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There was a shock result in the first round of the McDonald’s Worcester & District Football League Baylis Cup, where Division One FC Sporting Worcester beat Premier Division leaders Callow End 3-0. Paris Blake, Zaqib Hussain and Aaron Marston were on target for Sporting.
In the Southam Trophy, James Martine hit a hat-trick for Clifton Rovers who crushed Droitwich Spa Eagles 6-1.
Division Four rivals, Lower Teme & Martley and Brewers Athletic met in the Bernard Finnegan Cup but the anticipated close match did not come to fruition. Louis Baker scored twice as Brewers eased to a 4-0 victory. Also through to the next round are Worcester Lynx, Jon Vinall cracking a hat-trick for the second week running as they hammered Worcester Saints Reserves 6-0.
In the Premier Division Hallow returned to the top of the table with an 8-2 demolition of The Bell @ Pensax. Tyler Attwood made a happy return to the club where he won the Golden Boot award two years ago, netting five times. There was a surprise 2-0 victory for Colwall Village at The Gloster Arms, Jack Parker and Ryan Shemwell their scorers. Meanwhile strikes from Joe Comerford and Dan Phillips gave Northside a 2-1 win at Falcons.
Bedwardine are the new Division One leaders after a 3-1 home win over Claines, Mike Burgess, George Martin and Todd Richardson all on the score sheet. Elsewhere there were hat-tricks for Scott Fletcher in Northwick Arms 5-1 success at Ale Madrid, Mike Cox as Fernhill Heath Athletic thumped Worcester City Wanderers 6-2 and Joe Barrett as Drakes Broughton Rangers beat St Johns 5-1.
Division 2 leaders Arrow crashed to a 5-2 defeat at Colwall St James where Olivier Smith notched a double for the Saints. Meanwhile Josh Homans netted four times for CSKA Worcester who hammered Worcester Athletic 6-1 and Lewis Butterworth grabbed a hat-trick for Prince of Wales who despatched Korono 5-1.
Kempsey sit on top of Division 3, Mark Watkins bagging two as they defeated Powick 5-0. Liam Neath and Tom Poke both bagged a brace for Droitwich Athletic who tamed The Bull Inn 6-1. Hallow Reserves gave an outing to 57 year old Micky Bryant and he set up two of his team’s goals in their 3-3 draw with New Inn Saints.
A nine goal thriller in Division 4 saw St Johns Colts scrape home 5-4 after leading 5-0 with fifteen minutes of the match remaining. Alex Hewitt found the net four times for the Colts, Mark Edwards notching a hat-trick for GDL.
In the WFA Sunday Minor Cup, Malvern Vale trounced Tenbury Athletic 10-0. Kyle Stimson fired a treble with Ryan Perks and Chris Packer both netting doubles.
Oldbury Park Tigers are through to the next round of the Worcester Nursing Sunday Minor Cup, Anthony Smith scoring twice as they beat The Bell @ Pensax Reserves 4-3.
FC Five Fathers climbed into the top half of the McDonald’s Worcester & District Football League, Sunday Division One with a resounding 7-0 victory at Ale Madrid. Sam Yeomans netted four times with Russ White adding a double. Elsewhere Will Hemming and Harry Wyatt both bagged a brace as Drakes Broughton Rangers beat Worcester City Wanderers
6-3. FC Sporting Worcester still lead the table on goal difference, Paris Blake scoring twice in their 3-1 home win over Virgin Athletic. Bedwardine lie in second place, George Martin bagging two in a 3-1 defeat of the Northwick Arms.
Premier Division leaders Callow End beat Upton Snodsbury 3-1 with goals from Brad Birch (2) and Jake Saunders. There was a brace each for Kyonn Evans of Hallow who won 2-1 at Riverside and Tyler Attwood as Worcester Saints defeated Colwall Village 2-1. Goals from Daniel Ajetunmobi and James Baldwin gave Perrywood a 2-1 victory at Falcons.
Arrow top Division 2, strikes from Gary Jones and Miguel Passaro giving them a 2-0 home win against Clifton Rovers. A single strike from Lewis Doyle secured three points for Malvern Rangers versus Hornets. CSKA Worcester are the only unbeaten team in the division and they moved into second place with a 4-1 success against Perrywood Reserves. Their scorers were Mike Keay, Lee Mitchell, Matt Dance and Paul Fletcher. Macauley Austin notched a double for Worcester Athletic who drew 3-3 at Korono.
The match of the day in Division 3 saw Kempsey win 3-1 at Droitwich Spa Eagles with goals from Jack Dakin, Matt Hodges and Mark Thomas. There was a double each for Seb Parker of The Bull Inn who beat Droitwich Athletic 4-1 and Adam Gartrell in New Inn Saints 3-1 defeat of Powick. Goals from Greg Lord, Richard Price and Joe Wood gave The Bell @ Pensax Reserves a narrow 3-2 win against Malvern Vale.
Shooting star of the day was Josh Cochrane who netted five times as leaders Lower Teme & Martley thrashed Droitwich Spa Eagles Reserves 8-2, Simon Jones scoring twice for the Eagles. There were two goals each for Paul Jones of Eaton Rovers who beat St Johns Colts 5-2, Luke Perry of GDL Athletic who lost 3-2 at home to Worcester Saints Reserves and Louis Baker as Brewers Athletic won 4-1 at Malvern Radar Youth. Oldbury Park Tigers crushed Tenbury Athletic 5-1, Danny Burne and Ricky Johnson both bagging a brace. Grosvenor Sports recorded their first win of the season, 5-1 at Riley’s Sports with Kieran Bell, Craig Collins, Ryan Collins, Ashley Mills and Craig English all on the score sheet.
In the second round of the Worcestershire FA Sunday Minor Cup, Worcester Lynx hammered VBL Sports 8-0, with Pat Brocklehurst and Jon Vinall both cracking hat-tricks.