Oswestry have set their sights on further Birmingham League promotions after reaching their highest standard of cricket in the club’s 157-year history.
Despite going down by five runs at home to Tamworth on Saturday, the Morda Road men wrapped up the Division Three title.
Players and officials have enjoyed a weekend of celebrations and insist they will not be going into Division Two simply to make up the numbers.
“We will be looking to move on as high as we can,” said club captain Mike Robinson.
“Brewood and Barnards Green both went up from Division Three last season and have been promoted again now.
“I’m not saying we will do the same but it shows you can go straight through.”
Meanwhile, Quatt are celebrating breaking into the Birmingham League for the first time.
Saturday’s 179-run home thumping of Shelton wrapped up the Shropshire County Cricket League Premier Division title for Quatt, who finished six points ahead of Wem.