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WORCESTER LEAGUE ROUND UP - 15 OCTOBER

Sunday 15 October, 2017

St Johns are the new leaders of the McDonald’s Worcester & District Football League Sunday Division One after a 7-1 demolition of AFC Claines. Matt Turner netted four times with Daniel Harding-Hall, Dan Baker and Andy Richardson also on the score sheet. The Saints have now won their opening four games and replace Clifton Rovers at the top of the table on goal difference. Just two points separate the top five teams in this division, Arrow currently lie third, George Brand, Lee Seldon and Josh Homans on target as they won 3-1 at Malvern Rangers. Goals from Rik Halion (2) and Dan Parsons gave Prince of Wales a 3-1 victory at Hallow Village. Worcester Athletic pulled away from the relegation zone, crushing Fernhill Heath Athletic 7-2, Dean Waldron scoring twice. 

Hallow have a three point lead at the top of the Premier division, Kyle Belmonte, Zaq Hussain, Kyonn Evans and James McKee all on target as they beat Riverside 4-1. FC Malvern recorded their first league win of the season, 2-0 against Drakes Broughton Rangers with strikes from Aaron Smith and Andre Rodrigues. After a slow start to the season, Upton Snodsbury are climbing the table, Dan Colburn notching a double in their 4-1 success at New Inn Athletic. 

A 3-0 win against Hornets cemented FC Korono’s place at the top of division 2, their fifth successive win. Ed Ruscoe, Julian Hopcraft and Robert Cox all found the net for Korono. Eaton moved into second place, Claudio Da Costa and Paul Jones both bagging a brace as they beat FC Star & Garter 4-2. There were doubles for Brent Barnett of Pershore Town Eagles who won 4-3 against Warndon Villages and Alex Hewitt as St Johns Colts defeated Colwall St James 3-1. Goals from Ashley Bloore and Kieran Hawkes gave Kempsey Colts United a 2-0 home win over Malvern Vale. 

In division 3, leaders Express Falcons won 2-1 at Lower Teme & Martley, Josh Beckett and Chris Watling their scorers. A single strike from Calum Hanson gave Worcester Rovers victory over GDL Athletic and moved them into second place. Droitwich Spa Eagles beat Powick 2-1, Adam Ellis and Matt Wood on target for Eagles, Louis Bourke replying for Powick. Strikes from Rio Janic and Ollie Leach gave Perdiswell Colts a 2-1 win at Brewers Saints. 

There was a shock result in division 4 where Grosvenor Sports, who had won all four of their previous league games, were knocked off the top of the table by Drakes Broughton Rangers Reserves. Kris Baker and Ben Ladds both netted doubles for Rangers, their first victory of the season. Spa Rovers are the new leaders, Tom Fazackerley, Jordan Fox, Connor Grant and Adam Vickers all on the score sheet as they won 4-0 at Sebright Arms. Just two points separate the top five teams in this division, Worcester Saints climbing to second after thrashing Eaton Reserves 10-3. Luke Morris cracked a treble with Matt Stock and Clayton Homer both recording doubles. New Inn Sports Malvern also won their first match of the season, Dave Jones bagging two in a 3-2 win over Colwall Wanderers. 

In the Worcester Nursing Sunday Junior Cup, Nick Macpherson hit a hat-trick as Callow End strolled to a 6-0 win at Sporting Redditch.

 


WORCESTER LEAGUE ROUND UP - 8 OCTOBER 2017

Sunday 08 October, 2017

An eight goal thriller at Arrow in the McDonald’s Worcester & District Football League Sunday Division One, saw the home team draw 4-4 with visitors The Bell, after being 3-0 down at half-time. Gary Jones, George Brand, Mike Hankins and Miguel Passaro were on the score sheet for Arrow, Greg Lord (2), Tom Jancey and Tai Brown replying for The Bell.Meanwhile Clifton Rovers consolidated their position at the top of the table with a 2-1 win over Prince of Wales. Will Griffith scored both the Clifton goals, Dan Parsons netting for the Prince. St Johns have won their opening three games, Tom Baker, Jordan Preece and Jay Lee on target as they beat Fernhill Heath Athletic 3-0. 

Hallow lead the Premier division table after annihilating hapless FC Malvern 15-1. Kyonn Evans netted five times with Zaq Hussain and Kyle Belmonte both hitting hat-tricks. Last season’s division one runners-up New Inn Athletic have made a great start to the season and they had an impressive 2-1 win at Perrywood to end the Wood’s 100 per cent record. Nick Jones and Charlie Joyner were on target for New Inn, Joe Bates for Perrywood. Elsewhere Luke Badham and Sam Daffin both bagged a brace as The Gloster Arms thumped Drakes Broughton Rangers 5-0. Riverside drew 2-2 with Northside, Tas Latif and Mario Viera on target for Riverside, George Aston and Stuart Greaves replying for Northside. 

Malvern Vale moved into second place in division 2, Ricky Buckland and Luke Bailey both notching doubles as they hammered St Johns Colts 7-1. Warndon Villages lie third, strikes from Steve Lacroix, Luke Williams and Connor Wise giving them a narrow 3-2 victory against Worcester City Wanderers. 

Just one point covers the top four teams in division 3. AFC Mazak lead the table after a 4-0 win over Lower Teme & Martley, George Corbett, Luke Griffin, Joe Corbett and Aaron Marston their scorers. However, Mazak also top the League disciplinary table, after receiving a further five cautions during the course of the match. Express Falcons are second on goal difference, Matt Bannister, Mark Holbrow and Chris Watling on target in their 3-0 victory against Brewers Saints. Masons are also in the promotion mix, Anthony Ward bagging two as they beat Droitwich Spa Eagles 3-0. Worcester Rovers won 2-1 at Powick, Damien Hill and Josh Jones netting for Rovers, Leighton Bridgewater for Powick. 

Grosvenor Sports maintained their 100 per cent record at the top of division 4, hot-shot Darren Palmer cracking a hat-trick in their 5-2 home win over New Inn Athletic Malvern. Colwall Wanderers are second on goal difference, Ben Miller netting four times as they triumphed 5-2 at Malvern Radar Youth. Shooting star, Dylan Hart went one better, scoring five goals in Worcester Saints 6-1 demolition of Droitwich Spa Eagles Reserves. A penalty from Lewis Finch gave Sebright Arms victory at Eaton Reserves, whilst Mitch Kemp scored twice as Spa Rovers crushed Lower Teme & Martley Reserves 7-2.

 


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