PROFESSIONAL spin-bowler Brett D’Oliveira left Brockhampton in a daze taking three wickets and hitting a century as they fell to a nine-wicket defeat at the hands of Ombersley.

After loosing the toss The Parks' men were put into bat and got off to a promising opening with Worcestershire batsman Daryl Mitchell scoring 31 off 62 balls including five fours before falling foul of an lbw from Frederick Wynn.

Fellow opener Ashley Bullock stood his ground for much longer reaching 96 and when Henry Langford reached his half-century the hosts were looking good on 144-1.

However, wickets started tumbling with D’Oliveira taking 3-56 and Ombersley also restricted their hosts' run rate leaving them on 270-6 from 55 overs

D’Oliveira, aged 25, who has hit 1,659 first-class runs for Worcestershire since making his debut in 2012 was even more effective with the bat.

Opening batting he hit an unbeaten 158 from 133 balls including 23 fours and three sixes to see the Worcestershire side home with 10 overs to spare.

Supporting roles were played by Liam Gwynne (53) in an opening stand of 106 and Uday Kaul (56 not out) in an unbroken second-wicket stand of 165.

The Parks side did pick up three batting points for their efforts leaving them bottom 23 points from safety in the Birmingham & District League Premier.