Worcestershire's Henry Cullen and Olly Cox starred in the latest sweep of matches in the Birmingham and District Premier League.

Barnt Green’s wicket keeper-batter Cox scored 77 runs off 90 balls, achieving a seven-wicket win away at Barnards Green.

He counted 13 boundaries and partnerships of 79 and 62 with Ben Chapman-Lilley and Amrinder Brar, respectively.

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At 167, Cullen was third out, helping the visitors meet their target of 182 in just 33.3 overs.

He also caught one and stumped another, as the hosts were bowled out for 181 in 54.2 overs.

Set to play in the Vitality Blast against Northamptonshire on Friday, Cox also made a good impression as an opener for Ombersley against Himley.

With a score of 84 off 129 balls, including two sixes and eight fours, Ombersley did their best to chase down Himley’s 227-7 off 55 overs, but fell short by 29 runs.

His side were shut out at 198 in 54.2 overs, with Cox being the seventh out at 186.

Assistant head coach for Worcestershire, Kadeer Ali, had a rare turn at the crease, scoring 41 for Smethwick.

With Isaac Mohammed, he achieved a total of 323-4 before he was second out at 118.

Despite Ali's best efforts, Dartmouth held onto a losing draw at 151-7.

In Premier Division Two, Harry Darley claimed three wickets, including Will Rhodes on 88, in a game that saw Shrewsbury (223-7) defeating Worfield (222-9) by three wickets.