EASTNOR and Wormelow both need wins this weekend as the Worcestershire County League season reaches a climax.

Both teams are fighting for their lives near the foot of their respective divisions, although both teams know that they will be safe with victories.

Eastnor go to Pedmore in a mouthwatering Division One encounter, while Wormelow host Belbroughton in Division Two.

Eastnor have had 90 points deducted this season, meaning that they could have been handily placed in fifth place.

As it is, they are second-from-bottom are go to a Pedmore side who are just 11 points above the drop.

Wormelow meanwhile could have ensured their safety last weekend, but the weather cost them in their match against Evesham.

Second-placed Evesham were in deep trouble at 36-4, with captain Tom Cutler claiming three wickets.

But the weather ultimately won the day and Wormelow will try for another win on Saturday.

Their cause was helped by Lye's match at Bromyard also being abandoned.

Bromyard are not quite safe, but a 17 point cushion should be enough with only match remaining.

This Saturday, Bromyard go to third-from-bottom Old Vigornians.

One team who are relieved to have stayed in Division One are Colwall.

The Herefordshire side had hopes of challenging for promotion this season having juts missed out last year.

But they have been stuck near the bottom of the division throughout the campaign and only ensured their safety last weekend thanks to other matches being abandoned.

Colwall's encounter against Pedmore was also called off with Colwall at 21-2 off 9.3 overs.

One match that did reach a finish was at Burghill, Tillington & Weobley, where Redditch clinched the Division One title.

Redditch posted 208-9 off 35 overs, with Sam Johnston 94-37) the pick of the Burghill bowlers.

Jack Myers also took two wickets, while Toby Wildig and Ben Parkinson taking one apiece.

However, the Herefordshire side could not cope with the Redditch bowling attack when they batted and were skittled out for just 96.

Tim Walsh top scored with 32, with Parkinson (13) the only other player who got into double figures.

The weather also frustrated Bartestree & Lugwardine, who were on course for a win over Kempsey to keep their Division Three promotion hopes alive.

Kempsey went into the game in second place, but were bowled out for just 74.

Both Sam Bowen and Ryan Trattell took three wickets, with captain Marcus Ashcroft helping himself to two.

Bartestree then raced to 56-1 in just over 11 overs, but the bad weather meant that the umpire called it a day.

The rain also resulted in Brockhampton's game against Walsall being abandoned, consigning the villagers to relegation.

Daryl Mitchell once again showed his prowess with the bat, scoring 82 runs off 88 balls for Brockhampton.

Henry Langford (56) also contributed well, resulting in the hosts making 158-5 before the match was abandoned.

However, a win for the Seconds has provided them with hope that they can stay up.

Brockhampton go into their final game against bottom club Halesowen just five points from safety after beating Hagley by three wickets.