BURGHILL, Tillington and Weobley remain with fate in their own hands heading into the final two games of the Worcestershire County League Division One season.

The restructuring of the Worcestershire League could still see them relegated but a bottom two finish certainly will.

They sit third from bottom with two matches to play just 19 points ahead of Pedmore.

Both sides suffered defeats last weekend with Burghill beaten by seven wickets at home to Evesham.

Bowler Adnan Sagheer took no time in ripping through the host’s top order taking 6-41 as only Toby Whitmarsh made a mark with his 29.

Coming in at seven Tim Walsh hit 30 before tail-ender Joel Aldridge added an unbeaten 38 but couldn’t help his side falling to 165 all out.

In response a good start which saw Whitmarsh take two, but a century for Mohammed Fahim Maan saw his side reach 167-3 off 26.4 overs.

Burghill host fellow bottom-half side Worcester Nomads this weekend before travelling to Pedmore on the final day.

Colwall proved no match for fourth-placed hosts Chaddesley Corbett and were forced to settle for a losing draw.

Fielding first, the visitors found wickets hard to come by as openers Mohammed Sajid and Waqas Ahmed rattled up a first wicket stand of 123.

The fightback from the bowlers saw Nick Brown and Ben Febery take four wickets each to give their side a target to chase of 248-9.

Colwall suffered an early setback as they lost Joe Blight caught without scoring off the fifth ball of their reply, but were rallied by a stand of 53 between Ben Cooke and Fergus Cameron.

Cameron would go on to top score on 63 but as they fell behind the run-rate the visitors settled for a losing draw finishing on 191-8.

In Division Two, a six-wicket haul from David Taylor helped Bromyard to a 10th league victory at Enville.

The visitors had struggled with the bat setting a target over 144 with Ed Smith top scoring on 38. However, Taylor helped them secure the win taking 6-30.

Wormelow put up a fight but eventually fell to a 99-run defeat at the hands of table-topping Oldswinford & Stourbridge Social.

Alastair Main took 4-48 to restrict the league leaders to 203-9. However, Wormelow struggled with the bat bowing out for 104.

Bartestree & Lugwardine also suffered a similar fate as they were beaten by 80 runs by Old Vigornians.

It looked to be a long afternoon for the visitors as Vigornians openers set a substantial total.

However, Ryan Trattell took 6-35 to bowl the hosts out for 200 and earned four batting points for his side.

In reply Bartestree struggled and were skittled out for 120.

Mohammed Asim Ibrar hit a half-century for Eastnor as they suffered a losing draw by Bromsgrove after falling just four runs short of victory.

Bromsgrove would have expected their total of 266-6 but a good batting performance saw Eastnor fall agonisingly short of the total.