KIDDERMINSTER got back to winning ways with a comfortable six-wicket success against mid-table Moseley.

Liam Weston made a welcome return to the KCC attack to take 4-19 from 10 overs as the home side, batting first after an uncontested toss, were skittled out for a mere 80 in 36 overs.

Weston was ably supported by Barney Morgan (3-25), Connor Smith (2-17) and Chris Steele (1-17) as the visitors took charge against a Moseley side fielding two Warwickshire county players.

Alex Thomson top scored with just 25 for the hosts as the Kidderminster bowlers quickly got on top.

In reply, Kidderminster lost two early wickets as Connor Smith (4) and Angus Robson (11) both fell to the bowling of Brinder Phagura.

However, with captain Neil Pinner at the crease, he mastered both the pitch and the Moseley bowling to score 43 from 34 balls, including eight fours.

Opener Andy Kimberlin (9 not out) carried his bat for 68 minutes to stabilise the KCC reply and see his side home in the 16th over.

Kidderminster sit fourth from bottom in the Birmingham and District League Division One and will now welcome fifth-placed Shifnal to Chester Road this Saturday (noon start).