OMBERSLEY secured their first Birmingham League Premier Division Two win of the season after dominating a county derby.

The villagers beat Malvern's Barnards Green at North End Lane by seven wickets to bounce back from defeats in the opening two league games.

The hosts' innings was something of a procession as Arti Fiaz (5-24) and former Worcestershire ace Gareth Andrew (3-16) combined to dismiss them for 125 in 44.3 overs.

Skipper and opener Ryan Tongue top scored for Green with 21.

Ombersley were not stretched with the bat either, cantering to victory with more than 20 overs to spare.

Uday Kaul top scored with an unbeaten 39 and Worcestershire's Josh Dell hit 30.

Brockhampton lost by 147 runs to Wolverhampton.

An unbeaten 103 by Will Nield took Wolverhampton to 268-4 as he added 145 for the fifth wicket with Jack Stanley (37 not out) after Rahul Kaushal hit 47.

Brockhampton slumped to 121 all out in the 40th over.

Nick Powell hit 45 but Zayn Hussein’s 4-36 ensured Wolverhampton were comfortable winners.

Bromsgrove recorded their first success of the season, scraping home by two wickets after dismissing Tamworth for 146.

Skipper Mark Evenson took 4-17 for Bromsgrove before an unbeaten 54 from Worcestershire’s Alex Milton steered his side to victory.

Milton and Ryan Pedley (37) added 90 for the fourth wicket.

Worcestershire batsman Ollie Westbury scored 60 for Himley but they crashed by 137 runs to leaders Harborne.

Kidderminster beat Moseley by 42 runs in Premier Division One.

Ex-Leicestershire opener Angus Robson stroked 90 from 99 balls on his debut for Kidderminster who reached 276-6 in 50 overs.

Robson and in-form Andrew Kimberlin (44) put together an opening stand of 119 which allowed skipper Neil Pinner to plunder 53 from 52 balls later on for the 2018 Division One champions.

Ali Awan took 3-61 for Moseley and also top scored for his side with 55 not out as they closed on 234-9.

Charlie Stainforth claimed 4-40 for Kidderminster who earned their second win in three games.

Barnt Green lost by 15 runs to West Bromwich Dartmouth.

The Dartmouth innings was held together by Rawlston Tappin (69) before Aaron Thomason (49) and Shozair Ali (48no) saw them to 224-8 after 50 overs.

Andy Sutton (3-42) and Darrell Williams (3-46) took three wickets apiece for Green.

An interruption for rain reduced the reply to 46 overs with a revised target of 223 but the county side fell 16 runs short on 207-8.

While Dominic Harding was at the crease Green were a threat but after he was dismissed for a hard-hit 95 from 111 balls Dartmouth picked up the pace.

Manraj Johal finished with 5-34 including the vital wicket of Harding.