Harpenden finished their Herts Cricket League Premiership season with another win - but it was not enough to clinch the title.

They beat Bishop's Stortford by 114 runs at the Common but they stayed second in the final standings, five points behind Potters Bar who won on the last ball at home to Old Owens.

Harps made 329-6 with James Latham (78) and Chris Swanson (71) setting the platform for a late flourish from Usman Farooq (34*) and Harry Seagrave (29*), the latter getting his total from just eight balls.

Jack Doyle then took 4-25 and Arthur Garrett 3-49 as the home side kept a tight leash on the visitors.

Radlett finished third after rubber-stamping Welwyn Garden City's relegation at Cobden Hill.

They won by 59 runs with Dominic Chatfield (58), David Burrell (42) and Christopher Arul (42) their top scorers with the bat.

Chatfield then took 4-34 and Kabir Toor 3-30.

Redbourn's 94-run over champions Shenley Village was not enough to prevent them being relegated, Hemel Hempstead picking up enough points in defeat to St Albans to remain ahead of them.

Conor Yorath finished with a flourish for Redbourn hitting 136 with 57 for Harry Cobb too.

Adam Pritchard then took 5-23 as Shenley were bowled out for 206.

St Albans' 29-run win at Heath Park means they finish the season in fifth.

Max Capaldi was left unbeaten on 95 as they got to 289-5 batting first but Hemel's final total of 260-4 ultimately proved crucial for their Championship fate.

Sandridge were relegated from Division Three B after losing by 227 runs at WGC seconds, that success sending the garden city up as champions.

Wheathampstead finished third as second placed Tewin also won.

Wheato's last day success came by 31 runs against Northchurch, Faris Haider taking 5-15.

London Colney were seventh after losing by 91 runs to Northwood Town.

Greenwood Park were promoted from Division Six A after finishing second.

They ended with a 12th win of the season, beating Rickmansworth by 138 runs.

Ahmed Siddique scored 106 while Nitesh Shetty chipped in with 66.