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Weekly Round Up

Sunday 14 May, 2017

A nail biting end to the McDonald’s Worcester & District Football League Baylis Cup final saw Perrywood triumph 5-4 in a penalty shoot-out against Bedwardine after an extra-time 2-2 draw. Joe Barson gave Bedwardine an early lead before Perrywood equalised through Scott Gaffney. Man of the match James Baldwin then put Premier division runners-up Wood ahead for the first time against their division one opponents, but Brad Birch sent the game into extra-time with a fine individual goal. Bedwardine had the chance to win the spot-kick contest at 4-4 but missed the target. Perrywood then converted their next penalty before goal keeper Marc Wright became the hero by saving the next Bedwardine effort to seal victory.

 

Earlier in the day Callow End clinched the Premier division trophy for the first time in their history with a 4-0 win against Northside. Nick Macpherson scored twice with Jon Mann and Scott Finnegan also on target. Elsewhere there were two goals each for Mike Hastilow of Upton Snodsbury who beat Riverside 2-1 and Tyler Attwood in Hallow’s 5-3 success at Worcester Saints.

 

The destination of the division 2 championship will be decided next Sunday when Prince of Wales host Clifton Rovers in a winner takes all match, although Clifton only need to draw. Ciaran Parsons netted four times and Zak Jenkins cracked a hat-trick as the Prince demolished Pershore Town Eagles 10-0. Clifton beat CSKA Worcester 5-0 with goals from Josh Stafford (2), Dave Nunn, Tom Edwards and Paul Abraham.


Weekly Round Up

Sunday 30 April, 2017

WORCESTER LEAGUE ROUND UP

 

GDL Athletic lifted the McDonald’s Worcester & District Football League Phipps Cup after a 3-1 penalty shoot-out against the holders The Bull Inn in the final at Pershore Town FC. Richard Garner had given GDL the lead on the stroke of half time before John Barber equalised to send the match into extra-time where there were no further goals.

 

In their first season in the League, St Johns Colts have won the Division 4 championship. Needing to beat close rivals Lower Teme & Martley in their last match to take the crown, they triumphed with a 4-2 victory. Joe Bates (2), Sam Hayes and Ryan Dawkes were on target for the Saints, Saul Lucas and Dan Soley replying for Martley. Eaton Rovers took the runners-up spot after crushing Brewers Arms 6-1. Steve Pitt cracked a treble and Claudio Da Costa a double. Elsewhere Oliver Kendall scored twice for Worcester Saints Reserves who beat Droitwich Spa Eagles Reserves 3-0.

 

Next Sunday’s clash between Perrywood and Callow End could well decide the destination of the Premier division title. Perrywood won 4-0 at Upton Snodsbury with goals from Kirk Layton, Alan Parkinson, Simon Vaughan and Garry Price. Meanwhile Callow End hammered Colwall Village 9-1, Jon Mann and Rob Sinclair both hitting hat-tricks, Sam Black adding a brace. Perrywood currently lead the table by two points from Callow End who have a game in hand. A single strike from Charlie Tomlinson gave Northside victory over The Gloster Arms.

 

There were goals galore in the two Division One matches played. Virgin Athletic clinched the runners-up spot with an 8-4 win over Northwick Arms, Scott Fletcher scoring twice for Northwick. In the other fixture played, St Johns won 5-4 at Hallow Village.

 

Clifton Rovers have a two point lead over Prince of Wales at the top of Division 2 after a 2-0 success at Hornets, Tom Edwards grabbing both goals. The two contenders meet on the last day of the season in a potential title deciding match. Ed Juckes fired a treble for Korono who won 5-2 at Perrywood Reserves.

 

Division 3 champions VBL Sports travelled to Malvern Vale where they went down 3-1, only their third reversal of the season. Andrew Branelly, Chris King and Stuart Harvey were on the score sheet for the Vale. Kierna Hawkes netted the only goal of the game in Kempsey United’s win at The Bell @ Pensax Reserves.

 

Callow End and The Gloster Arms meet in the final of the league’s Katherine Rayer Cup on Wednesday at Malvern Town F.C. (7.30 pm).


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