COLWALL collected their second trophy of the season as they beat Old Vigornians by 48 runs at Rushwick to capture the Worcester Carnival Cup.

In the 10 eight-ball over final, Colwall scored 131-5 through PJ Recordon (20), Ben Febery (16), Ben Wheeler (50) with six sixes and Matt Morgan (27).

OVs were limited to 83-7 by Mike Gooch, Recordon, Febery and skipper James Wagstaff's 3-6 in two overs.

Colwall retained their 18-point lead at the top of Worcestershire League Division One with a crushing nine-wicket victory over Oldswinford and Stourbridge Social at Stowe Lane.

The visitors reached 39-0 when asked to bat first but once opener Dom Friel fell to the pace of Andrew Robertson the rot set in.

Seamers Robertson (5-26 from 15 overs) and Jack Knight-Adams (4-19 from 12) held sway as the innings crumbled.

Luke Dalley took the last wicket on 79 in the 38th over.

Colwall lost Ben Cooke lbw early on but Fergus Cameron (41 not out) and Robertson (23no) led them home.

The seconds slipped back into the Division Five drop zone after a 127-run defeat at promotion candidates Lye seconds.

Colwall asked their hosts to bat and they amassed 272-8 despite the efforts of spinner John Card (2-33) and Phil Richardson (3-46).

Idress Mohammed hit a quick 35 but then only Richardson (21), Andrew Bishop (18) and Steve Coffey (26) resisted as they were dismissed for 145 in the 34th over.

Colwall thirds rued top-order batting failures as they lost by 41 runs at home to Ledbury firsts in Marches League Division Two.

Put into bat on a green pitch, Ledbury started well through Tom Willis (47), Andy Merriman (17) and Jamie Turner (25).

Sam Lipton (3-37) and Steve Wright (3-26) kept them in check.

Paul Andrews (19) added late runs but Sam Bradley (3-28) ran through the tail to limit Ledbury to 155 all out.

Wright and Menno Recordon added 25 for the first wicket but once the former was out lbw for 17 the innings faltered as Tom Hill (3-38) and Josh Emery (3-23) reduced Colwall to 49-6.

Bruno Recordon (28) and Matt Hayes (25) raised hopes with 62 for the seventh wicket but spinner Turner (3-3 off seven balls) saw off the tail with the total on 114 in the 34th over.