YOUNG Worcestershire talent Jack Haynes was soon back among the runs on the comeback trail.

The 18-year-old was ruled out of England under 19s' winter tour of Bangladesh with a foot injury.

But Haynes returned for Malvern College, where he is in the final year of his studies, and scored 80 in a nine-wicket win over Repton School.

He then hit 25 off 33 balls for the college in the traditional match against the visiting Worcestershire Academy before being bowled by Reeve Evitts.

Academy product Haynes signed his first professional contract with the County last summer up until the end of the 2020 season.

The college defeated the academy by 57 runs in a 35 overs-per-side match.

Robbie Hardwick (38), Daniel Brierley (35 not out) and Luke Tulacz (37) helped the college to 184-6.

Evitts finished with 2-12, Freddie Fallows 2-35, Henry Marshall 1-26 and Cameron Harding 1-29.

The academy were bowled out for 127 in 31 overs with Alex Hinkley top-scoring with 21.

Tulacz (3-30), Aaron Tomson (3-14) and Dan Holland (2-14) were the most successful bowlers.