WEM crashed to an emphatic 147 run defeat at Harborne in the second division of the Birmingham Premier League.

Opener Swapnil Gugale (108) starred with Jasper Davidson (72) and Tejas Wagle (53) helping the home side to a commanding 317-7 to defend despite the efforts of Dan Cohen (5-68).

Mohit Kale (38) offered resistance in reply before spirited tail end knocks from Ben Peel (32) and Andrew Harrison (27) but Tom Arnold (5-39) and Tom Payne (2-16) completed Wem's demise for 170.

Meanwhile Whitchurch stormed to a 175 run win at Shelton in the Henshalls Shropshire Premier League.

Maisam Jaffri (81), Mubeen Rashid (62) and Elliott Bowen (51) helped Whitchurch to 273-8 with Sam Griffiths (3-42) and Taurai Madiri (2-26) the pick of the attack.

Patrick Phillips (4-36), Daniel Bowen (2-34) and Kashif Hussain (2-7) led Whitchurch's attack in completing the home side's demise for just 98 in reply with Muhammad Jahangir (21) top scoring.

Ellesmere crashed to a seven wicket defeat at Knockin in division two.

Kieran Barry (79) led Mere to 171 to defend with Joe Kynaston (4-5) and Jonny Evans (2-48) the pick of the home attack with Kynaston (57) and Adam Smith (64) leading Knockin to 172-3 and victory in reply.

Wem IIs eased to an eight wicket at home to Madeley IIs in division three.

Stuart Raine (3-27) and David Barnett (3-18) were joined by Harry Astley (2-20) in restricting the visitors to 153-9 with Matt Stuart (28) and Steve Maden (28) top scoring.

Russell Mellings (63no) carried his bat in reply with support from Oliver Cooper (37) guiding Wem to 154-2 and glory.

Calverhall toasted a nine wicket win at home to Broseley in division four.

Martin Williams (5-21) and Harry Pyke (2-29) led Hall in limiting Broseley to 141-9 with Dan Handley (37) top scoring for the visitors.

Williams (59no) carried his bat in reply and was joined by Ben Oakley (62) in steering Hall to 143-1.

Iscoyd also toasted a 36 run win at home to Trysull after Duncan Wright (72) and Tom Lea (75) led the hosts to 239-8 to defend.

Stuart Hickman (3-11), Sachin Sodhi (2-36) and Lee Craig (2-39) claimed wickets.

Craig (120no) carried his bat in reply but Ray Dale (3-53), Tom Wynne (2-40) and Jake Chaplin (2-31) ensured Trysull closed on 203-8.

Whitchurch IIIs celebrated a seven wicket win over Column in division five.

Dave Brunyard (3-51), Jack Giddings (2-27) and John Peers (2-24) restricted Column to 191-9 with Mark Ferguson (40) top scoring.

Owen Silvester (99no) carried his bat in reply with support from Brunyard (30) guiding Whitchurch to 192-3 despite the efforts of Milun Dhasingani (3-40).

Ellesmere IIs crashed to a heavy 121 run defeat at home to Hinstock whose opener Gareth Masters (60) led his side to 199-9 to defend despite the efforts of Matt Harrington (2-35) and Chloe-Brooke Rickett (2-44).

Paddy Harrington (22) led Mere's reply but Harvey Wakefield (4-10), Paul Aston (2-18) and Melvin Williams (2-24) ensured it ended for just 78.

Meanwhile Wem IIIs made light work of Knockin IVs in a 105 run Sunday League Two win.

James Blenkinsop (120no) carried his bar alongside Stephen Chandler (76) as Wem posted 242-3 with Julian Gallimore (3-39) the pick of the attack.

Charlie Connacher (2-26) led Mere's attack which ensured Knockin closed on 137-7 with Terry Mutton (37) and Geraint Lloyd (33) top scoring.