WORCESTERSHIRE academy player Jack Haynes played a major role as the Midlands completed a Super Fours double by winning the T20 competition at Loughborough.

Haynes and Northamptonshire's Ben Claydon put on 147 in 18 overs in the final as the Midlands romped to a nine-wicket win over the South West with seven balls to spare.

Haynes hit 79 from 59 balls with three sixes and 10 fours before he was dismissed with just seven required for victory.

Claydon finished unbeaten on 57 in reply to the South West’s 153-6.

Victory enabled the Midlands to follow up their success in the 50-over competition in emphatic style as they boasted a 100 per cent record throughout the week.

Haynes and County team-mates Adam Finch and Zain Ul-Hassan all played their part for the Midlands throughout the four days of action.

Worcestershire's Elliot Wilson coached the Midlands side.

He said: “We couldn’t have asked for more from the lads and they’ve really deserved their success.

“It’s my first time coaching a team here and I’ve been really impressed, both by the organisation of the event and the quality of the cricket.

“And, wearing my Worcestershire hat, it was great to see our lads all making contributions to the Midlands team success.”

The Midlands defeated the North by 36 runs in the T20 semi-final, scoring 186-7 with Ul-Hassan chipping in with 16 and Haynes nine not out.

Finch then picked up 1-23 as the North were restricted to 150-8.

Finch was presented with the T20 trophy by England under 19 selector David Graveney while Claydon received the 50-over trophy.

A 69-run success over London-East saw the Midlands win all three 50-over matches.

Haynes scored 34 off just 29 balls with six boundaries in their massive 356-3.

Finch claimed 2-48 and Ul-Hassan 3-46 as London-East were dismissed for 287 in 47.1 overs.