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Weekly Round Up

Sunday 04 December, 2016

A nine goal thriller at CSKA Worcester in the McDonald’s Worcester & District Football League Sunday Division 2 saw visitors FC Korono come away with a 5-4 victory. Jack Pomroy (2), Lewis Jones, Ed Roscoe and Brad Smith were on target for Korono. Josh Homans, Lewis Finch, Luke Fowler and Shaun Newman replied for CSKA who still lead the division despite three successive defeats. Meanwhile Worcester Athletic beat Colwall St James 3-2 with goals from Adam Whitehead (2) and Macauley Austin.


In Division One Drakes Broughton Rangers hammered Hallow Village 7-0. Joe Barrett, Matt Greenwood and Sam O’Neill all bagged a brace with James Padden also on the score sheet. Elsewhere Worcester City Wanderers drew 2-2 with FC Sporting Worcester. Aaron Drake and Antony Cakebread netted for the Wanderers, Ben Yates and Aaron Marston replying for Sporting.


Hallow returned to the top of the Premier Division on goal difference with a 6-2 victory over Colwall Village. Tyler Attwood and Kyonn Evans both notched double for Hallow. The Gloster Arms were held to a 2-2 draw by Riverside. Ed Lyons and Andy Fletcher scored for the Gloster, Naim Rexhaj and Andre Rodrigues replying for Riverside.


Grosvenor Sports travelled to Malvern Radar Youth in division4 and came away with a 7-3 victory. Ryan Collins cracked a treble and Rob Burston a double for Grosvenor. St Johns Colts had a narrow 4-3 win at Riley’s. Ben Gillam, Sam Hayes, Alex Hewitt and Jack Godwin were the Saints scorers, Adam Turner bagging two for Riley’s. Matt Telford hit a hat-trick for Brewers Arms who beat GDL Athletic 4-1.


In the Worcester Nursing Sunday Minor Cup, Clifton Rovers went through 3-0 against Prince of Wales with strikes from Josh Stafford, Rich Taylor and Rich Tipping. However, despite a brace from Gary Jones, Arrow went out 5-3 against Bromsgrove Corinthians.

Weekly round up

Sunday 27 November, 2016

In their first season in the McDonald’s Worcester & District Football League, St Johns Colts are making a strong challenge for honours in Sunday division 4. Sam Hayes hit a treble and Alex Hewitt added a double as they crushed promotion rivals Eaton Rovers 6-1. Elsewhere there were also hat-tricks for Shaun Caines of Droitwich Spa Eagles Reserves who thumped Grosvenor Sports 6-0 and Harry Beaumont in Rileys Sports 4-1 win against Worcester Saints Reserves.


An entertaining game in the Premier Division saw The Bell @ Pensax share eight goals with Falcons. Joe Southam (2), Connor Grant and Mike Buckland were on target for the Bell, Matt Bannister, James Lush, Brad Morton and Chris Parker replying for Falcons. Upton Snodsbury had a comfortable 4-0 win at Riverside with goals from Chris Allen, Mark Goodman, Daryl Gormley and Dean Wise. Ryan Pugh scored twice for Northside but his team went down 3-2 at The Gloster Arms.


Division One leaders Bedwardine ran riot at FC Five Fathers, George Martin netting six times in their 8-2 victory. Fernhill Heath Athletic had a narrow 3-2 home success over Hallow Village, goal keeper Andy Morgan grabbing the winner with Lewis Barson and Mike Cox also on the score sheet. Ian Farney bagged two as Ale Madrid lost a nine goal thriller 5-4 at Worcester City Wanderers, Sam Roberts scoring twice for the Wanderers.


In Division 2 goals from Toby Boswell and Jonathan King gave Malvern Rangers a 2-0 win at leaders CSKA Worcester. Korono defeated Colwall St James 2-1 with strikes from Jack Pomroy and Joe Wood.


VBL Sports made it twenty-five goals in three matches as they hammered Powick 7-2 in division 3. Martin Fowler cracked a hat-trick with Aaron Davis bagging brace. The Bell @ Pensax Reserves still lead the table, Greg Lord grabbing the only goal of the game at Kempsey United.


Callow End are through to the semi-finals of the WFA Sunday Premier Cup after a 4-2 win at Northfield Athletic, Jon Mann (2), Scott Finnegan and Sam Black their scorers.


It was a bleak day for Worcester League teams competing in the Sunday Junior Cup, with all five teams in action going out of the competition.


However there was success in the Sunday Minor Cup with Hallow Reserves reaching the quarter-finals, Tyler Attwood netting four times as they beat Brewers Arms 5-4. Worcester Lynx also went through, Luke Bailey notching a hat-trick as they won 3-2 at Meadow Park. Malvern vale were also successful, defeating Broadway United Reserves 3-0.


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