SUPER Stourbridge secured title glory after to a dramatic final day of the season.

They leapfrogged Rugby to top Birmingham and District League Division Three by putting Stratford to the sword last Saturday.

It had looked like Stour had fallen at the penultimate hurdle when the previous weekend's loss at title rivals Rugby saw them relinquish the lead with just one game to go.

However, Rugby then slipped up at Newport on the last day as the tables turned once more.

Stour bagged the vital eight-wicket win after bowling Stratford out for just 150 at the War memorial Ground.

The hosts again shared the wickets out but Daniel Such was the pick of the bowling attack with three wickets for the loss of 11 runs from his 10 overs.

Half centuries for opener Jujhar Johal and number three Matt Bradley saw Stour celebrating.

Captain Josh Banks hailed his team after a season to remember.

He said: "We'd had a hard week the week before and it had looked like we'd let it slip.

"It was almost hard to motivate myself let alone the other guys but in the end I just took the seriousness out of it and we decided just to go out and enjoy the last game.

"You never know what is going to happen next season and it could be the last game that all of us play in the same team together. So we were determined to go and win it.

"In the end the results went our way and I think we deserved it.

"It really has been a brilliant team effort. Everyone in the side has contributed to at least two or three wins each this season.

"Everyone is buzzing to be honest. It's great for the whole club.

"It was hard this season because the only thing you could win was the title because of their being no promotion due to the league reshuffle. To be so close and to have it taken away would have been mortifying.

"Instead we have done it and everyone is delighted."