LUCTONIANS are the new leaders of the GB Liners Marches League after trouncing Glangrwyney by eight wickets.

The reigning champions have kicked on during recent games and will now be confident that they can claim back-to-back titles.

Matt Bengry took 4-20 as Glangrynwy could only make 106, with Imalka Kankanmalage, Jake Davies, Jamie Simpson and Chris Burke also chipping in.

Will Maund (36) and James Platford (33 not out) then took Lucs to their target in just 23.3 overs.

Previous leaders Goodrich saw their match at Abergavenny-Crickhowell called off, while Kington's wobbles continue following a four-wicket defeat at Builth Wells.

Caleb Kent hit a decent unbeaten 57, but Kington could only make 179-9 off their 45 overs.

Chris Roff's 49 and Steven Fuller's 31 than saw Builth Wells home.

Garnons are now third after making light work of Brockhampton Thirds.

James Bolton took 7-13 as Brockhampton were skittled out for just 30.

Despite only scoring eight, number nine Alastair McIntosh still top scored for Brockhampton as Bolton ripped through the line-up.

Thomas James also took two wickets.

Garnons only needed 43 balls to score the necessary runs.

Elsewhere, Michael Batson's 72 helped Dales secure a dramatic seven-run win over Woolhope.

It looked like 151 would not be enough for Dales, with Richard Watts taking a fine 6-13 for Woolhope.

But only Andrew Tanner (46 not out) and Chris Watts (28) scored any notable runs for Woolhope as Chris Breeze (4-36) and Andy Dawson (3-16) ripped through their attack.

In Division Two, leaders Ross-on-Wye thrashed Colwall Thirds by seven wickets.

Harry King took 4-19 as Ross skittled Colwall out for just 94.

Toby Hiram then hit an unbeaten 57 when Ross were put into bat.

Elsewhere, second-placed Cleobury Mortimer saw off Presteigne by five wickets, Canon Frome thrashed Eastnor Thirds by 190 runs thanks to an excellent 153 from opener Sam Pratley and Almeley beat Ledbury by six wickets.

In Division Three, there were wins for Ledbury Seconds and Talybont-on-Usk against Garnons Seconds and Builth Wells Seconds respectively, while leaders Strollers had a winning draw at Goodrich Seconds.

Herefordians, meanwhile, march on at the top of Division Four thanks to an eight-wicket victory over Bosbury.