KIDDERMINSTER completed their Birmingham League Premier One campaign in winning style with a 62 run success over already relegated Shifnal.

Vikai Kelley and skipper Neil Pinner both plundered half centuries while Charlie Stainforth supplied a further 34 as Kidderminster piled on the runs to reach 238 all out with three balls remaining.

Jack Edwards easily proved the pick of Shifnal's bowling attack by taking five for 36 from 8.3 overs.

Shifnal were soon in trouble when they replied as they slumped to five for 36.

Former Himley player Chad Brandrick stopped the slide with a timely 53 supported by Shaun Lorimer who added another 41.

It wasn't enough as Shifnal slipped to 176 all out with almost five overs to spare.

Strike bowler Liam Weston finished the campaign in style by snapping up figures of four for 26 from his 10 over spell.

Further wickets fell to Alex Rennie with two for 28, Chris Steele one for 20, Josh Tidmarsh one for 28 and Charlie Stainforth two for 34.

The result means Kidderminster halted a string of defeats to finish 10th, just one place above the drop zone.

Barnt Green bagged a six wicket win over Halesowen to make certain of second place behind champions Smethwick.

With Moseley breathing right down their necks, there was no margin for error as only one point separated the sides going into the final round of fixtures.

However, Halesowen showed no intent of going down lightly after posting a testing target of 233 for five.

Opening bat Luke Tulacz led the charge with 75 and found plenty of support from Si Gregory with 42 and James Rudge on 41, unbeaten on 41 not out.

But the Green made light of their run chase by racing to a winning 235 for four in just 41 overs.

Worcestershire opening bat Ed Pollock set the tone with 50 off 28 balls before Ben Chapman-Lilley 51 and Rheedyi Amin on 77 continued to set about Halesowen's bowling attack before Jacques Banton saw the side home on 26 not out.

OLLIE Walker brought the curtain down on Himley's campaign in style by scoring 100 not out as his side secured a 15 run success over Harborne in Premier Two.

Walker found support from Saul Anstey who struck 33 as Himley reached 241 for seven - a total that proved too much for Harborne in reply as they responded on 226 for nine after the contest was reduced to a 40 overs affair.

Bromsgrove's clash with champions Wolverhampton was abandoned.

Attention now turns to the Birmingham League play-offs where Old Hill carry local hopes as they commence the round robin contest with a trip to Warwickshire League champions Coventry and North Warwickshire this Saturday.