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Weekly Round Up

Sunday 19 February, 2017

There was a shock result in the quarter-finals of the McDonald’s Worcester & District Football League Kilbourne Kay Cup where division 2 leaders Prince of Wales crashed out 6-2 at FC Korono. Ed Jukes was the Korono shooting star, netting five times. Korono will now play Droitwich Spa Eagles in the semi-finals after Eagles won their tie with Hornets 4-0.


Another surprise result saw GDL Athletic defeat highly fancied Lower Teme & Martley 3-1 in the Phipps Cup quarter-finals. Luke Perry (2) and Rich Gardner were on target for GDL whose semi-final opponents will be Worcester Saints Reserves who won 4-1 at Tenbury Athletic. Also through are Riley’s Sports, Jon Warman, Ashley Terry and Ben Simpson their scorers in a 3-1 victory at Grosvenor Sports.


In the Katherine Rayer Cup quarter-finals, The Gloster Arms won 4-1 at Virgin Athletic with goals from Jamie Smith, Tim Clarke, Lee Hooper and Jack Preece.


Upton Snodsbury hammered Colwall Village 7-1 in the Premier division, Tom Coley and Chris Doyle both bagging a brace. Meanwhile Ryan Pugh scored twice as Northside beat The Bell @ Pensax 4-1.


Drakes Broughton Rangers extended their lead to six points at the top of Division One after a 4-0 home win over Northwick Arms. Tom Coultas-Morton, Matt Greenwood, Sam O’Neill and Alex Bastable were all on target for Rangers who face a title defining meeting with FC Sporting Worcester next Sunday. Sporting played out a goalless draw with fellow challengers Bedwardine where chances were few and far between.


Arrow’s division 2 title hopes were dented with a shock 4-0 reversal at bottom of the table Perrywood Reserves. Josh Jones (2), Alan Parkinson and an audacious lob over the goal keeper’s head from the half way line from John Pykett accounted for the Perrywood goals. Elsewhere there were doubles from Adam Whitehead of Worcester Athletic who won 3-2 at Colwall St James and Tom Tandurella as Pershore Town Eagles beat CSKA Worcester 4-1.


In division 3 Malvern Vale defeated Worcester Lynx 5-1 with strikes from Darren Jenkins (2), Ryan Perks, Dan Hunt and Kyle Stimson. Droitwich Athletic won 4-1 at The Bell @ Pensax Reserves, Phil Bridges, Jordan Fox, Liam Neath and Tom Poke their scorers.


Division 4 title chasers St Johns Colts crushed Malvern Radar Youth 7-0. Josh Wilson hit a hat-trick with Joe Bates and Sam Hayes both bagging a brace. Fellow challengers Eaton Rovers beat Droitwich Spa Eagles Reserves 4-1, Carlos Santos netting twice.


In the Pershore Hospital Cup semi-finals Hallow thrashed Tewkesbury Town 8-0, Kyonn Evans cracking a treble and Shaq Tulloch a double. In the final of 3 May they will meet Evesham WMC who beat Broadway United 3-0.

Weekly Round up

Sunday 12 February, 2017

The quarter-finals of the McDonald’s Worcester & District Football League Baylis Cup saw a double success for Division One teams against Premier division opposition. Bedwardine beat Falcons 4-1 with goals from Rich Lawrence, Tom Hobbs, Shane Wade and Todd Richardson. Meanwhile Sporting Worcester went through 2-0 against Northside, Zaqib Hussain and Aaron Marston their scorers. The two clubs will now meet each other in the semi-finals. The other semi-final will be an all Premier division clash between Hallow and Perrywood. A nine goal thriller at Upton Snodsbury saw Hallow go through 5-4, Tyler Attwood (2), Wes Joyce, Tim Beattie and Ben Harborne their scorers. Hallow’s manager, Richard Bray, currently the League’s most successful manager, will be hoping his side can lift the Baylis Cup for the third season running, but standing in their way in the last four are Perrywood, who beat The Bell @ Pensax 4-2. Anthony Burton (2), Garry Price and a rare goal from veteran Ant Layton were the Perrywood scorers.


There was an amazing individual scoring feat from Adam Whitehead of Worcester Athletic who netted eight times in his side’s 9-1 demolition of Ale Madrid in the Kilbourne Kay Cup.


In the Southam Trophy, Dan Harding-Hall hit a hat-trick for St Johns who beat Colwall St James 3-2. Curtis Williams and Rich Morse both bagged a brace for Malvern Rangers who defeated Perrywood Reserves 4-2. In the semi-finals, Rangers will meet Arrow with St Johns entertaining Clifton Rovers.


Claines found themselves 2-0 down against Colwall Village in the Katherine Rayer Cup before a brilliant 90th minute header from their goal keeper Josh Wheeler sent the match into extra-time. There was no further scoring but Claines went through 4-3 in the resultant penalty shoot-out with Wheeler again the hero, making two outstanding saves.


The quarter-finals of the Bernard Finnegan Cup saw an impressive 7-3 win for Kempsey United at St Johns Colts. Mark Thomas cracked a treble and Kieron Hawkes a double for Kempsey, Joe Bates notching a hat-trick for the Colts. In the semi-finals they will play Droitwich Athletic who beat Malvern Vale 4-2, Steve Keay grabbing all four goals. The other semi-final tie will be between Eaton Rovers and Worcester Lynx. Paul Jones scored twice in Rovers 4-0 stroll at Powick, Jon Vinall and Luke Bailey both bagging a brace as Lynx crushed Brewers Athletic 6-1.


A single strike from Russ Carlin gave The Bull Inn victory over Droitwich Spa Eagles Reserves in the Phipps Cup. The Bull will meet the winners of either Grosvenor Sports or Riley’s Sports in the semi-finals.


In the Premier division The Gloster Arms thrashed Worcester Saints 11-2. Ed Lyons netted four times, Jack Preece grabbed a treble and Harry Wicket added a double.


Division One leaders Drakes Broughton Rangers won again, 3-0 at Worcester City Wanderers, Joe Barrett scoring twice. Joe Haines also bagged two in Virgin Athletic’s 4-1 win at Hallow Village.


Prince of Wales have a one point lead at the top of Division 2 after an emphatic 5-0 victory at Hornets with strikes from Rik Halion, Luke Whittington, Ashley Banner, Dan Parsons and Andy Cornes. Clifton Rovers are breathing down their neck, Josh Stafford and Alex Cope on target in a narrow 2-1 home win over Korono. Arrow maintained their challenge, a Jordan Stoddart double giving them a 2-0 victory against Pershore Town Eagles.


VBL Sports strengthened their position as division 3 leaders, Martin Fowler notching a brace as they beat New Inn Saints 3-1.


And last but not least, congratulations to Malvern Radar Youth! In their first season in the League, they finally celebrated victory at the fifteenth attempt with a 6-3 success at Worcester Saints Reserves, Kieran Smith and Adam Buckley both scoring twice.

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