Sunday 03 December, 2017

An eleven goal thriller at Malvern Vale saw the home team defeat Warndon Villages 6-5 to move into second place in the McDonald’s Worcester & District Football League Division 2. Sean Smith hit a hat-trick for Vale with Luke Bailey, Dan Hunt and Ricky Buckland also on the score sheet. Warndon’s goals came from Steve Lacroix (2), Steve Simpson, Tyler Attwood and Fred Harrison. Meanwhile leaders FC Korono made it eight wins out of eight with a 7-0 demolition of Kempsey Colts United. Julian Hopcraft fired a treble and Lukas Eilberg a double. 

In the Premier division The Gloster Arms hammered FC Malvern 7-1, Bryan Craven cracking a hat-trick and Harry Wicket adding a brace. Upton Snodsbury had a narrow 4-3 win over New Inn Athletic with goals from James Crane, Ryan Pugh, Adam Marsh and Dan Phillips. James Baldwin bagged two for Perrywood who beat Northside 4-0, Joe Bates and Lee Lison also on target. 

Prince of Wales have a seven point lead at the top of division one, Andrew Cornes scoring twice as they won 3-2 at Fernhill Heath Athletic. St Johns lie second with three games in hand after a 3-0 success at Arrow. Matt Turner, Danny Hall and Jamie Wharfe were the Saints scorers. Strikes from James Martine and William Quinn gave Clifton Rovers a 2-1 home win over The Bell. 

Masons are the new leaders of division 3 on goal difference after thrashing GDL Athletic 7-0. Luke Rainbow and Mariusz Manczak both bagged a brace with Kyle Layton, Brett Mould and Antony Ward also finding the net. There were two goals each for Joe Corbett of AFC Mazak who beat Powick 4-1 and Martin Fowler as Perdiswell Colts defeated Lower Teme & Martley 2-1. 

Shooting star of the day was Tom Watkins of Colwall Wanderers who netted five times as his side crushed New Inn Sports (Malvern) 6-1 in division 4. Andy Harvey found the net on four occasions for Droitwich Spa Eagles Reserves, 5-1 winners against Malvern Radar Youth. Drakes Broughton Rangers Reserves had a 5-1 victory at Lower Teme & Martley Reserves with goals from Bill Hemming (2), Tom Pinfield, Dan Kerr and Jermaine Kujeke. Dan Scully notched a double for Sebright Arms who beat Grosvenor Sports 5-2. 

A single strike from Craig Johnson sent Hornets into the quarter-finals of the Southam Trophy at the expense of Star & Garter.

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