A MAXIMUM 25-point victory for Wormelow saw them regain top spot in the GB Liners Marches League as the battle for Division One honours continues.

A knock of 84 off 86 ball, including nine fours, by Edward Melly set the tone for the title hopefuls while Elliott Williams and James Snow contributed with half centuries as they set a target of 286-9.

In response Abergavenny & Crickhowell put up a fight, largely down to skipper

Nick Francis hitting 72 off 59 balls.

However, bowling of Jordan Reading 3-50 while two wickets each for Alastair Main and Joe Snow secured a 82-run win.

Previous league leaders Garnons were denied two batting points after bowling Strollers out for just 100 during a six-wicket win.

James Bolton and Carl Lewis led the bowling taking three wickets each as only Mike Berry (34) was able to offer any resistance.

In response an unbeaten fifth wicket stand of 49 between Theodore Spreckley (29) and Duane Evans (22) helped their side over the line.

Garnons remain just a single point behind the leaders with five games remaining.

An unbeaten century by Matt Bengry helped Luctonians keep the pressure on with a comfortable victory over bottom three side Brockhampton thirds.

Opener James Platford along with Ben George both hit half centuries for the reigning champions.

Brockhampton went down fighting with opener Tom Skerrett (56) helping them to 115-4 before

Frederick Ralph hit 50.

However, bowlers Pete Griffiths (4-43) and Matt Bengry (3-45) consistently took wickets as their opponents fell for 211-9.

Goodrich also remain in the title race after overcoming Builth Wells by one wicket in an agonising finish.

Chasing a target of 180, opener Adam McClarty carried his bat through the majority of the innings amassing 82 runs as wickets fell around him.

Needing 12 off the last wicket last man Ralph Heaven Richards hit 10 to see his side pick up a vital win.

Finally fifth place Kington remain just 17 points behind the league leaders after picking up maximum points during a six-wicket win over Glangrwyney.