A SEVEN-WICKET haul for James Bolton helped Garnons pick up 24 points after an emphatic eight-wicket victory over Glangrwyney, who they bowled out for 67.

Paul Williams saw Garnons over the line with an unbeaten 48 after the visitors lost two early wickets.

The win took them to a single point behind leaders Wormelow who took a winning draw over Builth Wells.

A century for Matt Deem wasn’t enough for Wormelow as they dropped a point in the race in the GB Lines Marches League Division One title race.

After electing to bat Wormelow put a huge target of 250-5 on the board with Luke Jones (34) also contributing.

In reply the hosts struggled with the ball with Dylan McPhee hitting an unbeaten 89 as Builth Wells held on at 215-6 for a losing draw.

Goodrich remain in the title charge after picking up maximum points during a three-wicket victory over Strollers.

Meanwhile a solid middle-order display for the Luctonians batting line-up including a half century for

Ben George helped them to a victory over Kington.

The reigning champions were sat on 44-4 before George helped to pull his side to 192.

After his century last weekend Michael Green fell for 44 runs in reply during an opening wicket stand of 58. However, Ben George ripped through the Kington order taking 4-36 and Matt Bengry 3-9.

An opening wicket stand of 145 helped Canon Frome to a nine-wicket victory over Division Two title challengers Woolhope with Pete Richards (63) and Ben Child (77) doing the damage.

That allowed Dales to extend their lead at the top after a knock of 140 for Jonathan Jones took them to a 172-run win over Luctonians seconds.