A HEAVY defeat at the hands of bottom club Droitwich Spa means that Eastnor still have work to do to ensure their Worcestershire County League Division One status.

The villagers lost by nine wickets, meaning they are still1 12 points from safety with just two games remaining.

Waqas Ahmed was again useful with the bat, but his 67 proved in vain.

Suleyman Shah (28) and Mohammed Munir (25) were the only other players who got into doubles as Eastnor were skittled out for 177.

Droitwich then eased to their target in 22 overs; Ash Fearnall top scoring with 99.

Colwall are almost safe after claiming a losing draw against Feckenham.

Batting first, Feckenham made 260-6 from their 50 overs, with Ancin Nedd taking three wickets for Colwall and Michael Gooch two.

Colwall had the worst possible start in replay when Nick Brown was caught behind off the first ball of the second over.

But Fergus Cameron came in to share a stand of 64 with Mike King; the latter eventually making 45.

Other players also picked up useful runs, but a win was always asking too much and Colwall settled for a draw, closing in on 213-9.

Burghill, Tillington and Weobley meanwhile had a handsome seven-wicket win over Pedmore.

Four wickets from Jack Myers saw Burghill bowl out their opponents for 180.

Burghill then comfortably reached their target in just 30 overs.

Barney Morgan was again productive with the bat, finishing unbeaten on 64, while Owen Morgan (39) and Ben Parkinson (37 not out) also contributed.

It's getting very tight at the bottom of Division Two, with Wormelow and Bromyard still not safe.

Wormelow are seven points above the relegation zone, while Bromyard are 17.

However, Bromyard have got fellow strugglers Lye and Old Vigornians in their final two games, while Wormelow have high-fliers Evesham and Belbroughton.

Last Saturday, Wormelow settled for a losing draw at Oldswinford & Stourbridge Social, while Bromyard narrowly lost by four runs to Enville.

Meanwhile in Division Three, six wickets from Ryan Trattell saw Bartestree & Lugwardine ease to a 72 run win against Five Ways Old Edwardians.