COLWALL clinched two trophies in as many weeks and remain in the league title hunt.

The villagers beat Malvern Artefacts by five runs in a dramatic end to the Worcester Evening League's Tansell Cup in the final on Ghost Meadow.

Skipper James Wagstaff followed up useful late runs in Colwall’s total of 87-8 to take 4-8 with his leg-spin as Artefacts were bowled out for 82 in reply.

The last two wickets came in the final over when just seven runs were needed.

A week later Colwall added a second trophy to their silverware cabinet by winning the Worcester Carnival Cup after beating Old Vigornians by 48 runs at Rushwick.

Put in to bat in this 10 eight-ball over final, Colwall were given a perfect start by openers PJ Recordon (20) and Ben Febery (16) who took 36 off two overs before both were caught.

That brought Ben Wheeler to the crease and he was in typically brutal form as he smashed six sixes in reaching 50 before retiring and with Matt Morgan adding 27 Colwall reached 131-5 off their allotted overs.

Vigornians also made an impressive start in reply, Osman Fiaz (23) and Henry Armstrong (25) taking them to 40 before the first wicket fell but they could not maintain the pace and wickets for Mike Gooch, Recordon and Febery kept them in check.

Colwall skipper James Wagstaff then came on to settle the issue taking 3-6 in two overs to limit Vigornians to 83-7 and clinch the trophy.