Worcestershire's Harry Darley took the headlines in the Birmingham Premier League this week with a trio of wickets for Shrewsbury in their victory over Old Hill.

This young pace bowler helped limit the opposition to 127-5 off 22 overs as the rain impacted play in the Premier Division Two fixture.

Darley dismissed Hasan Ahmed with his first delivery, before also ejecting Bilal Hassan in his starting four-over spell.

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He then returned to the attack, dismissing Sam Keeling-Wright and finishing with figures of 7-0-23-3.

Darley’s work with the ball did not warrant him to bat as Shrewsbury cruised to a seven-wicket win with 132-3 from a mere 13.5 overs.

In a Division One game, Ethan Brookes was free-scoring for Knowle and Dorridge during their winning draw with Halesowen.

Brookes amassed 37 off 20 deliveries, consisting of two sixes and four fours.

Coming in at number four at 105-2, he was fourth out at 155 as his side totalled 185-7 from 35 overs.

Brookes bowled a short stint of two overs, costing just nine runs as Halesowen held firm at 119-8 from 31 overs.

Looking ahead, Worcestershire Rapids are set to return on Friday when they host Birmingham Bears at Visit Worcestershire New Road in the Vitality Blast.

The County Championship also makes a Sunday (June 23) return when the Pears host Surrey.