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Weekly Round Up

Sunday 15 January, 2017

The eagerly anticipated clash at the top of the McDonald’s Worcester & District Football League Sunday Premier Division, between reigning champions Hallow and current leaders Callow End, resulted in a 2-1 win for Callow End. Jon Murphy gave Callow End the lead with James Smith adding a second goal after the interval. Shaquille Tulloch pulled one back for Hallow but Callow End ended the match as deserved winners. They now have a three point lead over Hallow with two games in hand. Elsewhere Northside won 4-0 at The Bell @ Pensax with goals from Javed Ahmed, George Ashton, Ryan Pugh and Ben White. Meanwhile Upton Snodsbury beat Worcester Saints 2-0, Dan Colburn and Joe Wood on target.


Drakes Broughton Rangers are the new leaders of division one after a 3-1 success at Claines, Tom Coultas-Morton (2) and Joe Barrett their scorers. Bedwardine maintained their title challenge, Ben Price scoring twice in a 3-0 win at Northwick Arms. Worcester City Wanderers won their bottom of the table clash at Ale Madrid 3-2 with strikes from Dean Ballard, Owen Philip and Dave Wilson.


Worcester Athletic have a one point lead at the top of division 2 after a 4-0 victory at Hornets, Macauley Austin and Adam Whitehead both bagging a brace. However both Arrow and Prince of Wales have four matches in hand and they both recorded comfortable victories. Gary Jones cracked a hat-trick for Arrow who thumped Colwall St James 5-2, Sam Mogford and Lee Seldon also on the score sheet. Prince of Wales crushed Perrywood Reserves 5-1 with goals from Dan Parsons, Rik Halion, Andrew Cornes, Chris Read and Sam Parsons. Clifton Rovers are still in the hunt for honours, Damien Dutton, Josh Stafford, Rich Taylor and Alex Cope all on target as they won 4-3 at Korono.


Shooting star of the day was Owen Lane of VBL Sports who netted four times in the division 3 leaders 6-3 victory at Hallow Reserves. Martin Fowler notched a double for VBL as did Ricky Harrison for Hallow. Kempsey United are in second place, Matt Curtis, Luan Ghashi and Dean Roberts on target in their narrow 3-2 win over The Bull Inn. A remarkable hat-trick from Dan Allcock, all three goals coming in the last five minutes of the match, gave Droitwich Spa Eagles the bragging rights over Droitwich Athletic, 3-0 the final score line.


Division 4 leaders St Johns Colts led 4-0 at half-time against Droitwich Spa Eagles Reserves, courtesy of another Alex Hewitt hat-trick. Stu Richie netted twice in a spirited Eagles fight back but Colts hung on for a 4-3 win. Eaton Rovers hot-shot Claudio Da Costa fired a treble for his team who sit in third place after a 4-2 home win over Malvern Radar Youth. There were disgraceful scenes at Worcester Saints Reserves, where the referee had to abandon the match with Lower Teme & Martley after 70 minutes, because of a mass brawl between the two teams. Lower Teme were winning 4-2 at the time of the abandonment.

Weekly Round Up

Monday 09 January, 2017

There was a shock result at St Johns Colts in Division 4 of the McDonald’s Worcester & District Football League where visitors Riley’s Sports beat the current leaders 5-4 in a nine goal thriller. Harry Beaumont (2), Josh Rogers, Adam Turner and Jon Warman were on target for Rileys with Alex Hewitt netting twice for the Saints. Elsewhere Brewers Arms hammered Tenbury Athletic 8-1. Louis Baker cracked a treble and Toby Attwood a double. Ryan Collins scored twice for Grosvenor Sports who beat Malvern Radar Youth 3-2. Worcester Saints Reserves had a narrow 4-3 win at Droitwich Spa Eagles Reserves with goals from Jacob Watton, Jack Powell, James Hughes and Adam Collett.


Premier Division leaders Hallow had six players cautioned but still won 4-0 at The Gloster Arms. Kyonn Evans notched a brace with Aston Gunter and Ben Harborne also on the score sheet. James Lush (2) and Oliver Garfield scored for Falcons who had a 3-1 victory at Colwall Village.


FC Sporting Worcester strengthened their position at the top of Division One with a resounding 7-1 win at Hallow Village where there was a brace each for Kyle Belmonte, Luke Corbett and Zaq Hussain. Claines demolished Northwick Arms 9-1, Simon Hill hitting a hat-trick. Nathan Walker netted twice for Ale Madrid who went down 5-4 at home to Virgin Athletic.


Hot favourites for the Division 2 crown, Arrow and the Prince of Wales, both crashed to defeats. Josh Stafford bagged two for Clifton Rovers who beat Arrow 3-2 and with games in hand could mount their own challenge for the title. Worcester Athletic are the new leaders after thumping Prince of Wales 5-2, Liam Edwards and Ryan Laveney both bagging a brace.


VBL Sports have a three point lead at the top of Division 3, Harry Snelling and Martin Fowler their scorers in a 2-0 win over Droitwich Athletic. Hallow Reserves won 2-1 at Powick with goals from Tyler Attwood and Ricky Harrison.


Malvern Rangers are through to the quarter-finals of the Southam Trophy, Lewis Doyle and Jake Churchill both netting doubles as they beat Pershore Town Eagles 5-3.


Worcester Lynx will play Brewers Arms in the quarter-finals of the Bernard Finnegan Cup after a 2-1 success at The Bell @ Pensax Reserves, Luke Bailey and Pat Brocklehurst their scorers.


In the Worcester Nursing Sunday Junior Cup, Callow End won 4-1 at Fernhill Heath Athletic with strikes from Matt Andrews, Jon Murphy, Scott Finnegan and Nick Macpherson. A brace from Luke Yeomans saw Upton Snodsbury also go through, 2-1 at Northside. However Perrywood’s interest in the competition ended with a 4-1 home defeat to Bartley Green Illey.

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