BROMYARD were crowned Worcester Evening Cricket League double winners after claiming the Thompson Cup final.

The South Group victors beat the North table-toppers Kempsey by 13 runs at Malvern.

Bromyard also defeated Worcester’s Old Vigornians to win the Dowdeswell Cup after losing in the final to Kempsey and Barnards Green in the previous two seasons.

In the Thompson Cup, Bromyard were restricted to 96-7 off 10 eight-ball overs with Rob Willis (42) top scoring.

Kempsey were chasing the score quite comfortably before economical bowling by captain Will Yarnold and Ed Reece (3-20 off three overs) kept them down to 83-8.

Colwall collected their second trophy of the season as they beat Old Vigornians by 48 runs at Rushwick to capture the Worcester Carnival Cup.

In the 10 eight-ball over final, Colwall scored 131-5 through PJ Recordon (20), Ben Febery (16), Ben Wheeler (50) with six sixes and Matt Morgan (27).

OVs were limited to 83-7 by Mike Gooch, Recordon, Febery and skipper James Wagstaff's 3-6 in two overs.

Colwall had clinched their first trophy of the season in thrilling style.

The villagers beat Malvern Artefacts by five runs in the Worcester Evening League's Tansell Cup final on Ghost Meadow.

Skipper Wagstaff followed up useful late runs in Colwall’s total of 87-8 to take 4-8 with his leg-spin as Artefacts were bowled out for 82 in reply.

The last two wickets came in the final over when just seven runs were needed.