IT has been a season to forget for Brockhampton.

Three of the club's four sides are facing relegation after a summer of disappointment.

The first team lie bottom of the Birmingham Premier Division Two and lost by 10 wickets on Saturday.

It took Harbourne less than 12 overs to hit the 151 runs they had been set by the home side to confirm the Herefordshire side's 13 league defeat of the season.

There was little to cheer about for Brockhampton Seconds who sit in the relegation places in Division Two of the Worcestershire County League.

Hope is running out with just two games to go and Saturday's six-wicket defeat to Bromsgrove did little to help matters.

The rut followed in the Marches League where Will Morrall's side finished third from bottom in Division One.

The only Brockhampton side to find themselves in the top half were the club's fourths.

They are currently placed fourth in Division Four of the Marches with three games to play.