WORCESTER LEAGUE ROUND UP - 22 APRIL

Sunday 22 April, 2018

Lower Teme & Martley are the new holders of the McDonald’s Worcester & District Football League Southam Trophy. In a pulsating final, the division 3 underdogs defeated previously unbeaten division 2 leaders FC Korono 5-2. Man of the match Callum Morris gave Martley a 2-0 lead before Korono fought back through Robbie Cox and John Hancock for a 2-2 half-time score line. However, after the interval Lower Teme netted further goals through Sam Lucas, Kieran Collins and Brad Heron to clinch victory. 

Callow End moved to the top of the Premier division with a 9-1 demolition of New Inn Athletic, Rob Sinclair hitting a hat-trick. Elsewhere Perrywood moved into second place with a 3-0 home win over Drakes Broughton Rangers, Joe Bates, James Baldwin and John Pykett their scorers. Goals from Jack Shemwell and Jack Preece gave FC Malvern a 2-1 victory at Northside. 

Clifton Rovers are just one win away from the division one title after thrashing Claines 10-0. George Haywood and Josh Stafford both cracked trebles with Paul Abraham adding a double. Meanwhile Arrow won 4-0 at Hallow Village with goals from Dan James, Miguel Passaro, Kieran Scollan and Ryan Smith. 

In division 2, Northwick Saints hammered Kempsey Colts United 14-0, Russ Godfrey netting four times and Tom Connelly twice. Chris Aldous scored twice as Malvern Vale won 5-1 at Warndon Villages and a single strike from Steve Keay secured three points for Star & Garter at Colwall St James. 

Colwall Wanderers division 4 championship celebrations were put on hold as they went down 1-0 at Spa Rovers. A 30 yard lob from Adam Vickers decided the match. Colwall still need one point from their last match against Grosvenor Sports to clinch the title, although a healthy goal difference is probably already enough. Worcester Saints are the only side who have an unlikely mathematical chance of catching the champions elect, Ollie Kendall bagging two as they beat Malvern Radar Youth 4-3. Kris Baker and Rhys Turberfield both netted five times as Drakes Broughton Rangers Reserves trounced New Inn Sports (Malvern) 13-4. 

Hallow are through to the final of the Vaughn Albone Memorial Cup, Tiago Ribeiro netting twice as they beat St Johns 5-1.


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