Skipper Ben Twohig, Josh Dell, Nick Hammond, Zen Malik, Josh Haynes and Josh Tongue were all part of the Midlands side who went unbeaten through the competition.
Worcestershire’s contracted players featured for their clubs and the efforts of Ed Barnard and Joe Leach for Shrewsbury outshone those of Tom Fell and Chris Russell for Wolverhampton.
There were also meagre innings totals of 32, 34 and 35 and six games were conceded – the highest ever on a single day in the league.
Westfields warmed up for their home derby against Hereford FC tomorrow with a 1-1 draw against Kidsgrove Athletic at Allpay Park.
City now need to concentrate on obliterating the errors that are costing their side on a weekly basis.
SELL out crowds of six thousand enjoyed a sizzling Sunshine Festival in Upton over the bank holiday weekend.
THE murder and mayhem of the English Civil War came to life once more at Worcester's Commandery during a warts and all reenactment of the city's bloodiest battle.
LOCAL CASUALTIES: 4 Lance Corporal Reuben Hendicott & Private Percy Howells - First Battalion. Lance Corporal Frank Copplestone - Third Battalion. Sergeant Reuben Carter - Fourth Battalion.
A MAN has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving following an incident in Stourport.