GEORGE Rhodes set up Barnards Green to complete the Birmingham League Division One double over Brockhampton with a 101-run victory.

The North End Lane hosts were asked to bat first and Worcestershire's Rhodes dominated their 237 all out in 50.2 overs with 121.

He hit 12 fours and three sixes in 140 balls with fellow opener Ryan Tongue (20), Phil Harris (25) and County team-mate Josh Tongue (42) offering support.

Rhodes was dropped by wicketkeeper Ian Bullock in the sixth over before skipper Ryan Tongue got bowled after hitting a big six.

Adam Wiffen was bowled for a duck but Rhodes and Harris combined for a 50-run partnership and the County player's six brought up the 100.

Harris was bowled but then Josh Tongue hit one four and two sixes before being caught at deep cover with Rhodes passing his 100 off just 123 balls and taking Green past 200 in the 44th over.

Green collapsed from 210-4 with Rhodes caught at long-off as Adam Hewlett took 5-73.

Brockhampton were reduced to 11-3 in the seventh over by Josh Tongue and Harris.

Josh Tongue, in his return from injury, came off after six overs with figures of 2-2 to be replaced by Jon Dovey (2-34) who took a wicket in his first over.

Harris (3-29) struck twice more to leave Brockhampton struggling on 26-6 in the 13th over.

Brockhampton went past 50 in the 19th over but spinner Josh Blunt bowled Nick Powell (27).

Some big hitting took the visitors past the ton with Jamie McIlroy top scoring on 31 not out but Blunt (3-46) mopped up the innings.

The 24 points took Green to sixth just nine off second spot ahead of Saturday's trip to Oswestry who are one place above them.

The seconds lost at Division Two South leaders Berkswell by nine wickets after struggling to 119 all out with Callum Morris scoring 29no.

Ollie Davies was left on 87no as Green's thirds lost by 91 runs on the penultimate ball at Harborne sixths in Worcestershire League Division Seven.

The hosts made 316 all out with Rob Eyles taking 5-37 and Harrison Smith 3-64.

In reply, Tanbir Ahmed (35) and Neil Morris (39) started well before Sam Clarke, Owen Gregory and Barnaby Tripp supported Davies.

Green under 19s beat Kidderminster but lost to Colwall in the Vitality T20 Blast.

A young side scored 137 against Kidderminster through Ben Sutton (44), George White (31) and George Blannin (18).

White took 4-28 and Ben Brommage claimed two wickets in the last over to bowl out the town side 10 runs short.

Green battled to reach 107-9 against Colwall thanks to 22 from Brommage and 23no from Ryan Smith-Tandy.

Sutton took 2-10 and Smith 1-16 but Colwall captain PJ Recordon hit out and scored a boundary on the last ball to win for Colwall.