Weekly Roundup


It needed two battling comebacks from Sebright Arms to keep their McDonald’s Worcester & District Football League Division 4 title hopes alive, in their clash at Malvern Radar Youth. Radar led 3-1 and 4-2 but Sebright came storming back to win 5-4. Glen Sitch hit a hat-trick for Sebright with Mike Jeffries and Scott Kinchin also on target. Radar’s goals came from Kieran Smith, Alex Doyle, Matt Glover and Tom Lincoln. In the same division there were goals galore at New Inn Sports (Malvern), where Droitwich Spa Eagles Reserves triumphed 8-5. Gavin Wood found the net four times for Eagles with Andy Harvey adding a hat-trick. Dave Jones fired a treble and Luke Arnold a double for New Inn. Elsewhere, a single strike from Connor Grant gave Spa Rovers victory over Drakes Broughton Rangers Reserves to maintain their two point lead at the top of the table. Darren Palmer grabbed an 89th minute winner for Grosvenor Sports who won 3-2 at Lower Teme & Martley Reserves. Ashley Palmer and Josh Farnsworth were also on the score sheet for Grosvenor, Dan Juckes and Tom Judge replying for Martley. 

In the Premier division, leaders Hallow won 4-1 at Northside with goals from Kyonn Evans (2), Kyle Belmonte and Zaq Hussain. Callow End beat Drakes Broughton Rangers 4-2, Jon Murphy notching a double for Callow End with Scott Finnegan and Nick Macpherson also on target. Strikes from Dave Lawrence and Dave Reynolds gave The Gloster Arms a 2-1 home win over New Inn Athletic. Liam Ridings bagged two for Upton Snodsbury, 4-2 winners against FC Malvern, Ryan Pugh and Darren Critcher also on the score sheet. 

Prince of Wales still lead division one, Chris Cornes netting twice as they won 3-1 at Arrow. Clifton Rovers clinched three points at fellow challengers St Johns, courtesy of an 80th minute own goal from Dominic Rudge. Clifton had earlier taken the lead through Will Griffiths with Danny Hall equalizing for the Saints. Fernhill Heath kept up their challenge, Mike Cox notching a double in their 5-1 success at Hallow Village. Goals from Ryan Berrey and Greg Lord gave The Bell a narrow 2-1 win at Claines. 

FC Korono have a four point lead at the top of division 2, Julian Hopcraft and Rob Cox their scorers as they beat Pershore Town Eagles 2-0. Eaton moved into second place after a last minute win at Hornets. It was an eventful match for Hornets Andy Woodward who scored for both teams, including the unfortunate 90th minute winner. Elsewhere Malvern Vale beat Kempsey Colts United 3-1, Sean Smith scoring twice. Colwall St James had a comfortable 4-1 victory over Northwick Saints, Ben Ledbury, Oliver Smith, Ahmed Nasser and Connor Millar all on the score sheet. 

Masons and Express Falcons are level on 24 points at the top of division 3, although Falcons have two games in hand. Nathan Henton cracked a hat-trick as Falcons won 4-1 at Powick. Masons beat Lower Teme & Martley by the same score line, with goals from Brett Mould, Luke Rainbow, Sam Sanders and Harry Burchell. Meanwhile Adam Ellis and Alex Kolb netted for Droitwich Spa Eagles who won 2-1 at GDL Athletic. 

AFC Mazak are through to the quarter-finals of the Kilbourne Kay Cup, Scott Howitt grabbing the only goal of their game at Star & Garter. 

Colwall Wanderers won a penalty shoot-out against Worcester Saints to reach the semi-finals of the Bernard Finnegan Cup where they will play Perdiswell Colts.


There was a major shock in the quarter-finals of the McDonald’s Worcester & District Football League Baylis Cup, where Premier division basement boys FC Malvern beat The Gloster Arms 2-1. Jack Parker and Jack Shemwell were on target for Malvern, Matt Brookes replying for the Gloster. Meanwhile, a giant-killing act was on the cards at St Johns, where the Division One title challengers were holding cup favourites Callow End to a 1-1 draw after 90 minutes. However the Saints ran out of steam in extra-time as the visitors took control to win 5-1. Matt Andrews (2), Ash Millard, Adam Webb and Joe Wood were the Callow End scorers. Hallow also needed extra-time, before going through 5-2 against Upton Snodsbury, after a 2-2 score line in normal time. Kyle Belmonte hit a hat-trick for Hallow with Ben Harbourne and Zaq Hussain also on the score sheet. Chris Allen and Ryan Pugh netted for Upton. Perrywood completed the semi-final line–up with a 3-1 win at New Inn Athletic, Gavin Podmore scoring twice. The Wood will play FC Malvern for a place in the final with fierce rivals Hallow and Callow End contesting the other semi-final. 

The quarter-finals of the Southam Trophy saw Callum Morris firing a hat-trick for Lower Teme & Martley who beat Arrow 4-1. Worcester Athletic strolled through 5-1 at Northwick Saints, Macauley Austin notching a double. Hornets had a surprise 2-1 victory over high flying Eaton, Jacob Whittall netting both their goals. FC Korono are the other semi-finalists after a 4-1 win at Colwall St James, with strikes from Jack Hancock, Tom Groves, Joe Wood and Charlie Hooman. 

Mike Cox and Lewis Barson gave Fernhill Heath Athletic a 2-0 win against The Bell in the Katherine Rayer Cup and they will meet Drakes Broughton Rangers in the semi-finals. 

In the Kilbourne Kay Cup quarter-finals, Malvern Vale defeated Powick 3-1, Luke Bailey, Joe Dallow and Daniel Hunt their scorers. Pershore Town Eagles had a narrow 2-1 win over Warndon Villages with goals from Aaron Northall and Luke O’Sullivan. Matt McClatchy and Dan Harris gave Worcester City Wanderers a 2-1 extra-time victory at Kempsey Colts United. 

Back in the League, Division 3 title contenders Express Falcons romped home 9-1 at Brewers Saints. Brad Morton cracked a treble and Josh Benson-Smith a double. Masons kept up their challenge with a 5-1 success at GDL Athletic, Josh Bowen smashing a hat-trick. 

Colwall Wanderers are the new Division 4 leaders after a comprehensive 7-2 win at Worcester Saints. Ben Miller hit a hat-trick with Lewis Williams adding a brace. Elsewhere strikes from Tom Coultas-Morton and Ben Ladds saw Drakes Broughton Rangers Reserves beat Malvern radar Youth 2-1. Lower Teme & Martley Reserves won 3-1 at New Inn Sports (Malvern), James Francis, Ollie Eggleton and Dan Juckes their scorers.


Malvern Radar Youth are through to the semi-finals of the McDonald’s Worcester & District Football League Phipps Cup after a resounding 6-1 win against local rivals New Inn Sports (Malvern). Ryan Scullion and Shane Abel both bagged a brace with Jake Norris and Adam Rushton also on target. Spa Rovers and Sebright Arms will contest the other semi-final. Glenn Sitch hit a hat-trick for Sebright who won 5-0 at Lower Teme & Martley Reserves. Jordan Fox scored twice as Spa beat Freemasons Arms 4-1. 

Drakes Broughton Rangers hammered Hallow Village 9-0 to reach the semi-finals of the Katherine Rayer Cup. Bill Hemming cracked a treble and there were doubles for Matt Greenwood and Gavin Hunter. 

In the Premier Division, leaders Hallow had a narrow 2-1 victory over Upton Snodsbury, James Holloway and Kyle Belmonte their scorers. Callow End trail Hallow by four points but have two games in hand. Jon Mann notched a double as they won 3-0 at New Inn Athletic. Perrywood still have an outside chance of the title, Joe Bates and John Pykett on target in their 2-1 win at The Gloster Arms. 

Prince of Wales still lead Division One, Daine Traylor, Antony Smith and Paul Smith on the score sheet as they beat Claines 3-1. St Johns are now second, four points behind with two games in hand, Danny Hall netting twice in their 4-1 success at fellow challengers Fernhill Heath Athletic. Elsewhere Josh Homans bagged two as Arrow roared back with a 5-1 victory at Worcester Athletic. Clifton Rovers title challenge was dented by The Bell, the match ending in a 2-2 draw. Richard Price and Mike Young were on target for The Bell, Will Griffith and Josh Stafford replying for Clifton. 

In Division 2 there were doubles for Mike McClatchy of Worcester City Wanderers who beat Malvern Vale 3-1 and Jack Hancock as leaders Korono won 5-1 at Star & Garter. 

Masons lead the Division 3 table on goal difference, Conrad Stewart grabbing the only goal of their match with Perdiswell Colts. However Express Falcons have two games in hand, Ted Grizzell netting all four goals in their 4-2 victory over GDL Athletic. AFC Mazak dropped two vital points in their title challenge, as they were held to a 2-2 draw by Droitwich Spa Eagles. Joe Corbett (2) and George Corbett were on target for Mazak, Joe Brogan, Luke Carroll and Chris Lewis replying for Eagles. Callum Morris scored twice for Lower Teme & Martley who crushed Brewers Saints 7-0. 

In Division 4 Colwall Wanderers super star Ben Miller found the net six times as his side thumped Droitwich Spa Eagles Reserves 10-2. Joe Barrett fired a treble and Ben Ladds a double as Drakes Broughton Rangers Reserves won 5-0 at Eaton Reserves. Ollie Kendall was another hat-trick man in Worcester Saints 4-2 home win over Grosvenor Sports. 

A single strike from Fred Harrison sent Warndon Villages into the quarter-finals of the WFA Sunday Junior Cup at the expense of of Northwick Saints.


On a somber day for the McDonald’s Worcester & District Football League, in which all clubs observed a minutes silence for popular long serving Arrow F.C. Secretary and Management Committee member, Brian Poyner, who died suddenly on Saturday, three of the League’s teams reached the semi-finals of the WFA Sunday Premier Cup. 

The clash of the titans at Callow End, saw the home team go 2-0 down to their fierce rivals Hallow, Kyle Belmonte and Tiago Ribiero on target for the visitors. However Nick Macpherson and Matty Andrews then brought the scores level and the tie went to a penalty shootout. The spot kicks were won 4-1 by Callow End, with Joel Hobbs, Matt Murphy, Reece Bufton and Macpherson all converting their individual kicks. 

A six goal thriller saw The Gloster Arms and Drakes Broughton Rangers level at 3-3 after 90 minutes, before Rangers went through 4-2 on penalties. Matt Greenwood hit a normal time hat-trick for Rangers with Luke Badham, Joe Endacott and Aaron Richards on target for the Gloster.

Perrywood are the League’s third representative in the semi-finals, John Pykett and veteran Nick Pearce their scorers in an excellent 2-0 win at Stourport Swifts. 

Clifton Rovers and FC Korono both went out of the Junior Cup at the third round stage, but Express Falcons are through to the semi-finals of the Minor Cup, defeating Broadway United Reserves 5-3 on penalties after a 2-2 score line at the end of ninety minutes. 

In the Premier division, a single strike from Chris Ridings gave Upton Snodsbury victory at FC Malvern. 

In Division One, despite their sad loss, Arrow bravely turned out against Fernhill Heath Athletic, but not surprisingly went down 7-0 to their second placed opponents. Luke Molloy cracked a hat-trick for Fernhill Heath. Elsewhere Adam Whitehead fired a treble for Worcester Athletic who won 4-3 at Claines and goals from Elliot Brown, Jack Eaton, Greg Lord, Allan Robinson and Tai Brown gave The Bell a 5-2 home win over Hallow Village. 

Eaton moved to within one point of division 2 leaders Korono, Carlos Santos and Paulo Anacleto on the score sheet as they beat Colwall St James 2-0. Meanwhile there were doubles for Dan Hearne of Star & Garter who crushed Kempsey Colts United 5-1 and Matt McClatchy in Worcester City Wanderers 4-0 win against Hornets. 

Masons won their division 3 local derby with Freemasons Arms 4-1, Sam Sanders notching a hat-trick. Kieran Smith grabbed the only goal of the game as Powick beat Droitwich Spa Eagles. 

The race for the division 4 title is hotting up with the top three teams all winning. Leaders Spa Rovers had a narrow 3-2 win over Worcester Saints, Jordan Fox scoring twice. Ben Miller and Tom Watkins both bagged a brace as Colwall Wanderers thumped Grosvenor Sports 6-1 and Shane Shallcross netted a double in Sebright Arms 5-1 success at Droitwich Spa Eagles Reserves. 

Perdiswell Colts are through to the semi-finals of the Bernard Finnegan Cup, Martin Fowler and Oliver Leach on target as they beat GDL Athletic 2-0. Brewers Saints won their first round Phipps Cup tie against Eaton Reserves, Neil Radburn grabbing the only goal of the game.


Just three matches survived the bad weather in the McDonald’s Worcester & District Football League, with waterlogged pitches causing the remainder to be postponed. 

In the games that were played, the focus of attention was at the top of division 4, where no less than six teams are in contention for promotion. Current leaders Spa Rovers entertained Sebright Arms and led 2-0 at half-time. They seemed well on the way to victory after surging 4-1 ahead, but a magnificent fight back from Sebright saw the vistors clinch a famous 5-4 triumph.  Shan Shallcross was the Sebright hero, hitting a hat-trick, including a match winning penalty five minutes from time. Glenn Sitch and Jason Payne also found the target for Sebright, with Rovers goals coming from Jordan Fox (2), Connor Grant and Tom Gurney. 

Grosvenor Sports are in second place, four points behind Spa with two games in hand after a 7-3 demolition of Eaton Reserves. Grosvenor found themselves 2-0 down, before a brace from Josh Farnsworth brought the scores level. Eaton had no answer to Grosvenor’s attacking flair and they raced into a 6-2 lead with further strikes from Daniel Pitt, Craig English, Scott Hines and Dan Mimnagh. Man of the match Farnsworth then rounded the goalkeeper to complete his hat-trick before Eaton grabbed a further consolation goal five minutes from time. 

The Bernard Finnegan Cup quarter-final clash between Droitwich Spa Eagles Reserves and Drakes Broughton Rangers Reserves saw Rangers take an early lead through a Bill Hemming volley. Eagles equalised instantly with a left foot effort from Glenn Gains. Hemming restored Rangers lead before Andy Harvey brought Eagles level again. After that it was all Rangers who finally won 5-2, Hemming netting four times with Rhys Turberfield also on the score sheet.


There was a shock result at Express Falcons where the McDonald’s Worcester & District Football League Division 3 leaders lost their unbeaten record to Droitwich Spa Eagles who won 3-1. Dan Allcock, Adam Ellis and Zbigniew Smieszala were on target for the Eagles, Chris Williams replying for Falcons. Second placed AFC Mazak took full advantage of Falcons slip up, with a crushing 8-1 win at Brewers Saints. Jack Martin netted five times with Ben Yates, George Martin and Jamie Owens also on the score sheet. Mazak are now just one point behind Falcons with a game in hand. Elsewhere goals from Luke Rainbow and Adam Rea gave Masons a 2-1 victory at Powick. Martin Fowler hit a hat-trick for Perdiswell Colts who thumped Freemasons Arms 5-1. 

In the Premier division, Callow End dropped their first points of the season, Perrywood holding them to a 1-1 draw. Joe Wood gave Callow End a first half lead with Scott Gaffney snatching a 92nd minute equalizer for the Wood. FC Malvern won 2-1 at Drakes Broughton Rangers, Toby Boswell and Jack Shemwell their scorers. The Gloster Arms strolled to a 5-1 victory at Upton Snodsbury, Sam Rathbone notching a double with Andy Fletcher, Harry Wickett and Luke Badham also on target. 

Division One leaders Prince of Wales went down 2-0 at home to Fernhill Heath Athletic, George Coley and Joe Barson both finding the net for Fernhill Heath. With games in hand, Clifton Rovers are probably favourites for the title and they beat Arrow 3-1 with strikes from James Martine, Josh Stafford and James Green. Meanwhile St Johns kept their title hopes alive, Jamie Wharf cracking a hat-trick as they defeated Claines 3-1. A single strike from Adam Whitehead gave Worcester Athletic victory over The Bell. 

The match of the day in division 2 saw leaders FC Korono lose their one hundred per cent record, being held to a goal less draw by Malvern Vale. A brace from Paul Jones saw Eaton win 2-0 at Northwick Saints to go second, four points behind Korono, with the two teams meeting next weekend. 

Colwall Wanderers are still second in division 4, Ben Miller (2) and Matt Rooke on target in their 3-0 home win over Drakes Broughton Rangers Reserves. Worcester Saints moved into third place, Mark Underhill and Matt Stock both firing trebles as they crushed New Inn Sports (Malvern) 8-3. Highest scorers of the day were Droitwich Spa Eagles Reserves who thrashed Eaton Reserves 10-1. Gavin Wood netted four times, Simon Jones grabbed a hat-trick and Andy Harvey added a brace. 

New Inn Athletic are through to the quarter-finals of the Baylis Cup after an excellent 2-1 win at Northside. Neil Grubb and a 30 yard screamer from Steve Jeffries sealed victory.


A nine goal thriller at Malvern Radar Youth saw Grosvenor Sports snatch an 88th minute winner to triumph 5-4 in Division 4 of the McDonald’s Worcester & District Football League. Dan Mimnagh cracked a treble and Josh Farnsworth a double for Grosvenor, with Kieran Smith (2), Shane Abel and Ryan Scullion replying for Radar. Meanwhile leaders Spa Rovers maintained a six point gap between themselves and Grosvenor with Jack Weatherby notching both goals in their 2-0 win against Droitwich Spa Eagles Reserves. Sebright Arms remain in third place on goal difference after a crushing 6-0 victory at New Inn Sports (Malvern). Glenn Sitch and Shane Shallcross both bagged a brace with Dan Glisson and Mike Jeffries also on target. Worcester Saints kept up their promotion challenge, Dylan Hart hitting a hat-trick as they thumped Eaton Reserves 5-1. Drakes Broughton Rangers Reserves drew 3-3 with Lower Teme & Martley Reserves, Joe Barrett (2) and Bill Hemming on the score sheet for Rangers, Lower Teme’s goals coming from Alex Thain, Oliver Geach and Callum Morris. 

In the only match played in the Premier division, The Gloster Arms beat Northside 3-1 with strikes from Sam Daffin, Aaron Richards and Harry Wickett. 

Worcester Athletic beat Claines 2-1 in division one, Liam Edwards and Adam Whitehead their scorers. 

A solitary goal from Ahmed Naser gave Colwall St James victory over Hornets in division 2. 

Division 3 leaders Express Falcons hammered Freemasons Arms 5-1, Josh Beckett netting twice with Chris Bridges Nathan Henton and Chris Watling also on the score sheet. Powick recorded their first league win of the season, 3-1 over Brewers Saints, with goals from Kieran Smith, Carl Davies and Leighton Bridgewater. 

Callow End and Clifton Rovers are both through to the semi-finals of the Worcester Nursing Sunday Junior Cup. Hotshot Nick Macpherson scored twice for Callow End who beat Hawthorns from the Bromsgrove League 3-2. Clifton won 3-1 at New Inn Athletic, Will Griffiths, David Nunn and Rich Taylor their scorers. 

However, Eaton, Korono and Droitwich Spa Eagles all crashed out of the Minor Cup quarter-finals.

29 Dec 2017 - HALF-TERM REPORT - 29 DECEMBER 2017

At the half way stage of the season, reigning McDonald’s Worcester & District Football League Sunday Premier Division champions, Callow End, are on course for a clean sweep of trophies. They currently hold a one hundred per cent record in their attempt to retain their league title with only Hallow likely to spoil the party. The long time rivals meet in the quarter-finals of the WFA Sunday Premier Cup and a further encounter in the semi-finals of the league Baylis Cup is also on the cards. Callow End’s success is undoubtedly based on the scoring feats of Nick Macpherson, fondly christened the ‘Ginger Pirlo’ by his team mates, who has netted twenty goals in just ten matches to date. Callow End have also reached the semi-finals of the Worcester Nursing Sunday Cup, which they won last year, where they will play Hawthorns from the Bromsgrove League. At the other end of the Premier division, FC Malvern are struggling to stay in the top flight with just one win from their nine games so far. 

On the last day of the 2016/17 season, Prince of Wales defeated Clifton Rovers to pip them to the division 2 crown. History may well repeat itself in division one this season as both clubs are handily placed for honours. Also in the frame, but very much outsiders, are St Johns and Arrow, who will both need to find top form and rely on the aforementioned to drop points. Still seeking their first victory, Hallow Village appear to be doomed at the foot of the table, with Worcester Athletic and Claines seemingly contesting the other relegation place. Dan Parsons of Prince of Wales currently leads the chase for the divisional ‘Golden Boot’, with Lewis Barson of Fernhill Heath Athletic and Josh Homans of Arrow just one goal each behind him.


FC Korono are the hot favourites for the division 2 crown at this stage, having won all their eight games to date. Malvern Vale currently lie second, but with games in hand, Eaton would appear to be Korono’s nearest challengers. There is a real scramble to avoid relegation in this division, with just three points covering the bottom four clubs. Matt McClatchy of Worcester City Wanderers is the leading scorer at the moment with eleven goals. 

Just one point separates Express Falcons and AFC Mazak at the top of division 3, with Falcons having won the first encounter between the two sides 4-3, after coming back from 3-1 down. Jack Martin of Mazak and Josh Beckett of Falcons are the leading scorers of each club, but they both trail Callum Morris of Lower Teme & Martley who has netted eleven league goals to date. At the foot of the table, Powick are still seeking their first points of the season, with Freemasons Arms and Brewers Saints also battling to avoid the drop. 

In their first season in the league, Spa Rovers hold a four point lead in division 4 over fellow newcomers Colwall Wanderers. After a difficult first season in the league last year in which they finished bottom, former junior team Malvern Radar Youth have gained from that experience and currently lie third in the table. Divisional shooting star is currently veteran Darren Palmer of Grosvenor Sports who has netted seventeen goals in just nine appearances. Enjoying life at the bottom of the table are New Inn Sports (Malvern), who have one win and one draw from their ten matches to date.


The top of the table clash in the McDonald’s Worcester & District Football League Sunday Division 3 saw Express Falcons defeat Masons 3-0. Brad Morton converted two penalties for Falcons with Josh Beckett also on the score sheet. AFC Mazak are just one point behind after putting Droitwich Spa Eagles to flight 6-1. Their shooting star was Jack Martin who found the net five times. Meanwhile Perdiswell Colts hammered Brewers Saints 7-0 with goals from Martin Fowler (2), Owen Lane, Ollie Leach, Ben Price, Aron davis and Rio Janic. 

Reigning Premier Division champions Callow End flexed their muscles with a 3-0 win at The Gloster Arms, whose title challenge would appear to be over. Jon Mann, Adam Webb and Nick Macpherson were on target for Callow End who still boast a one hundred per cent record. Elsewhere Joe Bates netted five times for Perrywood who won 6-3 at FC Malvern, Jack Shemwell scoring twice for Malvern. 

St Johns division one title hopes were dented by a 5-3 home reversal at the hands of Worcester Athletic. 

In division 2, goals from Ben Ledbury and Jason Bibby gave Colwall St James a 2-0 half-time lead at high flying Malvern Vale. However Sean Smith netted twice after the interval to grab a point for Vale. Alex McCathie notched a treble and Charlie Driscoll a double as Pershore Town Eagles crushed Warndon Villages 7-0. 

A high scoring match at Drakes Broughton Rangers Reserves saw division 4 leaders Spa Rovers 3-0 up at the interval with goals from Connor Grant (2) and Tom Gurney. However they were hit for six in the second period as a Bill Hemming hat-trick and further strikes from Ben Ladds, Jay Kujeke and Jack Dowdeswell gave a final 6-3 score line. Meanwhile Worcester Saints won 5-3 at Lower Teme & Martley Reserves. Dylan Hart cracked a treble for the saints with Nathan Grogan and Clayton Homer also on target. Joe Grange netted twice for Lower Teme, Joe Reynolds their other scorer.


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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