LUCTONIANS will be hoping to clinch a league and cup double this week in the GB Liners Marches League.

The north Herefordshire side will clinch the Division One title for the second successive year should they beat Brockhampton Thirds.

The only side who can catch them are Goodrich, who face a potentially tricky test at Kington.

Luctonians go into their match on the back of winning the Twenty-20 Senior Senior Knock-out Cup.

Unbeaten knocks of 42 and 32 from Ian Probert and Duane Evans respectively saw Lucs beat Builth Wells by 43 runs following a stuttering start.

Lucs were reeling at 30-3 after James Platford, Will Maund and Ed Rollings went cheaply, but they soon turned it around.

In reply, Builth Wells failed to form many partnerships and never looked like getting near their target of 173.

In the league, four wickets each for Imalka Kankanmalage and Maund saw Lucs thrash Abergavenny-Crickhowell by 131 runs.

Duncan Platford top scored with 85.

Buith did have the consolation of comfortably beating Woolhope by eight wickets on Saturday.

Elsewhere, Goodrich saw off Glangrwyney by six wickets thanks to a 75 from Chris Cookey, while Garnons beat Dales by eight wickets.

The Junior Twenty-20, meanwhile, went to Talybont-on-Usk.

Luke Bowen and Richard James both snapped up three wickets as Wormelow were restricted to 100-8.

Fine knocks by Dan Bowen (44) and Bowen (32) than saw the Welsh side home.

Meanwhile, Ross-on-Wye have clinched the Division Two title after stepping down to the Marches League.

Harry Friend scored 87 as Ross made 221-8 against rivals Cleobury Mortimer.

Excellent bowling from Andrew Tingle (6-26) then saw Ross home as Cleobury were bowled out for 111.

The second promotion spot will be contested by Cleobury and Canon Frome, who face each other this Saturday.

Only five points separate the two sides after Canon Frome saw off Knighton-on-Teme by five wickets.

Christopher Boyson, Nicko Evans, Luke Cottrell and Suresh Panchaksharaiah all took two wickets for Canon Frome, while Andy Rogers top scored with 63.

Elsewhere, Luctonians Seconds and Ledbury enjoyed convincing wins, thrashing Eastnor Thirds and Colwall Thirds by 171 runs and 104 runs respectively.

In Division Three, there were wins for Canon Frome Seconds and Strollers, while Talybont-on-Usk and Ledbury Seconds had winning draws.

And in Division Four, the victors were Colwall Fourths, Herefordians and Wormelow Thirds.