BARNARDS Green play in the WCBL Gray's County Cup final against Stourbridge on Sunday at Worcestershire's Blackfinch New Road (2pm).

They thrashed Himley in the semis on Monday after smashing 268-2 off 20 overs and then restricting their visitors to 121-7.

Phil Harris hit 10 sixes and 17 fours in a 57-ball 147.

Ryan Tongue smashed 107 not out off 58 deliveries with 17 fours and two sixes.

Green lost by 78 runs on Saturday as Harborne took over at the top of Birmingham League Premier Division Two.

Harborne’s Swapril Gugale cracked 103 from 74 balls against the Malvern club in the hosts' 303 all out in 47 overs.

Jon Dovey (3-40) and Andy Ford (3-47) took three wickets apiece for Green.

They fell away to 225 all out in reply after Mahaaz Ahmed (68), George Rhodes (37) and Tongue (35) had seen them to 109-2.

Josh Blunt hit 36 late on but George Land (5-47) and Tom Payne (3-30) induced a collapse.

Third-from-bottom Green host Bridgnorth on Saturday (noon).

Meanwhile, Bromyard kept themselves in second place in Worcestershire League Division One by beating Coombs Wood by seven wickets.

David Taylor (4-43) and Edd Oliver (39no) starred as Bromyard bowled their opponents out for 158 and then won with 159-3.

Second-placed Barnards Green seconds won by eight wickets against Martley in Division Three.

England physical disabilities star Ben Sutton (7-50) showed his class as Martley were bowled out for 151.

Green won with 155-2 in reply with Rehaan Edavalath scoring 57 not out.

Eastnor lost by 32 runs to Five Ways Old Edwardians in Division Four after falling short of 267-7 with 235 all out.

Scott Roberts scored 73 and Sam Beale 64.

Rory Mathews (77no) led Hanley Castle and Upton to a six-wicket victory in Division Five against Worcester Nomads seconds despite 76no from Nigel Dexter.

Malvern fell by 162 runs against Claverley and West Malvern went down by 105 runs to Lye.

Lewis Hill hit 48 and Connor Walwyn 37 for Malvern.