WEM'S Birmingham Premier League Two season ended with a 54 run defeat at home to Halesowen.

AJ Hinkley (114) starred as the visitors posted 244 to defend with James Astley (3-46), Andrew Harrison (2-48) and Ben Peel (2-31) claiming wickets.

Sam Peate (66) and Harry Chandler (29) led Wem's reply but James Harrison (4-47), Alexei Kervezee (3-36) and Nick Payne (2-11) ended their challenge for 190.

Meanwhile Whitchurch's season also ended in a 23 run defeat at home to Worfield in the Henshalls Shrophire Premier League.

Daniel Bowen (4-84) Kashif Hussain (2-44), Ryan Brown (2-53) and Ijaz Yousaf (2-18) restricted the visitors to 230 after Joseph Arnold (76) and Tom Pickerill (48) revived their innings.

Andy Jones (94) and Iftikhar Khan (51) led Whitchurch's reply which ended for 207 thanks to Will Weir (4-41) and Ryan Quiney (4-50).

Meanwhile Ellesmere ended their second division campaign with a five wicket win at home to Chelmarsh.

Joe Austin (4-17), Felix Ashley (3-20) and Ashley Thomas (2-36) restricted the visitors to 109 to defend with Connor Glendinning (35) top scoring.

Simon Rickett (42) top scored in reply before Thomas (18no) steered Mere to 111-5 despite the efforts of Glendinning (3-31) and Charles Thornton (2-9).

Elsewhere Wem IIs lost by four wickets at Albrighton in division three.

Tom Blenkinsop (49), Shaun Mostert (25) and Ian Gillespie (24) led Wem to 153-9 to defend with Christopher Morris (6-54) dominant.

Stuart Raine (2-49) and David Barnett (2-26) led Wem's attack in reply but Bilal Anwar (56) and Sam Wood (31) guided Albrighton to 155-6.

Meanwhile Calverhall crashed to a six wicket defeat at home to Condover in division four.

Ian Millard (42) and Chris Rowe (36no) led a tail end rally to guide Hall to 156 to defend with Ben Jones (3-27), Graeme Hughes (2-9) and Sam Love (2-12) leading the attack.

Millard (2-32) led Glas' attack in reply but Andrew Brooks (46), Andy Mottram (36no) and Charlie Rogers (35no) steered Condover to 157-4.

Elsewhere Iscoyd and Fenns Bank suffered a 118 run defeat at home to Quatt IIs.

Stuart Walters (47) and Elliott Parker (41) led the visitors to 171 to defend with Tom Lea (4-31), Michael Walton (3-31) and Ben Hembrey-Hayward (2-16) leading the wickets.

Only Hembrey-Hayward (10) managed double figures in reply as Terry Cowburn (3-15), Harry Northcott (3-24) and Owen Tanswell (2-1) completed their demise for 53.