BROCKHAMPTON continued their march in the Worcestershire County League Division Cup with a third win from four games.
Worcester Nomads, who have also started the season well elected to bat putting on a steady total of 176.
The Brock bowlers shared the wickets with Michael Harling top scoring on 3-28.
Opener Ian Bullock led the reply hitting 66 off 84 balls as his side comfortably reached their target with six overs remaining.
Colwall crashed to a 114-run defeat against top of the table Old Elizabethans.
Early wickets by Andrew Robertson and Michael Gooch left the hosts in the perilous position of 61-4.
However, from then on Colwall struggled to make inroads with Tom Goodwin and Taylor Pugh compiling 61 and 77no to set Colwall 214 to win.
Colwall’s reply never gathered momentum, with only two batsmen recording double figure scores – Ben Febery (40) and Ben Wheeler (20) and they were all out for 99.
Meanwhile, Burghill Tillington and Weobley are without a win and their latest defeat came at the hands of Worcester.
After electing to bat they got off to a disappointing start with opener Ollie Maund run out for a duck and Luke Powell dismissed in successive balls.
At the other end opener Owen Morgan and Whizz Ettinger put on 90 before Morgan was dismissed by Lewis Franklin for 53 and later Ettinger for 38.
A swift classy 52no from Harry Sockett saw Burghill reach a respectable 248-7 off their 40 overs.
In reply Worcester lost opener Luke Roberts in the first over to a fine catch by keeper Luke Powell from the bowling of debutant Greg Leighton, who returned excellent figures of 4-24 off his allocation.
Burghill had the upper hand for most of the afternoon but Worcester kept up with the rate, Clark Knapton making a bludgeoning 78 before falling to Sockett.
Trent Turner blocked out while Rob Goodman hit 19 off 10 balls to see Worcester home with three balls spare.
Meanwhile, in the Regional Championship Trophy, Bartestree and Lugwardine were narrowly beaten with two balls spare.
After hitting a century last weekend opener Matthew Tulacz notched 27 before Andy Jones took a century of his own on their way to setting 244/6 off their 40 overs.
In response Bredon opener Kevin Hall hit an unbeaten 128 as they took the narrowest of victories.