SOMERSET wrapped up the largest victory in domestic cricket history as they crushed Cardiff MCCU by 568 runs in Taunton.

Craig Overton (6-24) and Josh Davey (4-21) shared the second innings wickets between them as the students were bowled out for just 46.

Eddie Byrom had earlier recorded his maiden century for Somerset, finishing unbeaten on 115 as the hosts declared on 345-9.

Byrom's runs came from 158 balls with 13 fours and a six, while Overton chipped in with 58.

The Cardiff second innings was in trouble from the outset as both Overton and Davey struck in their respective first overs, and the former finished with new career-best First Class figures.

Speaking afterwards, Overton said: "It is nice to get out on grass again.

"I have had a frustrating winter with various injuries so to score some runs and get some wickets is important for me.

"I'm still a bit rusty but I'm getting there."