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WORCESTER LEAGUE ROUND UP - 17 SEPTEMBER 2017

Sunday 17 September, 2017

WORCESTER LEAGUE ROUND UP

Just one point separates five teams at the top of the McDonald’s Worcester & District Football League Sunday Division One, with Fernhill Heath Athletic leading the table after a 5-0 win at Malvern Rangers. George Coley netted twice with Joe Broad, Sam Carey and Mike Cox also on the score sheet. Prince of Wales are second on goal difference, Andy Cornes notching a double with Chris Cornes and Dan Parsons also on target, as they won 4-1 at VBL Sports. Elsewhere Josh Homans netted all four goals in Arrow’s 4-1 home victory over Claines. James Green scored twice as Clifton Rovers beat Worcester Athletic 4-3. Goals from Tai Brown and Oliver Niblett gave The Bell a 2-1 win at Hallow Village.

In the Premier division, bottom of the table FC Malvern have now conceded thirty-one goals in their opening three matches, an 11- 2 drubbing from Northside their latest defeat. George Aston, Leon Roberts and Charlie Tomlinson all bagged a brace for Northside. With Callow End’s match at Hallow falling victim to the 10k run road closures, Perrywood are the new leaders after a 9-1 demolition of Riverside. Joe Bates found the net four times for the second week running with Kirk Layton adding a double. Drakes Broughton Rangers secured their first points of the season with a 5-1 victory at Upton Snodsbury. Chris Jones (2), James Padden, Harry White and Oliver Saunders were all on target for Rangers. The Gloster Arms won 4-1 at New Inn Athletic with goals from Luke Badham, Michael Cole, Jack Cuilty and Lewis Hill.

Division 2 Worcester City Wanderers are without a win in three games, after a 3-1 reversal at Pershore Town Eagles, whose goals came from Seb Douglas, Alex McCathie and Joe Wood.

In division 3, strikes from Alex Jackson, Ben Uren and Ash Terry gave Brewers Saints a 3-1 success at Freemasons Arms.

Shooting star of the day was Shane Shallcross who netted six times as Sebright Arms crushed Colwall Wanderers 7-3 in division 4.

In the Worcester Nursing Sunday Minor Cup first round, Droitwich Spa Eagles Reserves beat Malvern Radar Youth 4-1, Gavin Wood scoring twice. Meanwhile AFC Mazak defeated Malvern Vale 2-0, Dan Woodward and Ricky Johnson their scorers. Also through to the next round are FC Korono who had a narrow 3-2 win against Perdiswell Colts. Tom Groves, Joe Wood and Lukas Eilberg were on target for Korono.


WORCESTER LEAGUE ROUND UP - 10 SEPTEMBER 2017

Sunday 10 September, 2017

WORCESTER LEAGUE ROUND UP

 

Grosvenor Sports are the early leaders of the McDonald’s Worcester & District Football League Sunday Division 4 after two successive wins. Darren Palmer cracked a hat-trick in their latest victory, 7-1 over Spa Rovers, to take his tally to seven in two games. After a difficult first season in the League, Malvern Radar Youth are finding their feet and an 8-1 demolition of New Inn Malvern also gives them two wins out of two. Kieran Smith netted four times with Adam Rushton hitting a hat-trick. Ben Miller was another hat-trick man as new comers Colwall Wanderers crushed Worcester Saints 6-1. 

AFC Mazak lead division 3, George, Tom and Joe Corbett all netted as they won 4-1 at GDL Athletic, Ricky Johnson also on the score sheet. Elsewhere Lower Teme & Martley won 3-2 at Powick, Callum Morris bagging two for Martley, Josh Evans doing likewise for Powick. Adam Ellis notched both goals in Droitwich Spa Eagles 2-1 success at Worcester Rovers. 

Three teams have a 100 per cent record at the top of division 2. FC Korono top the table on goal difference, Lucas Eilberg and Rob Cox both bagging a brace as they hammered Worcester City Wanderers 6-1. Tyler Attwood and Luke Williams both bagged doubles in Warndon Villages’ narrow 4-3 win at Star & Garter. Meanwhile Paul Jones fired a treble as Eaton thumped Kempsey Colts United 5-0. 

Just one point separates the top eight sides in division one with Fernhill Heath Athletic leading the pack after after thrashing Worcester Athletic 7-1. Mike Cox and Ryan Molloy both netted twice for Fernhill Heath. Alarm bells are ringing at VBL Sports who have conceded nineteen goals in their first two matches. Last season’s division 3 champions and Kilbourne Kay Cup winners were on the wrong end of a 13-1 score line at Arrow. Josh Homans netted four times and there were doubles for Sam Mogford and Charlie Burrows. Goals from Chris Page and Devon Smith gave Claines a 2-1 victory at The Bell. 

In the Premier division, reigning champions Callow End are already looking hot favourites to retain their crown. Nick Macpherson smashed his second hat-trick in successive weeks as they beat Northside 4-0. Perrywood moved into second place, new signing Joe Bates netting four times in their 6-3 home win over FC Malvern. Jack Preece scored twice for the visitors. New Inn Athletic are sitting third in the table, Nick Jones bagging two as they sunk Riverside 3-1. Three goal keeping errors were the story behind Hallow’s 2-1 win at Drakes Broughton Rangers, Kyonn Evans and Luke Gaffney on target for Hallow. The Gloster Arms beat Upton Snodsbury 3-2, Jack Cullity, Louis Loader and Lewis Hill on the score sheet for the Gloster, Mark Bellamy grabbing both the Upton goals.


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