BROCKHAMPTON claimed only their second win of the Birmingham & District Premier Division season thanks to a dramatic seven run success over Kidderminster.

The away side only needed 24 runs with five wickets in hand, but three quick wickets turned the tide and led to Brockhampton stopping their losing streak.

Openers Ashley Bullock and Alex Hinkley got Brockhampton off to a reasonable start, but three quick wickets saw them slump from 35-0 to 35-3.

And when Bullock went for 14, the villagers were 43-4.

But an excellent partnership between Henry Langford and Nick Powell steadied the ship, with the pair putting on 84.

Powell made 23 from 46 balls, while Langford hit a fine 68 off 58.

It seemed like Brock's resurgence had stopped when Adam Hewlett went first ball, which left them reeling at 130-7.

But an excellent unbeaten 26 off 25 balls from number 10 Dominic Badger proved crucial and the county side made 172.

In reply, Kidderminster were in fine nick and were seemingly cruising at 116-3.

But when Herefordshire captain Matt Pardoe went for 56, the away side failed to kick on, giving Brockhampton a chance.

Three quick wickets then saw Kidderminster reeling on 150-7 and when Jamie McIlroy bowled James Kinder, the match was anyone's.

Adam Hewlett – who took 4-50 – then removed Nathan Round before McIlroy took the last wicket to claim the dramatic win.

Brockhampton are still 39 points from safety with seven matches remaining and go to Shrewsbury this weekend.