ANGUS Robson says he's keen to build on his impressive debut for Kidderminster Cricket Club.

The Australian opener smashed 90 runs against Moseley at Chester Road as the hosts picked up their second win of the new Birmingham and District League Division One campaign.

The 42-run success last Saturday leaves KCC fourth in the table and their new man delighted at how he's been welcomed to the club.

The 27-year-old has previously played 57 first class matches for Leicestershire and Sussex, scoring two centuries and 28 fifties, with an average of 31.

Australian-born but with a British passport, he's played grade cricket in Sydney for Eastern Suburbs, and is the brother of Middlesex batsman Sam Robson.

He said: "It's been really easy to settle in here and everyone has been so welcoming and friendly.

"Getting the runs is key and keeps everyone happy but the big thing for me is how quickly I've felt at home already.

"I knew Neil Pinner from Leicestershire already but the other players and the fans all seem like good people and that makes things easier.

"The team looks strong and we should be able to do well this season and finish high up the league.

"I'll just be doing by best now to improve myself and get the runs to help the club win games.

"When a club signs you and takes a chance you want to pay them back for that.

"I'll hopefully be working hard and can be a good team man and someone people want around. If I'm doing that as well as contributing runs then I'll be very happy.

"We've had a good start to the season and we can build on that now."

Robson was quick to form a partnership with Andy Kimberlin against Moseley as the opening pair put on 119 for the first wicket.

The debutant continued to plunder the visitors’ bowling, hitting his 90 in 99 balls (7 fours and 3 sixes) before being caught on the boundary.

Captain Pinner continued the good work with a stylish 53 from 52 balls as KCC finished on 276-6 wickets from 50 overs.

In reply, Moseley lost wickets regularly with Bhavik Patel (45) and Ali Awan (55 not out) the main contributors. Charlie Stainforth (4-40) caused the main damage, removing the dangerous middle order with Robson adding three catches in the deep to complete his Kidderminster debut in style. Moseley finished on 234 for 9 wickets in 50 overs.

Kidderminster travel to Shifnal this weekend (noon start) looking to continue their early-season progress.