BUILTH Wells tasted a 119 run defeat at the hands of Wormelow in the end of season Marches League title play-off.

A sensational unbeaten 130 from 114 balls from opener Luke Jones led Wormelow to an emphatic win.

An opening stand of 57 between Jones and Rich Stafford (18) was followed by a second wicket partnership of 71 as Jasper Linley-Adams (26) joined Jones.

A third half century stand of the innings followed for the fourth wicket as 14 year old Oliver Langford scored 31 in a stand of 75 with Jones.

The Wormelow innings closed on 274-4 from their 40 overs, Jones batting superbly for his 130 not out, his innings containing 18 fours.

Mike Williams was the pick of the Builth attack with 1-36.

The Builth reply got off to a steady start against some miserly new ball bowling from Tom Cutler who conceded just eight runs from his first five overs.

The introduction into the attack of James Snow (4-35) saw wickets began to fall.

Steven Anderson (26) and Steffan Towns (22) top scored for Builth but neither were able to go and play a substantial innings.

Jones completed a fine day by picking up 2-47 before Cutler reintroduced himself into the attack to pick up the final three wickets to finish with 3-14 from his eight overs and complete Builth’s demise for 1455 all out for 155.