Sunday 11 November, 2018

There was a minute's silence acknowledged at every game today for Remembrance Sunday.  Thanks to all teams, officials and supporters for remembering those who have fallen.

Oak Apple continue to set the pace at the top of the prem with a comfortable 4-0 victory over struggling Arrow FC. Callow End put the past 2 weeks behind them and punished Premier opponents Northside 9-0, with four goals from Nick Macphearson and a brace for Brad Birch.  Perrywood were on fire at Neel Park as they smashed seven past visiting Clifton Rovers without reply. Hot shot James Baldwin was the main goal scorer with a hat-trick.  After taking four points off the top two in as many weeks, St Johns were held at home this weekend by the bottom club after Johnny Edwards drew The Bell level in a game that saw two St Johns players sent for early baths.

First met second in division one and places switched at the final whistle as FC United of Worcester rolled out 3-1 away winners against Pillar.  United’s goals came from Sam Hayes, Jackson Huxley and Charlie Tomlinson with Liam Neath in reply for Pillar.  Playing catch-up, FC Malvern extended their unbeaten run in division one with a 4-0 away win over Colwall St James. FC Korono visited struggling Eaton and it was the home side that took a 1-0 lead into the break; however, a second half collapse and a Lukas Eilberg hat-trick ensured Korono ran out comfortable 4-1 victors.  PT Eagles secured a 3-2 victory over Express Falcons with strikes from Cello Brandinad Dias, Aaron Jones and Matthew Stock for the Eagles. Lower Teme and Martley remain bottom after they were just edged out 2-1 by Malvern Vale.  Blake Bishop and Tom Semadeni were on target for Vale and Callum Morris bagged Martleys goal.

Colwall Wanderers 100% record came to an end today as they surprisingly crashed out to hosts Droitwich Spa Eagles 4-2.  Daniel Giles, Stuart Hatfield, Matthew Wood and Adam Ellis were all on target for Spa to lift them up to mid-table.  Hot on Colwalls heals are Blackpole Sports, and after today’s 1-5 victory they are now 7 points off the top with a game in-hand.  Also, making a title charge are Droitwich Spa BGFC Rovers who beat GDL Athletic 1-3.  Goals for Thomas Doughty and Jake Wilkinson ensured a 2-0 Hornets win over title hopefuls Worcester City Wanderers who have dropped to fourth after the aforementioned results.  Starting the day bottom, Kempsey United were smiling at the final whistle as they beat fellow strugglers Lower Teme & Martley Athletic 2-0 thanks to a brace from Luan Gashi.

Powick ensured they remained second in division 3 with a comfortable 3-0 victory over Lower Teme & Martley Reserves and all three goals came from that man Leon Roberts.  Drake Broughton Reserves picked up their first 3 points after thrashing fellow strugglers Eaton 9-1.  Amongst the several goal scorers were Bill Hemming and Henry Steade who both scored a double.  AFC Brickfields continued their climb up the table after beating Perrywood Reserves 2-1, with goals from Asa Harrison and Dan Woodward from off the bench.

Fernhill Heath are through to the next round of the Nursing Cup after beating Worcester Athletic 5-2.  They will meet Arrow in the quarter final.  Worcester Saints Reserves interest in the Nursing Minor was ended following a heavy 9-1 defeat to outside league opposition Quinton Athletic.

A lack of goal scorers is due to a lack of completed team sheets at the time of writing.

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