DYLAN McPhee’s inspired century helped Builth Wells to a 58 run derby victory at home to Kington in GB Liners Marches League One.

Steve Anderson had already fallen for a duck while Winston Williams (26) also departed to Mike Green (2-39) to leave Builth on just 33-2.

Sam Williams was joined by McPhee in a 46 run third wicket stand before being caught by Green off William Priday (1-36) to leave Builth on 79-3.

McPhee upped the ante and was joined by Aled Powell in a 120 run fourth wicket partnership before being caught by Priday off Sam Roberts (1-59) for 102, including 11 fours and six sixes in a man of the match winning display.

Powell (33) fell to Ben Lewis (1-59) to leave Chris Roff (28no) and Richard Galton (4no) to guide their side to 233-5 to defend.

Kington were set a rain revised target of 235 in reply.

Richard Davies played a key role, first catching Green off Sam Williams for 41 before bowling Ben Smith for a top scoring 55.

Williams (2-31) and Davies (2-34) completed their hauls as Priday (26) and Lewis (19) fell with Mike Williams (1-37) and Henry Edwards (1-35) chipping in before McPhee (2-34) completed Kington’s demise for 175.

Meanwhile Presteigne stormed to an 81 run victory at Strollers in division three.

Greg Chilman (53), Mark Ammonds (33) and Marc Oglethorpe (25) led Presteigne to 180-6 to defend with Chilman (2-10) and Ammonds (2-9) supporting Jockey Wilson (4-14) in dismissing their hosts for 99 in reply.