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Callow End are the new holders of the Worcester Nursing Sunday Junior Cup. They clinched the trophy with a 1-0 win against Upton Snodsbury, Nick Macpherson grabbing the vital goal from the penalty spot in the 25th minute.
In the Mc Donald’s Worcester & District Football League Premier division, Perrywood are now just three points behind Callow End after a 5-0 victory over Hallow. Scott Gaffney, Simon Vaughan, Nick Pearce, Kirk Layton and Garry Price were all on the score sheet for Perrywood who still have to meet the leaders. Elsewhere The Gloster Arms won 5-1 at Worcester Saints, Craig Humphries hitting a hat-trick. Goals from Jack Parker and Ali Neale gave Colwall Village a 2-0 home win against Northside.
Current leaders Drakes Broughton Rangers completed their division programme with a 6-0 trouncing of Ale Madrid, Matt Greenwood scoring twice. The only team who can deny them the championship title are Virgin Athletic, but they need to achieve a seventeen goal margin in their final two matches. Virgin put paid to FC Sporting Worcester’s title hopes with a 3-2 victory against them, Joey Haines, Alan Pennick and Ranier Wilson their scorers. Bedwardine are now vying with Sporting for third place, Brad Birch bagging two as they crushed Worcester City Wanderers 6-0. A single strike from Harry Milner gave Claines victory at St Johns. Sam Carey cracked a hat-trick for Fernhill Heath Athletic who hammered Hallow Village 7-0.
Clifton Rovers remain on course for a division 2 championship show down with Prince of Wales after defeating Colwall St James 3-1, with goals from Mike Fellows, James Martine and Luke Owen. The two sides meet on the last day of the season for what could be a winner takes all match. Toby Boswell netted twice for Malvern Rangers who beat Perrywood Reserves 4-3 and a Tom Groves strike secured three points for Korono against Pershore Town Eagles. Josh Homans and Garry Jones both bagged two goals for Arrow who thumped Worcester Athletic 7-1.
In division 3, champions elect VBL Sports won 3-0 at Droitwich Spa Eagles, Martin Fowler, Jack Green and Harry Snelling on target. Worcester Lynx still have a slim chance of taking the crown and they beat Kempsey 4-0, Luke Bailey notching a double. Goals from Tim Barnett and Glenn Mandry gave The Bull Inn a 2-0 victory over New Inn Saints.
The potential title show down in division 4 between Lower Teme & Martley and St Johns Colts was living up to its top billing with the Saints leading 5-4 with just seven minutes left on the watch. However the match then had to be abandoned due to a serious leg injury to Jack Dorey of St Johns, who we would like to wish a speedy recovery. Jack Passey and Gaz Williams had both bagged a brace for Martley, who had battled back from 5-2 down, with Joe Bates and Sam Hayes also finding the net twice for the Colts. Eaton Rovers are still in the title frame and they thrashed Worcester Saints Reserves 7-2. Claudio Da Costa fired a treble and Rob Roulstone a double. Riley’s Sports won 5-3 at Tenbury Athletic, Connor Andrews scoring twice. Shooting star of the day was Mark Edwards who netted four times in GDL Atletic’s 5-3 victory over Droitwich Spa Eagles Reserves.
The race for the McDonald’s Worcester & District Football League Division 4 championship is building to a climax with next week’s meeting between Lower Teme & Martley & St Johns Colts likely to decide the destination of the title. A nine goal thriller at St Johns saw the home team edge GDL Athletic 5-4 and lead the table by three points. Joe Bates (2), Sam Hayes, Alex Hewitt and Mitch Butterworth were on target for St Johns, Rich Garner (2), Jason Glazier and Chris Walton replying for GDL. Lower Teme, who have two games in hand on the Saints, won 2-1 at Tenbury Athletic with goals from Joe Bruce and Josh Cochrane. Waiting in the wings, in case either team slip up, are Eaton Rovers, four points off the top with a game in hand.
The meeting on the last day of the season, between Prince of Wales and Clifton Rovers looks like deciding who will take the division 2 crown. The Prince currently lead the table by four points after a 5-0 win at Colwall St James. Chris Cornes hit a hat-trick with Zak Jenkins and Sam Parsons also on target. Clifton have two games in hand and they crushed CSKA Worcester 6-0. Josh Stafford cracked a hat-trick with Tom Edwards, Richard Taylor and James Green also on the score sheet. Elsewhere Malvern Rangers beat Pershore Town Eagles 3-1, Toby Boswell, Jon King and Curtis Williams their scorers. Worcester Athletic had a 3-0 home win over Arrow with strikes from Mac Austin, Brad Trueman and Adam Whitehead.
Five teams still have a mathematical chance of winning division one. FC Sporting Worcester are the slight favourites at this moment in time after a 6-1 drubbing of Fernhill Heath Athletic. Zaq Hussian fired a treble and Tom Corbett a double. Bedwardine kept their hopes alive with a 3-1 win against St Johns, Rich Lawrence, Ben Price and Nathan Hayward their scorers.
There were goals galore at Northside in the Premier division where the home team beat hallow 6-4. Joe Tudor scored twice for Northside as did Kyonn Evans for Hallow. Perrywood struggled to keep their title hopes alive by just beating Riverside 2-1. Ant Burton and Alan Parkinson grabbed the vital goals for the Wood. The Gloster Arms moved into third place with a comfortable 5-1 win against Upton Snodsbury with strikes from Ollie Endacott, Josh Fletcher, Reece King, Andy Fletcher and Louis Loader.
In division 3 there were hat-tricks for Luke Bailey of Worcester Lynx who thumped Droitwich Athletic 6-0 and Adam Ellis as Droitwich Spa Eagles breezed home 5-2 at Powick. Kempsey United maintained second place, Dan Box, Luan Ghashi, Luke Duffett and Adam Ward all on the score sheet in their 4-0 victory over Malvern Vale.
Callow End are through to the Katherine Rayer Cup final after hammering Worcester Saints 6-0. Nick Macpherson and Jon Mann both notched hat-tricks and they will meet The Gloster Arms in the final on Wednesday 3 May at Malvern Town F.C. (7.30 p.m. kick-off).