BEWDLEY moved level on points with Worcestershire League Division One leaders Stourport.

Paul Taylor took 4-42 to help bowl out third-placed Evesham for 145 which provided little challenge for Bewdley in a seven-wicket success.

Feckenham beat Cookley on a faster scoring rate thanks to an undefeated 72 from Andrew Kings.

Worcester Nomads gained a welcome win on a faster scoring rate over lowly Pedmore.

The games for Stourport and Worcester were abandoned early against Colwall and Burghill, Tillington and Weobley respectively.

Fourth-placed Chaddesley Corbett were next to go as the rain swept over, ending hopes of adding to their 274-4 against Hagley as Mohammed Sajid scored 97.

Rain curtailed the Division Two matches between Bartestree and Lugwardine and Droitwich Spa, Kempsey and Himbleton and Old Vigornians and Enville.

Coombs Wood marched to the top of the table after an emphatic six-wicket win at previous leaders Oldswinford and Stourbridge Social.

Belbroughton dismissed lowly Wormelow cheaply to win by seven wickets and move in to second place.

Bromyard found the winning trail again to keep their title ambitions alive with a victory on a faster scoring rate thanks to 60 from Zahid Saeed and 4-17 from Josh Van Rensburg.

Division Three saw little cricket as five out of the six matches were abandoned at various stages due to the rain.

The top-of-the-table clash saw Netherton dismissed for a modest 148 by runaway leaders Lye.

They reached a revised target for victory in 15 overs to go 53 points clear of second-placed Rushwick whose match was abandoned with Harborne's Jonathan Boukhobza on 103 not out.

In Division Four, Astwood Bank against Claverley and Romsley and Hunnington against Halesowen were lost to the weather.

West Malvern seized the opportunity to close the gap on the top three as Fergus Neve (75) and Will Lloyd (52no) led them to a win on a faster scoring rate at Kidderminster.

Alveley skittled Tenbury quickly for 87 and knocked them off to triumph by eight wickets to go sixth.

Hallow Taverners pulled out of the bottom two following a win on a faster scoring rate against Stourbridge despite 121 for Adeel Khan and 82 for Abeer Ahmed.

Matthew Roberts took 4-21 to dismiss Himley for 73 to ensure basement team Stourport notched their first win of the season.


Evesham 145 a/o 1 M F Maan 69 - P Taylor 4-42, Bewdley 147-3 20 P Beard 85. Bewdley won by 7 wickets.

Chaddesley Corbett 274-4 9 M Sajid 97, Hagley 6. Match Abandoned.

Stourport 99-5 5, Colwall 7. Match Abandoned.

Cookley 155 a/o 0, Feckenham 148-1 20 A Kings 72*. Fekenham won on faster scoring rate.

Pedmore 255-9 6 A Iqbal 68, D Skelding 59, Worcester Nomads

161-6 20. Worcester Nomads won on faster scoring rate.

Burghill, Tillington & Weobley 89-4 5, Worcester 6. Match Abandoned.


Bartestree & Lugwardine 5, Droitwich Spa 5. Match Abandoned.

Wormelow 112 a/o 1, Belbroughton 113-3 20. Bellbroughton won by 7 wickets.

Bromyard 173-7 20 Z Saeed 60, Bredon 119-9 7 J Van Rensburg 4-17. Bromyard won on faster scoring rate.

Kempsey 148-1 5, Himbleton 5. Match Abandoned.

Oldswinford & Stourbridge Social 100 a/o 1, Coombs Wood 103-4 20. Coombs Wood won by 6 wickets.

Old Vigornians 95-2 5 O Fiaz 53*, Enville 5. Match Abandoned.


Alvechurch & Hopwood 183-4 6 A Markham-Jones 63, Eastnor 6. Match Abandoned.

Bromsgrove 182-4 6 A Hickman 67*, Hanley Castle & Upton 6. Match Abandoned.

Harborne 308-7 9 J Boukhobza 103*, Rushwick 8. Match Abandoned.

Malvern 96-3 5 T Hale 51*, Avoncroft 6. Match Abandoned.

Martley 32-2 5, Five Ways Old Edwardians 5. Match Abandoned.

Netherton 148 a/o 0, Lye 105-2 20. Lye won on faster scoring rate.


Tenbury 87 a/o 0, Alveley 88-2 20. Alveley won by 8 wickets.

Claverley 96-4 5, Astwood Bank 6. Match Abandoned.

Kidderminster 253-8 5, West Malvern 190-4 20 F Neve 75, W Lloyd 52*. West Malvern won on faster scoring rate.

Halesowen 244-9 10, Romsley & Hunnington 64-5 9. Match Abandoned.

Stourbridge 277-8 4 A Khan 121, A Ahmed 82, Hallow Taverners 226-8 20 S Hayes 60. Hallow Taverners won on faster scoring rate.

Himley 73 a/o 0 M Roberts 4-21, Stourport 77-0 20. Stourport won by 10 wickets.