Worcestershire openers past and present joined forces to power Ombersley to a nine wicket win over Kidderminster in a Birmingham and District Premier Cricket League Premier Division One fixture.
Daryl Mitchell, who retired from first class cricket at the end of last summer, and current Worcestershire player, Taylor Cornall, put on 121 as Ombersley chased down a 230 target with 6.1 overs to spare.
Cornall continued his outstanding form in all formats of the game by making 62 off 91 balls with 11 boundaries before he was dismissed.
Mitchell went onto make 135 not out and he and Nick Hammond (31 not out) completed the victory.
Worcestershire pathway player, Callum Bennett, struck 85 off 91 deliveries with 11 boundaries in Kidderminster’s 229-8 off 55 overs.
Worcestershire Academy captain, Joe Stanley, was amongst the wickets for Wolverhampton in a seven wicket win over West Bromwich Dartmouth.
Stanley had figures of 13-1-39-4 as West Bromwich were dismissed for 144.
Wicket-keeper batsman, Henry Cullen, made 51 off 75 balls with one six and four fours for Kenilworth Wardens (306-7) who defeated Leamington (204) by 102 runs.
Oli Cox, with 38 off 48 balls, helped Himley chase down Worfield’s 128 all out in only 23.5 overs and win by six wickets.
Cameron Jones made an unbeaten 24 off 18 balls and picked up two wickets to help Barnt Green (207-8) overcome Berkswell (116) by 91 runs.
Jones and Worcestershire pathway coach, Andy Sutton, reduced Berkswell to 33-4. Sutton ended with figures of 9-3-11-3.
Rehaan Edavalath (37) put on 141 for the first wicket with century maker Ryan Tongue – brother of Josh – as Barnards Green (214-1) triumphed by nine wickets over Wem.