COLWALL hit a target too good to chase as they continued to climb Division One of the Worcestershire County League following a victory by 130 runs over Feckenham.

The Stowe Lane side took advantage of a good day for batting as they set a respectable target of 270 all-out, skipper Ben Wheeler led by example top scoring with 67

Bowling was costly for Feckham with Neil Evans topping the figures at 3-36.

In response the visitors failed to get going and despite hitting six fours opener Muhammad Idrees could only manage 28 before being caught by James Abel.

Ancil Nedd (5-20) played havoc with the visitor's tail taking the final three wickets for 10 runs as they fell to 140 all-out.

Eastnor gave their league survival another boost after clinching their fifth win from nine games with a 153-run victory over Droitwich Spa.

Solid batting performances throughout the side saw them hit a target of 249, with Shahid Ahmed top scoring on 38.

Ahmed was equally as good with the ball taking 4-23 as their visitors fell to 45-6 before being all-out for 96.

Despite being deducted 85 league points for fielding an ineligible player they now sit just 21 points from safety.

Burghill, Tillington and Weobley will be looking over their shoulders after suffering a fifth defeat of the season against relegation threatened Pedmore.

Paul Taylor hit 124 and captain Dan Jones (81) as the visitors hit an impressive target of 304, despite bowling figures of 5-47 by James Burston.

In reply three early wickets saw Burghill fall for 12-3 before youngster Barney Morgan helped to steady the ship with 69 along with Owen Morgan (36).

Despite this they were well short of the target finishing all out for 219.

In Division Two Wormelow took their first victory of the season after Oldswinford & Stourbridge Social fell 16 runs short of a target of 249.

An unbeaten pairing of Matthew Evans and James Snow put on a stand of 97 as both batsmen reached half-centuries and Wormelow reached 249-4 off their 50 overs.

In reply despite an early knock of 63 by Joe Siddaway, bowling figures of 4-27 by Elliot Ward helped reduce Oldswinford to 233-9 from 50 overs.

Finally, Bartestree & Lugwardine recorded a five wickets victory over Five Ways Old Edwardians successfully hitting a run chase of 311 with two overs spare.

Russ Barnett hit 104 for Bartestree from 47 balls as they finished on 312-5.