KIDDERMINSTER put in their “most complete performance of the year” as they stormed to an emphatic victory over Leamington on Saturday.

Wickets fell at an alarming rate for Leamington with the first three costing just 16 runs.

Two more wickets saw the score rise to 35 and the last five took the score to just 79, all out.

Kidderminster’s bowling was strong, with Connor Smith taking four four 23, Pat Brown bowling at a tremendous pace getting three for seven, Barney Morgan weighed in with two for nine, while Liam Weston took one for 12.

Cousins Andy Kimberlin (36) and Richard Kimberlin (24) won the match in double quick time, also assisted by 21 extras, as Kidderminster cruised to 81-0 – putting them in good form for their home game on Saturday at noon against league leaders Tamworth.

Skipper Neil Pinner said: “We put in a really good performance and it was a good display from our bowlers. It was the most complete performance of the year so far.

“We have put in some good performances in bits but not like this for the whole game.

“We have a top of the table clash coming up against Tamworth next. It is a hugely important game for us even though I seem to be saying this every week.

“We are going into it with a fully-fit team and we are all positive, so hopefully we can get a positive result.”

Kidderminster also play on Sunday away to Barnards Green in the next round of the league Twenty20 Cup, at 1pm.