WORCESTER Sorcerers bid to conjure up a first win from their second West Midlands Baseball League game on Sunday.

The city club hosted a successful first competitive match against Stourbridge Titans but the scoreline did not go their way.

Visitors Titans won 21-12 and now Sorcerers entertain Wolverhampton Wolves, who had been due to stage this weekend's fixture, at King's School Worcester playing fields (noon).

Sorcerers' players could hold their heads up high after many enjoyed their first competitive match against Stourbridge.

Worcester mayor Jabba Riaz threw the first ball in front of a good crowd before starting pitcher Scott Butler took over.

It needed a few batters getting to base to find rhythm for Sorcerers but they went on to match Titans for hits with 15 apiece alongside some eye-catching plays in the field.  But the Black Country side converted their hits into more runs overall.

Worcester led 10-7 after the fourth innings and 11-10 following the fifth only for Stourbridge to run away with the sixth and seventh before the three-hour time limit was reached.

The city side's squad also included chairman and founder Luke Borton, Lee Jackson, Alex Darby, Chris Wheeler, Nat Garfield, Alan Witts, Chris Cox, Lee Wilson, Gavin Spares, Niall Jones, Tony O’Hara, John Insley, Bryn Myers, Andy Rigby, Jimmy Whelan, Rich Austin, Nick Bushell, Olly Jones and Rich Prosser.