JOSH Tongue was among the wickets as Worcestershire seconds wrapped up their 2018 Championship programme with a nine-wicket win over Derbyshire at Belper.

The paceman, on the way back from a metatarsal fracture, had final-day figures of 5.1-1-11-4 as the hosts lost their last seven wickets for 46 runs in 20.1 overs.

Skipper Ollie Westbury then hit a rapid half-century as the seconds reached their modest 87 victory target in just 13 overs.

It earned them a maximum haul of 24 points — four for batting, four for bowling and 16 for winning.

Derbyshire resumed the day on 80-3 and added 10 further runs before Dillon Pennington started a procession of wickets by trapping Callum Brodrick lbw for 33.

The England under 19 bowler picked up his sixth wicket of the match at the same total as Daryn Smit (0) went for a pull and got caught by Steve Magoffin at square leg.

Tongue then took centre stage and began by trapping former Worcestershire academy player Zen Malik lbw for 20.

Hamidullah Qadri (0) nicked Tongue to Ben Twohig at third slip and he then wrapped up the tail.

Magoffin claimed the other Derbyshire wicket to fall on the final day and Pennington ended with figures of 9-4-19-3 and 23-7-61-6 for the match.

Openers Westbury and Tom Fell were in the mood to wrap up proceedings quickly and put on 73 in 10.4 overs before the latter was caught at mid-wicket off Qadri on 32.

Westbury remained unbeaten on 51 from 44 balls with 10 boundaries.

Worcestershire had scored 330 all out in their first innings with Alex Milton scoring 68, Josh Dell 64 and Ben Twohig 45.