GOODRICH have returned to the summit of Marches League Division One after thrashing Dales.

The villagers skittled their opponents for just 57, with Joe Provis taking 3-2.

Provis also starred with the bat with his 65 helping his side reach 162.

Dales bowled well, with Michael Batson taking 4-32, but ultimately their batting let them down.

Previous leaders Kington fell to a three wicket defeat to Garnons.

In a rain affected game, Garnons posted 172-7 off 33 overs thanks to an excellent 78 from opener Ben Elias and a 60 from Thomas James; Wayne Morgan taking 4-25 for Kington.

Despite Michael Green's fine 73, Kington were bowled out for just 137, with James Debenham 94-11) the pick of Garnons' bowlers.

Reigning champions Luctonians claimed a winning draw against Woolhope.

Matt Bengry's unbeaten 77 and James Platford's 75 helped Lucs post 254-5 off their 40 overs.

However, Woolhope persevered and managed to bat their allotted overs with two wickets in hand to get a losing draw.

Elsewhere, Abergavenny-Crickhowell saw off Brockhampton Thirds by six wickets thanks to a 41 from Robin Holgate.

Only two matches in Division Two were able to be completed and they both ended in draws.

Ross-on-Wye claimed a winning draw against Canon Frome thanks to an excellent 92 from Toby Hiram, while Colwall Thirds achieved the same feat against Almeley.

John Card hit an unbeaten 97 for Colwall, while Dick Tugwell scored 43.

There were also only two matches that took place in Division Three,

Leaders Strollers thrashed Ledbury Second by 10 wickets , with Ben Boswell snapping up seven wickets for just 16 runs, while Builth Wells Second claimed a winning draw against Burghill, Tillington & Weobley.

Opener Dylan McPhee scored an unbelievable 279 as Builth posted a stunning 386-4 off their 45 overs.

However, they were only able to snap up nine of the Burghill wickets and had to settle for a winning draw.

The only Division Four match that took place was at Kington where Wormelow Thirds hammered the Seconds by 10 wickets; James Worsfold and Callum Omelasz both taking three wickets.