COLWALL completed the double over Worcestershire League Division One title rivals Hagley as a nerve wracking finale saw them clinch a narrow 20-run victory.

Despite ideal conditions, both sides struggled to find their batting form in a low-scoring contest in which bowlers dominated.

There was little indication of the problems to come for Colwall as home openers Ben Cooke and Nick Panniers hit 39 runs from the first ten overs.

However, once Cooke was bowled out for 15 wickets started to fall.

Panniers fell for 32 as the hosts were skittled out for 133.

After a promising start Hagley’s middle-order also failed to make an impact as

Daniel Newby (2-17), Michael Gooch (2-20) and Ben Febery (3-10) bowled the visitors out for 113.

The victory takes Colwall back to the top of Division One and 15 points clear of second place Hagley.

Bromyard maintained their promotion bid after a knock of 99 by Rob Willis which included 17 fours saw them chase down a respectable target of 235-5.

Also in the promotion hunt are Burghill, Tillington and Weobley who put in an emphatic performance with the ball to bowl Bredon out for 101.

With the bat Burghill were never in trouble and ran out seven-wicket victors.

Brockhampton seconds pulled out of the Division Two relegation zone after recording their fourth win of the season at promotion chasing Lye.

Robert Protheroe took 3-25 as the Brockhampton bowlers stunned their hosts by restricting them to setting a target of 122 off 30 overs.

Openers Protheroe (23) and Charles Skyrme (20) gave the Herefordshire side a good start in reply before wickets started to tumble.

Only Cameron Bateman (25) could hinder the progress of bowler Waqas Ahmed (4-34) as Brockhampton reached their target with two wickets remaining.

Bartestree and Lugwardine look stranded at the basement of Division Two after suffering a 70-run defeat to fellow strugglers Enville.

Will Eckley and Kieran Smith took three wickets each as they restricted Enville to an achievable target of 199-8.

However, despite knocks of 42 for wicket keeper David Robinson and opener Kieran Smith’s 35 run effort their side fell for 129-8.

Finally, Eastnor maintained their mid-table position in Division Four after recording a three-wicket win over Halesowen thirds thanks partly to Ian Milton’s half-century.