DEADLY duo Dan Such and Dan Wale did the damage as Stourbridge pummelled Old Elizabethans to remain top of the Worcestershire County Premier League.

Such (5-9) and Wale (4-13) blew away their opponents for 40 all out for an easy win at the War Memorial Ground.

Russell Southwick scored 55 for Redditch on their way to a nine wicket win over Evesham.

Chaddesley Corbett slipped up as Bewdley seamer Luke Courtney took the final wicket at Longmore with the home side requiring just two runs to win.

Astwood Bank moved to third after Tom Harris (5-56) set up a six wicket victory against Old Hill

Worcester beat basement side Feckenham by 10 wickets and, in the game of the day, Stourport tied with Pershore after a pulsating encounter which saw the home team reach the visitors' total off the last ball with nine wickets down.

In division one Colwall won by 20 runs in a low scoring match against Hagley at Stowe Lane.

The win gives them a fifteen point lead over their opponents with Coombs Wood thirteen points behind in third following a four wicket win at Cookley.

Bromyard are now fourth as Rob Willis (99) helped them chase down Belbroughton's first innings 235-5 which was inspired by Peter Hawk (77*).

Burghill made light work of out-of-form Bredon as they won by seven wickets away from home.

Oldswinford batted well in the first innings at Albemarle Road to post 337-9 which was too many for Pedmore to chase.

Droitwich Spa gave themselves a life line at the foot of the table with a win at Worcester Nomads.

Lye suffered their first defeat of the season in division two as Brockhampton snatched a two wicket win chasing 122.

Ombersley moved fifteen points clear at the top where, despite the best efforts of Barnt Green all-rounder Daniel Meredith (51 and 5-37), Marcus D’Oliveira and Tom Oakley posted half centuries to see the leaders home by one wicket.

Himley defeated visiting Bromsgrove by five wickets with contributions from Kris Green (75) and Bilaal Hussain (56).

Halesowen secured an eight wicket win against Kidderminster and Himbleton chased down Astwood Bank's 309-9.

Enville, inspired by 4-12 from Gregg Tomkins, defeated basement side Bartestree by 70 runs.

In division three leaders Netherton extended their lead as they were given the points by bottom of the table Pershore who failed to field a team and second placed Old Hill despite the best efforts of Alex Ellsworth (6-37) were beaten by Barnards Green for whom Ben Sutton took 6-48 in the second innings. A win that enabled Barnards Green to close the gap to second place to just one point.

Elsewhere, Redditch climbed into fourth as they posted a home win against Old Vigornians who slip to fifth despite the best efforts of Osman Fiaz who scored (121) for the visitors.

Martley returned to winning ways against lowly Rushwick as Dominic Jones (122) and James Ganderton (83) piled on the first innings runs, Avoncroft beat Kempsey (for whom Chris Jones scored 106) to climb back in to mid division and Old Elizabethans beat lowly Stourbridge to give themselves some breathing space towards the bottom of the division.

Second placed Worcester breathed new life in to the Division Four title race as they beat leaders Harborne by seven wickets at Norton Barracks. This victory means they now sit just fourteen points behind the leaders with nine matches remaining.

Other teams to benefit from this result included Stourport who are now just over a win away from top in third following a fine all-round performance from L Neill (53 and 4-28) helped secure a comfortable victory at Coombs Wood, Alvechurch & Hopwood are further back in fourth, still just about in touch following a five wicket victory at home against lowly Astwood Bank and Bewdley must also still harbour ambition despite coming off second best against Romsley & Hunnington at Lower Park.

Elsewhere, Five Ways Old Edwardians continued their upward curve to move in to fifth by beating Bromsgrove by four wickets and Eastnor beat Halesowen to move further away from the relegation zone.

In division five Rob Hirons (68), Mohammed Husnain (63) and in-form Holden Whittaker (57*) posted second innings half centuries for Chaddesley Corbett to help leap frog West Malvern in to the promotion places behind leaders Lye, who beat local rivals Netherton by seven wickets.

Elsewhere, Anthony Arnold (65) led Malvern to a five wicket win against basement side Feckenham at the Ramblers Ground, Aroon Iqbal (80) and Tom Grainger (60) helped Claverley post a total that proved too many for visiting Hanley Castle & Upton to chase.

Worcester Nomads beat Droitwich Spa by a comfortable margin at St. Peter’s Field and Hagley beat Colwall by twenty-eight runs to climb above their opponents who as a result find themselves in the relegation zone.