COLWALL surrendered top spot in Worcestershire Cricket League Division One after collapsing to a 105-run home defeat against Belbroughton.

Having dismissed the visitors for 206 on a sound wicket, five of the first six Colwall batsmen fell for ducks in a dismal display as they fell to 2-5 and 21-7.

Although the tail rallied with Simon Davies scoring 27, Luke Dalley 24 and James Wagstaffe 30 not out they were bowled out for just 101 in the 25th over.

Belbroughton’s Hawk brothers starred with batsman Peter hitting 90 and bowlers Stuart (2-11) and Jon (5-21) claiming seven wickets.

Andy Robertson took 3-87 as Belbroughton slumped to 19-3 after eight overs before a crucial stand of 129 for the fourth wicket.

Spinner Wagstaffe (4-55) broke the partnership while Dalley took 3-37.

Colwall are one point behind new leaders Bromyard, who saw off Oldswinford and Stourbridge Social by seven wickets, with two games left.

Josh Van Rensburg (3-26), David Taylor (2-0), Zahid Saeed (2-4) and Greg Leighton (2-32) bowled out Oldswinford for 71 before Ian Bullock scored 35.

Colwall seconds virtually cast off any threat of relegation from Division Five with a two-wicket win at Worcester Nomads seconds to go 37 points clear of the bottom two.

Nomads' Malcolm Jones (69) and Nigel Dexter (47) set up a total of 252-7 with Eddie Hill (2-49) and Sam Lipton (2-34) bowling well.

Idriss Mohammad (75) got Colwall off to a flier before Fred Grant (5-31) brought Nomads back into the contest.

But Andy Bishop (26no) and Alex Whittaker (17no) saw the visitors home in the 45th over.

Relegated Colwall thirds escaped the Marches League Division Two bottom spot after a 10-run home victory over Garnons seconds.

Dick Tugwell (21), Adam Greaves (49), John Henry (57) and Mark Koliasnakoff (53no) helped Colwall to 216-7.

With Garnons needing 15 from the final two overs, Henry (4-27) returned to seal a man-of-the-match display with a hat-trick.

Damian Berry (2-35) ensured Garnons were bowled out for 206 with two balls left.

Chris Horne (3-40) and Koliasnakoff with a useful wicket also bowled well for Colwall.