BERKSHIRE will be without skipper James Morris for their Unicorns Championship match against Wiltshire at Falkland CC starting on Sunday (11am). He has commitments at Elstree School where he teaches.

So younger brother Richard will take over the captaincy as Berkshire look to make it back-to-back wins following their 212-run trouncing of Wales Minor Counties last week when the Henley batsman scored 205 in the first innings.

However, he was not alone in making a double century, as on the same day Steve Bullen was smashing 205 for Wiltshire against Dorset at Corsham.

Wilts went on to win by 218 runs, and that leaves them just two points behind Berkshire, the Western Division leaders after two games.

The national champions will also be missing Waqas Hussain as the Henley batsman is getting married, while Wellington College cricket commitments rule out Jack Davies.

But Andy Rishton, who crashed 146 off 88 balls for Loughborough Town two weeks ago, and Euan Woods return, both having missed the Wales game.

Sam Burgess and Joe Thomas, who made their debuts at Abergavenny, retain their places in the squad, while Harry Jordan and Archie Carter are also included in the 13th.

Head coach Tom Lambert will confirm the starting XI on the morning of the match.

He commented: "I asked for a champions' performance on and off the field in Wales and it was delivered to a man. I am now asking for a repeat against Wiltshire."

Squad: Ollie Wilkin (Ealing), Sam Burgess (Sunbury), Euan Woods (Henley), Richard Morris (capt, Henley), Andy Rishton (Loughborough Town), Dan Lincoln (Finchampstead), Joe Thomas (Datchet), Stewart Davison (wkt, Henley), Chris Peploe (Datchet), Tom Nugent (Henley), Ali Akbar (Slough), Harry Jordan (Henley), Archie Carter (Wokingham).