GEORGE Rhodes has lifted more silverware after helping Onslow to win the Ewen Chatfield Trophy grand final with a 63-run victory over Johnsonville.

Rhodes, 24, was a regular member of the Worcestershire side during the second half of last season when they won the Specsavers County Championship Division Two title.

Now he has enjoyed further success after playing for the past four months in New Zealand.

Rhodes scored 16 off 18 balls batting at number four and bowled two overs for 13 runs in the final.

But he has played a major role with bat and latterly with the ball in Onslow’s success in the 50-over competition.

The all-rounder is Onslow’s leading run-getter with 429 at an average of 39.00 and has also chipped in with 14 wickets at just 20.36.

He will remain with the club for another month before reporting back to Blackfinch New Road on March 1 to prepare for the new campaign.

In the final Rhodes struck two boundaries in his 18-ball knock and added 40 for the third wicket with opener and century-maker Sean O’Connor (107).

Onslow scored 303-8 and bowled out Johnsonville for 240 in 46 overs.

They won nine of their 11 group matches and now switch their attention to the two-day and T20 competitions.