WORCESTER Wolves extended their unbeaten run in the Midlands Conference to seven matches with an 89-54 victory at City of Birmingham.

Leading only 20-14 after the first quarter, Wolves surged ahead 49-18 at the half-way stage and never looked back.

Ash Dickson top-scored with 25, followed by Dylan Richardson on 20 and Dave Nash with 16.

Wolves led 11-0 early on and, 20-5 before being pegged back to just six points heading into the second quarter.

Dickson and Richardson continued to score freely and with Nash, Sam Broughton and Tom Cox adding to the score, the advantage quickly increased to 38-14.

That became 49-18 at half-time and, although Birmingham reduced their arrears, they still trailed 64-37 at the end of the third quarter.

Wolves took control again of the final stanza and wrapped up victory to continue their best ever start to a National League campaign.

Meanwhile, the under 16s lost 68-60 at home to Swindon Sonics, having gone into the last quarter level at 58-58.

James Cook led the way for his team with 19 points.