BROCKHAMPTON'S struggles continued on Saturday when they fell to an eight-wicket loss to Dorridge in Birmingham & District League Premier Division.

The villagers are now 58 points from safety with eight matches remaining and have it all to do if they want to avoid a return back to Division One.

Brockhampton were skittled for just 107 against Dorridge, with Worcestershire's Daryl Mitchell top-scoring with 21.

Mitchell was the first wicket to fall when he was clean bowled by Herefordshire's David Ball before James Ayres got rid of Adam Hewlett and Alex Hinckley.

Ayres then clean bowled Joe Crichard for just one as the Brockhampton wickets started to tumble.

Henry Langford and Dinusha Fernando went for nine and five respectively while Ian Bullock also made nine before he was caught and bowled by Ifikhar Ahmad.

Captain Nick Powell was next to go for 10, with Dominic Badger and Luke Tulacz the final wickets to fall.

Dorridge only needed 28.3 overs to reach their target, with opener Andrew Umeed top scoring with an unbeaten 53.

Aqeel Ahmed also hit an unbeaten 36, with Jamie McIlroy and Fernando taking the only wickets for Brockhampton.