BOTH Droitwich Spa and Cutnall Green powered to big wins in Worcestershire Cricket Board Indoor League Worcester Division One.

Droitwich (173-3) beat Barnards Green B (77-4) by 96 runs, taking advantage of a weakened opponent to post the highest score of the season.

Martin Davies (47 not out) and Max Young (30) took 76 from the first five overs before both retired.

Matt Gurr (25no) and Dave Huntbatch (28no) continued the good work against bowling that lacked accuracy and penetration.

Dannie Rees was bowled second ball to reduce Green's hopes of producing a positive reply though Callum Morris (28no) again, partnered by Andy Wheeler (19), ensured the game went the distance.

Worcester Nomads B (61 all out) lost to Cutnall Green (64-1) with five overs remaining in another one-sided affair.

The Bransford side's batting crumbled with some unwise running between wickets as only Derek Austin (17) managed double figures.

Final-change bowler Matt Harris took 2-0 in seven balls to extinguish all hope then as opening batsman retired within four overs of the reply.

Apart from Scott Shuck (18) missing a straight one, the game was completed in business-like fashion early in the seventh over. 

In Division Two, Nomads C (122-5) beat Worcester's Old Vigornians (113-3) by nine runs.

Malcolm Jones posted 46no and Charlie Kerr 28 for Nomads.

But OVs made a great recovery after losing a wicket in the first over to put on 71-1 at halfway with an uncompromising Oz Fiaz (45 no) retired in the fifth.

They then only added nine in three overs to go behind the rate.

Tony Meek (26 no) retired in the 10th and soon Fiaz was back.

He added a further 20 but was less fluent than previously and as further defence was added on the back wall allowing threes rather than fours and loss of strike it all proved a bit too much as OVs ended a tad short.  

WCB Seniors (106 all out) lost to West Malvern (107-3) on the final ball.

West fielded only five and one could not bowl through injury.

Peter Gurr missed an innocuous first ball to depart before Martin Johnson retired in the fourth over at 39-1.

Robin Lloyd departed lbw to Rowan Dakin in the fifth over when 52-2.

Thereafter the total meandered to a disappointing 106 with Bob Pittaway (36) last man out in the final over, having nudged balls to the leg. 

West made a steady start but losing Glen Collins and Will Jones rather carelessly reached 56-2 after six overs with Kevin Gilbert retiring.

Dakin (12) was joined by the returning Gilbert (52no) to take the score from 62 towards the winning post.

They required nine runs in two overs and then four in the final one.

Gilbert took three singles then after two dot balls with scores tied placed a sliced shot just out of reach to win on the final ball.