Sunday 26 November, 2017

The McDonald’s Worcester & District Football League will have five representatives in the quarter-finals of the WFA Sunday Premier Cup. Hallow went through 7-2 at FC Malvern, Zaq Hussain firing a treble and Ben Harbourne a double. Tom Tandurella scored twice for Malvern. Goals from Jake Saunders (2), Rob Sinclair and Nick Macpherson gave Callow End a 4-1 victory at Chaddesley Corbett. Perrywood and The Gloster Arms both won penalty shoot-outs to ensure their progress in the competition, against Areley Kings and Station respectively. Drakes Broughton Rangers received a walk-over after opponents Red Lion (Hunt End) failed to put out a side an hour before the kick-off. However New Inn Athletic and Upton Snodsbury both suffered 4-0 defeats to end their interest, New Inn at BGIS Fairfield and Upton at the hands of Harriers Trust. 

In the second round of the Junior Cup, Warndon Villages crushed Star & Garter 5-1, Jack Green and Jamie Cook both bagging a brace. Strikes from James Martine and Zack Yarranton saw Clifton Rovers progress 2-0 at Sporting Grapevine. They are joined in the last sixteen by Korono who had a narrow 3-2 success against Worcester Athletic and Northwick Saints, 3-0 winners at Queens Head. 

Express Falcons are the League’s only representatives left in the Minor Cup, Josh Beckett scoring twice as they won 4-1 at Cookley Sports Reserves. 

In the Sunday League division one, leaders Prince of Wales suffered a 2-1 home defeat to St Johns, Jay Lee and Matt Turner the Saints scorers, Antony Smith replying for the Prince. 

Luke Bailey scored twice for Malvern Vale who defeated Hornets 4-1 in division 2. Worcester City Wanderers, who had five players cautioned, drew 1-1 with high flyers Eaton. Matt McClatchy netted for Wanderers, Ricardo Costa for Eaton who conceded the equaliser in the 85th minute. 

Lower Teme & Martley hammered Freemasons 7-1 in division 3, Alex Thain cracking a hat-trick with doubles from Gareth Williams-Howells and Callum Morris. Goals from Cameron Dean, Mark Edwards and Jack Graham gave GDL Athletic a 3-1 win over Powick. Masons beat Brewers Saints 4-1, Josh Bowen, Mason Hall, Adam Rea and Kyle Whitehouse all on the score sheet. 

In division 4 there were two goals each for Oliver Geach of Lower Teme & Martley Reserves who won 4-2 at Malvern Radar Youth, Andy Harvey in Droitwich Spa Eagles Reserves 3-2 win at Sebright Arms and Tom Gurney as Spa Rovers thumped Worcester Saints 5-1. 

Perdiswell Colts are through to the quarter-finals of the Bernard Finnigan Cup after a 5-2 victory at New Inn Sports (Malvern). Martin Fowler notched a double with Aaron Mason, Chris Newman and Rio Janic also on target.




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