WORMELOW whimpered out of the Worcestershire County League after suffering a 15th defeat of the season at the hands of county rivals Bartestree and Lugwardine.

After electing to step down to the Marches League next season Wormelow had one last Division Two home game to earn some local bragging rights.

The hosts elected to bat and opener Matt Deem hit 23 as they put on a stand of 33 for the opening wicket.

However, Bartestree skipper Marcus Ashcroft soon made inroads into their line-up taking six wickets for 43 runs.

Number six batsman Edmund Inkin top scored on 36 as his side were skittled out for 123.

In response Bartestree put on a solid batting display and reached the target off just 24.2 overs while on 124-3 with opener Rauri Wargent top scored on 37 which included eight fours.

In contrast Bromyard finished off a successful campaign with an emphatic 139 runs victory over bottom two side Kempsey.

Despite losing captain Edd Oliver with just two runs on the board a second wicket stand of 184 between Nick Leighton (73) and Zahid Saeed changed the tone of the innings.

Saeed went on to finish on 110 as Bromyard closed their 50-over innings on 295-7.

In the field Bromyard were equally as clinical with Will Yarnolfd taking 4-40 as their opponents fell to 119-9, only tail-ender Tristan Robinson added any resistance hitting 41 off 21 balls before losing his wicket and his side were out for 156.

Burghill, Tillington and Weobley will await the results of the league restructure to find their opponents next season after being relegated from Division One.

They suffered a four-wicket defeat to Feckenham on the final day after setting a target of 140 with Ben Parkinson top scoring on 36.

Captain Toby Wilding took 3-48 to earn his side two bowling points as the hosts raced towards their target.

A batting collapse saw Colwall lose to fellow mid-table side Worcester by 73 runs and they will have to await their fate following the restructure.

The hosts elected to bat and set a target of 200 which was limited thanks to a five-wicket haul of James Wagstaff while Ben Febery also took three.

In response an opening wicket stand of 55 between Idress Mohammad (27) and Joseph Blight (17) put Colwall in a strong position.

However, only Fergus Cameron (15) got into double figures as they were bowled out for 127 off 32 overs.

Eastnor finished third from bottom but could still be relegated when the leagues are formed following a six-wicket defeat at promoted Rushwick.

Opener Sam Beale fell one run short of his half-century while Scott Roberts hit 44 as their side were bowled out for 173.

In response the 10 different Eastnor bowlers struggled as only Scott Roberts 3-13 made inroads with Martin Loveridge bowling and catching the other as the hosts finished on 176-4.