MOCCAS Cricket Club sit top of the Marches Division Three after an impressive 123-run win over Kington seconds.

Batting first the partnership of Tom Price (67) and Matthew James (69) gave the visitors an impressive score of 234-6.

With the ball James Macleod (4-40) and Alan Harris (4-15) aided their side to victory.

Wormelow seconds sit just a point behind the early leaders after beating Ross-On-Wye seconds.

Batting first Wormelow racked up 292-8 from their 40 overs.

Tom Price got the innings off to a flyer, hitting 43 before captain Dan Hale (67), Ben Porter (47) and Luke Jones (42) ensured that runs flowed through the innings. For the visitors Wayne Husbands picked up 2-30.

In reply Ross scored slowly throughout the innings with the last pair managing to survive to ensure they picked up some draw points.

Luke Timewell top scored with 19 as the Ross innings closed on 104-9, Hale 4-27 and Porter 2-13 led the way with the ball.

In the Marches Division One Goodrich beat Wormelow by three to go top.

. Batting first Wormelow were dismissed for 206, Dave Thomas top scored with 57 whilst Jack Lewis picked up 3-36.

In reply Goodrich reached their target for the loss of seven wickets in the 39th over.

Skipper Sam Griffiths 63 and Harry Porter 44 were the main contributors whilst under-15’s duo Isaac Evans 2-16 and Joe Pennington 2-46 were the pick of the Wormelow attack.

In the Worcestershire County League Premier division there was disappointing defeats for Brockhampton, Bromyard and Colwall, who all struggled with the bat.

Burghill, Tillington and Weobley faired better with the bat hitting 211-9 in Division Two but saw Astwood Bank seconds chase down their total.

Bartestree & Lugwardine maintained their promotion push with a 134-run win over Alvechurch & Hopwood.

Will Maund laid a steady foundation, followed by a display of fireworks as Ranjit William hit a quick-fire 56, with partner Andy Rogers powering on to 72.

With young Adam Davies adding 34 the total of 247 gave the bowlers a good chance.

After their first wickets fell, the Alvechurch response was dispirited, and Davies (6-24) and Ryan Trattell (3-9) saw them off for only 113.