WORMELOW hold a three-point lead going into the final match of the GB Liners Marches League Division One season.

Their latest triumph saw them end the title challenge of reigning champions Luctonians following a 91-run victory.

With a handful of points between the sides going into the crunch match opener Matt Deam set the standard for his side with a knock of 82, including eight fours.

When Deam departed the crease Wormelow were on 179-4 with skipper Tom Cutler amongst those contributing as his side closed their 45 overs on 250-7.

In stark contrast Luctonians struggled to make inroads into their target and found themselves facing a heavy defeat at 63-6 as Cutler took 4-39.

A 44 for Ed Rollings and 36 for Craig Lawrence helped to salvage some pride, but their side saw their title dreams ends.

Garnons dropped a bowling point as Builth Wells hung on to a losing draw, but finished well short of their target of 349-3.

Opener Jack Stockdale led the way for the Byford side hitting a century while George Cotterall (97) and Theodore Spreckley (81) contributed to the emphatic total off 45 overs.

Half-centuries by Sam Williams and Tim Richards helped boost Builth’s reply to 163-5 before wickets started to tumble thanks to Thomas James 5-18.

However, the hosts hung on to finish on 201-9.

Wormelow host bottom half side Builth Wells in the final game of the season while Garnons welcome relegated Glangrwyney

Woolhope remain in the driving seat in Division Two and know that three points on the final day will secure them the title.

They continued their march towards the title with an eight-wicket win over Garnons seconds on Saturday after chasing down a target of 155-7.

Opener Mikey Weaver set his stool with an unbeaten 46 before Will Tanner came in and hit 70 including 11 fours.

Canon Frome have a faint title hope after recording a seven-wicket win Luctonians seconds.