BURHILL, Tillington and Weobley seconds overcame table toppers Worcester Amigos and broke records along the way.

Worcestershire County League Division Seven (South) leaders Amigos arrived in Herefordshire with just eight players.

Burghill skipper Clive Chadhani took full advantage winning the toss and batting on a warm sunny day and on a pitch which looked pristine and full of runs.

Some 494 runs later, the Burgs had recorded their highest ever score in a home league game.  

It was carnage from the outset.  Flat track bullies were licking their lips to get a piece of the action.

Jake Kinderman was in devastating form, smashing 140, which included 19 fours and 5 sixes.  His hitting was imperious and he finished with his highest score to date.  

Not to be outdone Jasper Darke blazed a century in record time.  His innings of 110 not out, with 13 fours and 7 sixes, was a mixture of muscled lofted drives and caressing the ball to the boundary.

Earlier, Rob Garrard (69) led the way with his highest score of the season and there was a quick fire 64 from the hard hitting Moncy Koshy.

All the Amigos bowlers took a pasting with five of their eight players picking one wicket up each.

They were no match for a determined Burghill side who finished on 494-5 off 45 overs.

Led by skipper Reebu Babu the Amigos set off at lighting rate and gave Burghill a taste of their own medicine.

Babu raced to a century before Burghill captain Chud had seen enough and brought himself into the attack.  

Chud got to work and cleaned up Babu (102 with 14 fours and 6 sixes) and Vishnu Sami to finish with 2-4 from his solitary over. B

However, Babu had little support as only Sujeesh Mohan (19) and Manu Pappachan (19) managed to get into double figures.

The Amigos surrendered their top spot after being bowled out for 191 off 24.2 overs to give the home side a 303 run win.

Chadhani top scored off his single over bowling, while Moncy Koshy, George Stevenson, Aneesh Thomas and Will Priday all picked up wickets.

The crowd were entertained, with nearly 700 runs being scored in 70 overs.

In the GB Liners Marches Division One it was Goodrich who took pole position following a 33-run win against Wormelow.

Goodrich elected to bat and set an imposing target of 265-6 off 45 overs thanks to half centuries by Harry Porter (60), Andrew Brown (74no) and Jack Waldis (52).

Opener Luke Jones gave Wormelow hope of chasing the target with 68 leaving his side well placed at 109-3.

However, Wormelow lost wickets throughout until Jack Donovan gave them renewed hope but ran out of batting partners while on an unbeaten 67.