STOURBRIDGE demolished Chaddesley Corbett in the WCL Premier Division by bowling them out for 75 after putting the hosts in to bat.

Dan Wale (5-33) and Dan Such (4-33) did the damage to inflict the first defeat of the season on the early season pace setters.

Second-placed Redditch Entaco took full advantage, Hasnain Nawaz took a first innings (4-22) to help dismiss visitors Stourport-on-Severn for 121 to set up a seven wicket victory.

Old Elizabethans bagged an unlikely 27 run victory after being bowled out for 135 by Pershore.

Elsewhere, Tom Harris (4-20) ensured Astwood Bank left Evesham with a win, Old Hill made it two wins from two Naqaash Tahir (58 and 6-81) produced a fine all round performance to help brush aside bottom of the table Feckenham.

Luke Courtney (6-19) was the hero for Bewdley, his second innings spell helped the visitors dismiss Worcester just two runs short of their target of 118.

In Division One, leaders Colwall beat Bredon while captain Michael Stead (54) led second-placed Hagley to a 41 run maximum point victory against last week's third-placed Oldswinford for whom Matthew Broad (5-46) and Patrick Addis (4-25) shared nine first innings wickets.

Bromyard moved into third place as Josh Van Rensburg (54) led the visitors to a four wicket win at Droitwich Spa, Stuart Hawk (4-21) and Tom Mckenzie (4-22) eased Belbroughton to an overdue first victory of the season at Pedmore and Clive Chadhani produced the performance of the day as his second innings (9-32) snatched an eight run victory for Burghill at Cookley.

Gulham Abbass (91) helped Coombs Wood amass a first innings total that proved enough to seal a maximum points win against visitors Worcester Nomads.

Lye beat Kidderminster by 107 runs to go top of Division Two after Ombersley's match at Brockhampton was called off without a ball being bowled while Halesowen lost at home to Himley for whom Matt Jeavons took (5-41) in the first innings to set up a seven wicket victory.

Barnt Green remain fourth after losing at Enville (Leigh Passmore 5-47), Dan Brookes (5-16) led Astwood Bank to a comfortable maximum points win against bottom side Bartestree and Bromsgrove won by six wickets against Himbleton.

Division Three remains tight as just nineteen points separates the top seven teams.

Netherton are the leaders after they gained a maximum point winning draw at home against fourth placed Redditch Entaco, Avoncroft sit just nine points behind in second position after Steve Eastham struck (93) in the first innings at North End Lane to gain a winning draw against Barnards Green and Old Hill, who will feel frustrated as their match at the Jewry Field against Martley was abandoned without a ball being bowled are in third just three points behind.

After back to back wins Rushwick now find themselves in fifth spot just fourteen points behind the leaders as captain Lewis Hooper's first innings (4-33) and Dan Metcalfe's second innings (53) led them to a comfortable seven wicket win at Stourbridge.

Preejith Vatakkedath (6-28) and an undefeated (69) from Will French moved Old Elizabethans in to sixth spot as they defeated lowly Pershore by eight wickets and Kempsey lie in seventh after their match at Plovers Rise against Old Vigornians was abandoned without a ball being bowled.

In Division Four Harborne continue to set the pace after gaining a winning draw against Alvechurch & Hopwood who slip to fifth.

Bewdley advanced to second spot following a five wicket home victory against Eastnor thanks to Grant Morris (4-24) and an undefeated 60 from James Rawlings in the second innings.

Stourport climb into third after destroying Halesowen at Walshes Meadow. Mat Hattfield (103) and Christian Parry (88) helped the home team post a huge first innings 272-2 which was always going to be far too many for the visitors to chase and proved so when Lee Waldron (5-11) and Lawrence Neill (4-32) got to work.

Elsewhere, Worcester, led by Muhammad Raja (69) gained a maximum points winning draw at the Hedges Ground against fourth-placed Bromsgrove.

Jon Bassett (5-25) and Sameer Khan (4-15) helped Five Ways secure their first win of the season as they beat Coombs Wood by the widest of margins and the match between Astwood Bank and Romsley & Hunnington at Hanbury was abandoned without a ball being bowled.

The top two clashed in Division Five as pace setters Claverley made the trip to second placed Lye and lost to relinquish the lead to the home team who won by four wickets despite the best efforts of Tom Grainger (92) for the visitors.

West Malvern remain third despite losing at Hanley Castle & Upton where Rory Mathews (70 & 4-47) starred with both bat and ball.

Malvern beat Droitwich Spa by forty runs at St Peters Field to climb into fourth.

Netherton, after being conceded to last week made it two from two as they travelled to Whitegates Farm and beat Worcester Nomads by seven wickets.

Chaddesley Corbett travelled to Colwall and came away victors in a tight contest thanks to Usman Ahmed (69) and (4-22) from Arslan Mehmood and the other match in the division between Feckenham and Hagley was abandoned.