WORMELOW could be relegated from the Worcestershire County League Division Two this weekend even though there would be three ties remaining.

The Herefordshire side sit 72 points below third from bottom Himbleton with a maximum of 96 to play for going into the final four games.

The bottom two sides will be relegated, but more could be moved due to the league re-organisation.

Last weekend Wormelow suffered a 96 runs defeat at the hands of Old Vigornians who set a target of 210-9.

Luke Sparrow 4-64 and Alastair Mann 4-45 helped keep the run rate down after a fast start to their innings.

However, in reply Wormelow were well short eventually being bowled out for 112 with Elliot Williams top scoring on 26.

Bromyard saw their promotion ambitions receive a huge blow as they suffered a two wickets defeat at the hands of Droitwich Spa.

After putting their hosts into bat a century by Martyn Davies and 76 from Ian Cottrill helped their side to set a target of 258-8.

Meanwhile in Division Three, Eastnor saw their healthy target of 243-9 chased and passed by Lye off just 27.1 overs played.

Scott Roberts hit a half-century and Shahid Ahmed 82 for the hosts but their target was easily reached by the league leaders.

Bromyard uncharacteristically struggled with the bat with skipper Ed Oliver out for a duck and the reliable Zahid Saeed only hitting 11.

However, all-rounder Josh Van Rensburg did add 33 and after being promoted from a recent spell with the seconds Ben Whittenbury top scored with a half-century, but his side were beaten.

Bartestree & Lugwardine will be grateful of their breathing room to the bottom two after suffering a ninth defeat of the season at the hands of fellow strugglers Himbleton.

Alastair Pretty hit 94 for the hosts and Stuart Dickenson 70 on their way to setting a target of 253 with bowlers Marcus Ashcroft and Ryan Trattell taking five wickets each.

Bartestree opener Wilf Munn led the attack with 89 but only Andy Jones (42) was able to build a substantial partnership with him as their side fell to 220.

In Division One, Colwall recorded their first win in four matches as they beat Feckenham by five wickets thanks to a solid team performance.

The Herefordshire visitors electing to field and opener Andrew Kings set his stall hitting 81 of his side’s 217-8 total off their 50 overs.

Mike King kept the wickets falling taking four for 63 while Mike Gooch also claimed three wickets.

In reply skipper Ben Cooke set the tone with 69 runs including 12 fours as they quickly closed in on the target.

Nick Brown contributed with 45 before an unbeaten half-century by Ben Febery helped them to 218 with 10 overs spare.