A DAZZLING display with bat and ball from Matthew Harber steered Knighton-on-Teme to a resounding victory over Moccas in Division Three of the Marches League.

Put into bat, Knighton managed 119-6 from their 40 overs as they kept in check by some decent bowling from the hosts. Robbie James hit 34 and Harber added an unbeaten 34 while opener Tom Packham chipped in with 19.

But it was with the ball that Harber turned the game taking an incredible eight wickets for just three runs off seven overs as the home side crashed to 30 all out.

Five of those players were out for a duck and had it not been for a stubborn unbeaten 11 from Jonathan Dyke, the victory would have been wrapped up even sooner.