Despite first innings contributions from visiting batsmen Jujhar Johal (83) and Josh Banks (78), Pershore 1st XI were able to chase down Stourbridge 1st XIs first innings target (219-6) to win the Premier Division Match of the Day by three wickets at the Bottoms and maintain their 100% record.

Stourport-on-Severn 1st XI ensured they kept up their winning start to the season after an excellent unbroken eighty-nine run eighth wicket partnership in the second innings between Craig Wood (99*) who scored at a run a ball and Charlie Foley (45*) won the day at Walshes Meadow after the visiting Brockhampton 1st XI attack had made good early in roads in to the home sides batting.

Jahanzib Khan (5-33) and Aamir Mansoor (4-42) shared the bulk of the second innings wickets to help Old Hill 1st XI make it three wins from four when they bowled out Astwood Bank 1st XI at Sambourne Lane to grab a ten run victory which allowed them to leap frog their opponents in to third position. Overseas wicket-keeper batsman Ben Tredget (82) was the main protagonist for Redditch 1st XI who sit in fifth, level on points with Astwood Bank 1st XI following their two wicket win home win against Bromyard 1st XI.

In other matches in the division, Elliot Bartlett (83*) helped Old Elizabethans 1st XI post a total that proved enough to ensure they gained their first win of the season against visiting Droitwich Spa 1st XI who fell twenty eight runs short at the Memorial Ground and Ombersley 2nd XI got off the mark at the fourth time of asking by beating Colwall 1st XI by seven wickets at Stowe Lane which means everyone in the division has now won at least one game. 

In Division One, in-form Daniel Meredith (107) helped Barnt Green 2nd XI stay at the summit as his first innings century helped the home team post a first innings total that proved far too many for visiting Worcester 2nd XI to chase. Chaddesley Corbett 1st XI are second after they put an end to the Worcester Nomads 1st XIs winning start by securing a three wicket victory at Whitegates Farm which meant that Lye 1st XI for whom Azar Naeem (5-6) returned excellent first innings figures in a six wicket victory against Oldswinford 1st XI moved in to third place at the expense of Worcester Nomads 1st XI who are now fifteen points adrift in fourth.

Elsewhere, Bewdley 1st Xi secured their first win of the season by beating Halesowen 2nd XI by a two wicket margin at Lower Moor, Carl Whyte (4-22) continued his all-round early season good form for Coombs Wood 1st XI in their comfortable eight wicket win at Chester Road against Kidderminster 2nd XI and Hagley 1st XI backed up last weeks win to make it two from two when they beat visiting Pedmore 1st XI by four wickets at Hagley Hall.

In a division where every team has suffered at least one defeat Himley 2nd XI maintained their position at the top of Division Two by beating Bromsgrove 3rd XI by six wickets at Stourbridge Road. Wicket-keeper /batsman Luke Powell (141) ruined Harborne 3rd XIs long trip to Herford by smashing a first innings century for second placed Burghill, Tillington & Weobley 1st XI which helped them to a comfortable home victory. Alvechurch & Hopwood 1st XI are third after they produced an excellent second innings batting performance to beat Belbroughton 1st XI by eight wickets at Hackmans Gate Lane.

Astwood Bank 2nd XI are just three points behind in fourth after they grabbed their second win of the season against Enville 1st XI who continue to blow hot and cold. Bredon 1st XI are fifth after they dismantled Cookley 1st XI by ten wickets at Hill Close to further dent the visitors who won their first two but are now in ninth position and finally Will Maund (77) compiled an excellent second innings half century to help Bartestree & Lugwardine 1st XI secure the victory at Himbleton 1st XI who are another team looking for more consistency.   

In Division Three first innings contributions from Alex Lowe (80) and George Francis (76) helped post a very competitive first innings total (273 all out) for Old Vigornians 1st XI at Hawford Lodge. However, the Barnards Green 2nd XI opening pair Ben Sutton (159*)and Robin Wilson (72) quickly got in to their stride to post a first innings partnership of one hundred and sixty three, following which Sutton continued his assault on the home teams attack to seal an impressive eight wicket victory with just under twenty overs remaining, a result that ensured the Green are still the only team with a 100% record in the division so far.

Netherton 1st are in second position after contributions from Wajid Ali (162*) in the first and Sakendar Farooq (6-30) in the second innings ensured the long trip to play Brockhampton 2nd XI at the Parks was more than worthwhile as they recorded a comprehensive win despite the best efforts of Iolo Bubb (6-62) for the home team in the first innings.

Stourbridge 2nd XI are two points further back in third place after recording their third win of the season against Avoncroft 1st X at the War Memorial Ground by seven wickets. Two teams tied on points in fourth place are Redditch 2nd XI who made the trip to Stewarts Road to play Coombs Wood 2nd XI where thy recorded an excellent six wicket win and Old Elizabethans 2nd XI who had little difficulty in chasing down Feckenham 1st XIs first innings total thanks to second innings contributions from the returning Stuart Tipper (85) and Nathan Dobbins (73) helped them over the line by seven wickets and Old Hill 2nd XI moved in to mid division after beating Martley 1st XI by nine wickets at Haden Hill.

In Division Four in-form duo Will Lloyd (83) and Elliott Bevan (70) posted second innings half centuries for leaders West Malvern 1st XI but could not stop them losing their 100% winning record as they were held to a tie by fourth placed visitors Lye 2nd XI in what must have been an enthralling encounter at Mathon Court.

Netherton 2nd XI also upset the apple cart somewhat when they moved second level on points with Stourport-on-Severn 2nd XI (who were the only other undefeated team in the division) before the Black Country outfit inflicted their first defeat by twenty nine runs at Highbridge Road.

Elsewhere, the up and down season continued for Romsley & Hunnington 2nd XI who moved back in to fifth place after Ben Durrell (5-11) helped restrict Five Ways Old Edwardians 1st XI to a below par first innings total that proved comfortable to chase at their Bromsgrove Road ground. Claverley 1st XI were another team to find their winning ways again as they made the trip  play Chaddesley Corbett 2nd XI at Longmore and came away with a one hundred and six run victory. Worcester 2nd XI secured their second win of the season when they breezed past Bromsgrove 3rd XIs first innings total to win by seven wickets at Norton Barracks and finally Rushwick 1st XI lost to visitors Eastnor 1st XI by five wickets at the Alf Tolley Memorial Ground.  

Droitwich Spa 2nd XI and Worcester Nomads 2nd XI are he pace setters in Division Five as they both retained their 100% records with wins against Barnt Green 3rd XI and Halesowen 3rd XI respectively. Arpit Bhargava (145) helped third placed Harborne 4th XI compile a huge first innings total that proved too many for Bewdley 2nd X to chase despite second innings hundreds from Tom Woodcock (108*) and Matt Thwaites (108). Pershore 2nd XI moved into fourth place after narrowly beating Astwood Bank 3rd XI by two wickets at Hanbury.

In other matches in the division, Pedmore 2nd XI beat Colwall 2nd XI by four wickets, Malvern 1st XI bowled out Hanley Castle & Upton 1st XI cheaply in a ten wicket victory.

In Division Six leaders Hagley 2nd XI posted a five wicket win against Kidderminster 3rd XI and second placed Stourbridge 2nd XI won by the same margin against Kempsey 1st XI at Plovers Rise to stay level on eighty points with the leaders.

The top two are now fourteen points ahead of the chasing pack which is headed by third placed Old Vigornians 2nd XI who lost for the first time this season on the road against Bromyard 2nd XI at Flagonners Green. One point further back in fourth are Cleobury Mortimer 1st XI who beat Himley 3rd XI by one wicket  Enville 2nd XI who beat Belbroughton 2nd XI by two wickets at Hackmans Gate Lane are fifth and Cutnall Green 1st XI who beat Alveley 1st XI by five wickets at Addis Lane sit in mid division after four matches.

Tenbury Wells 1st XI retained their position at the summit of Division Seven with a seven wicket victory against Oldswinford 2nd XI. The West Worcestershire outfit sit fourteen points ahead of Five Ways Old Edwardians 2nd XI who have now won three out of four matches after beating Barnards Green 3rd XI by three wickets at the Masshouse on Saturday.

In other matches in the division Burghill, Tillington and Weobley 2nd XI beat Bromsgrove 4th XI by three wickets at the Hedges Ground to stay third, Claverley 2nd XI were conceded to by Ombersley 3rd XI and remain in fourth, Stourport-on-Severn 3rd XI dropped to fifth after losing a close encounter by one wicket at home against Birlingham 1st XI and Nevin Thomas (86) first innings contribution helped Bartestree & Lugwardine 2nd XI to a comfortable win against basement side Rushwick 2nd XI who are still on the hunt for their first win.

In Division Eight Craig Witheford (123*) posted a first innings century for top of the table Harvington 1st XI in a seventy run win against visiting Halesowen 4th XI. The South Worcestershire team are now joint top, level on points with Romsley & Hunnington 2nd XI who convincingly beat Cookley 2nd XI by ten wickets.

The top two are twelve points clear of third placed Alvechurch & Hopwood 2nd XI who beat Martley 2nd XI by eight wickets at the Jewry Field which helped retain a four point gap to Kidderminster 4th XI who posted too many for Stone 1st XI to chase in the second innings.

In other matches in the division,  Ted Heywood (168) and Sebastian Wilkins (155*) made the most of what must have been a good surface at Neel Park as their first innings contributions helped the home team post over four hundred for Old Elizabethans 3rd XI which batted Highley 1st XI out of the game and Santosh Kokkirada (5-21) bowled Feckenham 2nd XI to their second win of the season against Worcester 3rd XI who are still looking for their first win.

After two matches in Division Nine (North) Harborne 5th XI and Netherton 3rd XI are joint level on forty points at the top after making it two wins from two against Alveley 2nd XI and Stourbridge 4th XI respectively. Enville 3rd XI are now third after losing to Droitwich Spa 4th XI despite the best efforts of Daniel Mahoney (96) who fell four short of a second innings century for Enville 3rd XI. Himley 4th XI are next after beating Oldswinford 3rd XI by three wickets and Coombs Wood 3rd XI are in mid division after beating Bewdley 3rd XI comfortably at Moffats School.

In Division Nine (Central) three teams have won their first two matches and sit together at the top of the table on forty points. J Prescott (158) helped Redditch Entaco 3rd XI post too many for Hagley 3rd XI to chase, Cookhill 1st XI beat Droitwich Spa 4th XI by three wickets and Harborne 6th XI beat Himbleton 2nd XI by one wicket in a tight match at Richmond Road.

In other matches in the division Old Elizabethans 4th XI beat Avoncroft 2nd XI to go fourth and S Garbutt (72) led Chaddesley Corbett 3rd XI to a three wicket win against Astwood Bank 4th XI at Longmore

In Division Nine (South)  four teams have now won two out of two to sit together on forty points at the top. Bosbury 1st XI are currently ahead on Net Run Rate after beating Colwall 3rd XI by a wide margin at Ghost Meadow. Bredon 2nd XI are next after Clive Fenney (72*) steered them home to a comfortable six wicket win against Brockhampton 3rd XI at the Parks. Matthew Smith (6-15) returned excellent second innings figures in West Malvern 2nd Xis win against Eastnor 2nd and the fourth team to make an unbeaten start are Malvern 2nd XI who beat Kempsey 2nd XI by eleven runs at the Ramblers Ground.

In the other match in the division Ben Ratcliffe (102) and Lee Shuck (96) helped Hallow Taverners 1st XI to post a first innings total that was too many for Bromyard 3rd XI to chase, despite the best efforts of Dean Corbett (113) for the visitors.

In Division Ten (North) Daniel Stanton (72*) helped Pedmore 3rd XI to a ten wicket victory against Belbroughton 3rd XI, a result that secured top spot. Himley 5th XI lie second after Ben Smallman (82) helped them notch their first win of the season against Halesowen 5th XI and at the time of writing the result of the match between Stourbridge 5th XI and Old Hill 3rd XI has not been posted.

In Division Ten (East) two teams remain undefeated after the first two weeks. Cookhill 2nd XI are top of the table after making it two from two by beating Five Ways Old Edwardians 3rd XI by three wickets at the Masshouse and Avoncroft 3rd XI kept up their unbeaten start by beating Feckenham 3rd XI by the same margin.

Elsewhere, Ian Percival (6-20) bowled Halesowen 6th XI to their first victory of the season against Redditch Entaco 4th XI and Pedmore 4th XI beat Old Halesonians 1st XI by a comfortable margin to seal their first win of the season.

Newcomers Inkberrow 1st XI are top of the pile in Division Ten (South/ East) after gaining their second win in two weeks, this time against Bredon 3rd XI by ten wickets. Droitwich Spa 5th XI are second despite losing to Worcester 4th XI by seven wickets and in the other match played Pershore 4th XI got off the mark for the season when they beat Hanley Castle & Upton 2nd XI at Spetchley Park.

Barnards Green 4th XI and Worcester Nomads 3rd XI are joint top of Division Ten (South/West).

Barnards Green beat Malvern 3rd XI by over one hundred runs at Newland to make it two from two and Worcester Nomads 3rd XI were conceded to by Brockhampton 4th XI.