up an unlikely wicket from Elliott's low full toss, but yielded 78 runs.
That barrage from the first 7 overs set the tone for the rest of the innings as Corfe Mullen racked up a massive 363 from their 40 overs, just short of the record 382 conceded against Bridport in 2001.
Simon Barrett was the pick of the bowlers with 2/46, including at least 4 deliveries that turned during his spell, one which removed the opener Sean Mulley.
Triangle's reply started badly as they slumped to 37/6, with only Matt Randell (12) reaching double figures. Simon Barrett (15) and Ryley Marsh (15) dug in to give the score some respectability until Triangle were bowled out for 70.
The 1st XI kept up the pressure on the Division 2 leaders with a resounding win at home to Blandford.
Triangle made it 3 wins in a row with a 96-run victory at Reforne. Simon Proffitt starred with the ball, taking 5 wickets in a blistering spell that tore through Blandford's top order.
Batting first Triangle posted 170 on a pitch that was still recovering from a burst water main earlier in the week, proving decidely two-paced. Matt Barrett (33) prevailed with the bat, where others failed to give Triangle a healthy total.
The visitor's reply never got going as they were unable to cope with the rapid Proffitt, fired up after a rare failure with the bat. Rob Townley gave good support at the other end, picking up a wicket for his troubles. Matt Barrett was brought on to replace Simon and clean up the tail as Blandford were bowled out for 74.
It was 3rd against 4th in Division 5 as the 2nds narrowly lost by 2 wickets.
Asked to bat first PRT openers Price and Munro added 42 until George was out to a fine caught and bowled for 2. Grant Lee (2) and Tony Morris (5) briefly troubled the scorers as Portland were soon 58/3.
Price (59) led the recovery with Nathan Cornish, who bludgeoned his way to 36, almost exclusively over mid-on's head. The 46-run partnership was abruptly ended when Price was given out lbw charging spinner Robbins.
Cornish continued his assault as Triangle were bowled out for 134.
Blandford's reply stuttered as Robbins then Moore went in successive balls, the first bowled by Jodie Locke, then Moore went for a suicidal single, leaving them 12/2.
Triangle steadily took wickets with Locke adding another to finish a frugal spell with 2/22; Morris (2/24) and Jack Marsh (1/35) broke through the middle order, along with 2 more run outs as the home side started to panic.
Gale and Bath kept a cool head at the end as they got over the line, with Triangle unable to pick up the final wicket.
This week's flashback is to 2011 and another attempt at breaking the club's batting record: Chris Leake had a go against Compton House...
Melvyn Tremlin's top score of 157 stood for 22 years until Gary Randell surpassed it with 178* in 2003. Jon Dixon then smashed through the 200 barrier just 3 years later, in a memorable match-winning innings of 208 against Bridport.
Half a decade on, Chris Leake matched Dicko's score with an unbeaten knock at Reforne, as well as setting a new record 2nd wicket partnership of 260 with Simon Proffitt.
Jon could only sit and watch, but he would share the headlines by taking 7 wickets, on a good batting wicket, to seal the victory.
The Sunday side recorded their 5th defeat of the season at home to Dewlish.
Triangle won the toss on a baking hot day at Reforne, and luckily skipper Midgley chose to bat. Callan Laws (27) and Matt Randell (13) started at a brisk pace adding 50 for the first wicket.
However, they both fell soon after, but the islanders recovered through the hard-hitting Cameron Midgley (34), pushing the socre on to 106. His departure heralded the collapse as PRT were soon bowled out for 126.
Dewlish made short work of the run chase, knocking off the runs in the 17th over, with Nathan Cornish (1/40) picking up the solitary wicket.
You can buy your tickets to watch the PRT vs Lashings All Stars game on 4th August, through the Eventbrite website
This ticket gives you all-day access to watch the game around the boundary and also the evening entertainment, featuring a number of bands, including The Klezbians!.
Tickets are £5 for Adults, £2 for Under 16's (a small booking fee is charged for online purchases) - click the link below to book. Tickets can also be purchased on the day.
Lashings All Stars will be putting on a training session with their international stars. Children of all ages are welcome to attend, but must be accompanied by an adult.
If you wish to book a spot for a junior player at the youth coaching session, follow the same link and select Youth Coaching Session Ticket. The cost of this session is FREE!