Weekly Roundup

16 Dec 2018 - League Roundup 16th December 2018

Premier leaders Oak Apple were not in action, which meant Callow End and Perrywood, who sit second and third respectively, had the chance to close the surprising gap above them.  Both done the business, with Callow End beating  Fernhill Heath Athletic 3-1 and Perrywood beating Northside 4-2.  St Johns recent dip in form continued as travelling Clifton Rovers put three past them without reply to take all the points. 

Pillar remain top of division one despite being held 1-1 away to bottom side Colwall St James.  FC Malvern got back on track and continued their march towards the top with a narrow 4-3 win away to lowly Lower Teme and Martley.  A Jack Shem double helped Malvern, but a double for Matthew Gardner was not enough for Martley.  Eaton recorded back to back league victories with a two nil away win over PT Eagles.  Jack Courtney and Paulo Anacleto first half strikes were enough to take all 3 points.  A Matthew Bannister hat-trick and a strike from Mark Holbrow wasn’t enough to beat FC Korono in what was a goal fest 4-4 draw.  The rangers also couldn’t be separated as Drakes Broughton Rangers and Malvern Rangers played out a 1-1 draw.  Sam Marshall on target for drakes and Harry Wickett for Vale.

Division 2 saw Droitwich Spa Eagles handing out the thrashing this week as they beat Worcester Saints 9-1.  Hotshots Adam Ellis and Conor Shepard both scored hat-tricks with Will Clutterbuck, Stuart Hatfield and Ethan King also on the scoresheet for the eagles.  Goals from Kieran Hawkes, Joe Morrall and Joe Morrall were the difference as Kempsey beat visitors Perdiswell Colts 3-1.  A 91st minute stinger from Mark Walker ensured that Hornets took something from their encounter with GDL Athletic that finished one each.     

New Dales put Lower Teme & Martley Reserves to the sword 5-1 to maintain the pace as leaders of division 3.  Rik Halion bagged a brace and there were also goals for Nathan Bullock, Declan Andrews and new signing Daniel Parsons.  Powick kept the pressure on the leaders with a Leon Roberts double and a goal from Joseph Spencer helping seal a 3-0 win over Malvern Radar.

You expect to win when you bag four away from home, but that wasn’t the case for Grosvenor Sports FC who lost 6-4 to hosts Worcester Saints.  Jordan Roan netted all four of the Grosvenor goals.  Depleted for a second week, AFC Brickfields battled hard, but it wasn’t to be as visitors Droitwich Spa Eagles Res ran out 4-3 winners.  David Lambert (2) and Aaron Marston scored Brickfields goals and Gav Wood (2), Andy Harvey and Simon Jones netted for Eagles.  Rock-bottom and pointless Eaton Reserves were full of optimism following a couple of new signings, but it wasn’t their day as fellow strugglers Perrywood Reserves took all 3 points with a 2-0 victory.


09 Dec 2018 - League Roundup 9th December 2018

18 Nov 2018 - WDFL ROUND UP WEEK 12

Goals from Oak Apples Tyler Attwood, Joey Haines, Rainer Wilson and Adam Harris secured a 4-0 win over Northside and ensured Oak remained top and unbeaten in the Premier.  Hot on Oaks heels are reigning champions Callow End who beat Arrow away 5-1.    Ash Millard and Nick MacPherson both bagged doubles for Callow.  Not far behind Callow are Perrywood who beat Northside 4-2.  A Will Stallard hat-trick ensured a comfortable victory for Worcester Athletic who beat St Johns 5-2 away from home.

With FC United not playing this weekend, Pillar took back top spot in division 1 after a hat-trick from Joshua Weatherby and a Kevin Owens brace secured a comfortable 6-1 away win over Express Falcons.  A double from Aaron Smith and a strike from Courtney Bray meant FC Malvern remain unbeaten after they visited and beat FC Korono 3-1.   Colwall St James poor form continued as they lost 2-0 to visitors Malvern Vale.  Curis Williams and Ellis Golding were on target for the Vale.  Struggling Eaton took all 3 points from Drakes Broughton despite playing the whole second half with only ten men.  Steve Pitt was on hand in the last 10 minutes to secure a much-needed win for the visitors.

Unsurprisingly Colwall Wanderers returned to winning ways and they took last week’s defeat out on hosts Worcester Saints, with a Ben Febery hat-trick contributing to a 6-2 away win.  Also dishing out punishment this weekend were Hornets, where a hat-trick from Jake Wilkinson and a brace each for Frederick Harrison and Jon Speak secured a stinging 8-2 victory over Lower Teme & Martley Athletic.  Rifleman’s kept Kempsey Colts United second from bottom as they rolled out 3-1 winners.  The battle of the Droitwich Spa’s was a closely fought contest, but it was the Rovers who sent the Eagles flying home with no points after a 3-2 victory.

Powick were the latest team to give their goal difference a significant boost this weekend as they visited rock-bottom Eaton Reserves.  Five from Leon Roberts and a hat-trick from Damien Hill made up 8 of the 14! goals scored.  A strike from Jake David Monk ensured the visitors didn’t leave with a clean sheet.   New Dales remain top of division 3 after they hammered hosts AFC Brickfields 6-2.  Garry Smith and Rik Halion both bagged doubles for Dales.  A Darren Palmer brace helped Grosvenor Sports remain fourth who won 4-2 away to Drakes Broughton Rangers Reserves.  In the second battle of the Droitwich Spa’s it was Town who completed a good weekend for Droitwich Spa BGFC as they thrashed Eagles Reserves 5-1 away from home.  Oliver Price with a brace for Town.  Lower Teme & Martley Reserves leap frogged their opponents Worcester Saints Reserves thanks to a hat-trick from Matthew Gardner to seal a 3-1 at Jury field.   

On rearranged county Cup duty were Blackpole Sports and they had a worthwhile trip to South Birmingham FC rolling out 4-2 winners with Martin Fowler scoring a brace and a goal apiece for Michael Jeffries and Jason Payne.

11 Nov 2018 - WDFL ROUND UP WEEK 11

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.

28 Oct 2018 - WDFL ROUND UP WEEK 9

There was a shock result this weekend as premier newcomers St Johns comfortably beat reigning champions Callow End 3-0 at the YMCA ground. Strikes from Ben Price, Matt Turner and Ben Pope helped St Johns secure their second and unlikely win of the season. Oak Apple beat Clifton Rovers 1-3 and in doing so remain the only unbeaten team in the division, with solo strikes from Tyler Attwood, Joey Haines and Euan Murray. Josh Stafford replied for Rovers. Down at the bottom of the table Worcester Athletic beat The Bell 2-1, which has lifted them to mid table courtesy of strikes from Macauley Austin and Tiago Ribeiro.

The remainder of the league was largely on county cup duty this weekend and unfortunately, we lost 8 teams in the 1st round of the Junior. The largest home league win went to FC Korono who beat Mostyn Rangers away from home 2-6. Joe Bates and Charlie Tomlinson both scoring doubles. Drakes Broughton are safely through with a convincing 2-5 away win over Cookley Sports. Ben Ladds and Andrew Ward with a brace a piece each for rangers. FC Korono and Kempsey United are also through after winning on penalties.

Albeit with fewer games in the opening round of the minor, the leagues luck was no better with all our teams that faced external opposition going out. However; hotshot Leon Roberts continued his fine form bagging a brace for Powick in what may have been a league title battle warmup as they beat current division 3 leaders New Dales 1-2. Neil Radburns strike was not enough as New Dales interest in the competition is ended. Worcester Saints are comfortably through after thrashing struggling Eaton Reserves 5-1. Adam Beresford and Kristian Bottrell both with braces for Saints.

In the league Colwall St James ended their recent poor run of form and extended Eaton’s as they won 4-1. Two from Ben Ledbury and strikes from Jonathan Leary and Paul Fletcher also helped lift Colwall off the bottom of division one.

Colwall Wanderers maintained their 100% start in division 2 with a narrow 1-2 victory away to fellow title challengers Worcester City Wanderers. In what was effectively a “six pointer”, the gap over second place Wanderers is now 9 points, albeit Wanderers do have a game in hand on the leaders. Rifleman shot six past visiting Worcester Saints without reply. A Matt Winsper double and 4 single strikes helped the gunners shoot up to 4th spot. Perdiswell Colts beat Hornets 1-3 away to secure only their second win of the season, with Joseph Care on target with a double for the Colts.

In division 3 Grosvenor Sports took advantage of the all cup action as they smashed Lower Teme & Martley Reserves 6-1 to climb the table to fifth. Joshua Farnsworth fired in the only hat-trick this weekend, Darren Palmer notched a double and a strike from Craig Collins ensured a good day for Sports. Drakes Broughton Rangers Reserves remain on a single point as they lost 3-1 away to Droitwich Spa Eagles. Simon Jones on target with a double for the Eagles.


21 Oct 2018 - WDFL ROUND UP WEEK 8

In the Premier Division – Callow End welcomed Clifton Rovers to lower ferry lane and it was the home side who came out 4-0 winners with goals coming from George Aston, Ash Millard with a brace and Jon Mann. Northside beat Arrow 1-0. Goals galore at the YMCA where St Johns took on Oak Apple, but it was the visitors who went away with all 3 points winning 3-5. The Bell entertained Fernhill Heath this morning and were comfortably beaten 1-4 by the visitors. Goals from Matt Andrews, Lee Barmby, Lewis Barson & George Coley. In the last game of the day Worcester Athletic took on Perrywood, it was Perrywood who took away the points with a 1-4 win goals from Kyle Belmonte, Kyonn Evans and Ben Harbourne scoring twice.

In Division 1 – Colwall St James lost 2-1 to FC United of Worcester Joe Bates & Sam Hayes both on target for FC United of Worcester. A six goal thriller at shap drive as Eaton entertained Lower Teme & Martley the game ended in a 3-3 draw, Lower Teme & Martley goals coming from Josh Cochrane, Matthew Gardner & Dan Soley. It was a local derby in Malvern as Express Falcons FC welcomed FC Malvern in a close contest the teams couldn’t be separated with the game ending 2-2 Express Falcons FC goals from Mark Holbrow & James Lush. Another draw in the division as Malvern Vale 2-2 FC Korono. Vales goals coming curtesy of Jamie Jones & Lewis Hill. Thomas Groves & lewis rhys jones both on target for Korono. Drakes Broughton Rangers Hammered PT Eagles 0-5 in their own back yard with goals coming from King Mensah, Oliver Saunders & coming off the bench to score a hattrick Andrew Ward.

In Division 2 - Droitwich Spa BGFC Rovers 1-1 Lower Teme & Martley Athletic richard degan on target for Lower Teme. Droitwich Spa Eagles were hosts to Blackpole Sports FC but the home side were flying as they ran out 5-1 winners Will Clutterbuck, Ethan King and a hattrick from Matthew Wood all on target for Spa Eagles. GDL Athletic 1-6 Colwall wanderers. Hornets beat Kempsey Colts United 4-3 in a tight game. Fred Harrison, Jon Speak & a brace from Jon Whittall all on target for Hornets. Nine goals in the game between Perdiswell FC Colts 4-5 Riflemans FC it was the away team who were well ranked coming away with all 3 points. Worcester City Wanderers 3-5 Worcester Saints on the score sheet for City Wanderers Andrew Aitken with a couple & Tom Tandurella notching a hat trick.

In Division 3 - Perrywood Reserves travelled to Drakes Broughton Rangers Reserves looking to take the points back to Worcester and they didn’t disappoint winning 2-4 Arron Hewitt scoring a hat trick & Steven Gourley both on target for Perrywood. Droitwich Spa BGFC Town 1-2 AFC Brickfields Asa Harrison getting both goals for AFC Brickfields. Lower Teme & Martley Reserves 1-3 New Dales on the sheet for Dales Rio Sean Janc & a brace from Daniel Parsons. Malvern Radar 4-1 Grosvenor Sports FC. Powick smashed 8 past Eaton Reserves this morning with goals coming from Leighton Bridgwater, Damien Hill, Michael Mcemerson, Joseph Spencer, Oliver Gladstone and a hat trick from Leon Roberts. Worcester Saints Reserves 5-2 Droitwich Spa Eagles Reserves.


14 Oct 2018 - WDFL ROUND UP WEEK 7

On a wet and miserable morning throughout Worcestershire and it has to be said a great effort by all to get games played. We start this week’s round up in the Worcestershire Premier Division where Arrow welcomed Worcester Athletic to Nunnery wood. It was the visitors who took all 3 points with a 1-5 victory. It was back to league action for Callow End after their exit from the FA Sunday cup. They were back to winning ways with a 5-1 win over The bell. On the score sheet for the home side George Aston, Nick MacPherson Ciaran Sheehan and a double from Scott Finnegan. A ten goal thriller at KGV Brickfields as Fernhill Heath took on Perrywood. It was Perrywood who came away with maximum points with a 3-7 victory. Ben Harbourne, Nick Pearce, Gary Price and Kyle Belmonte notching 4 times for Perrywood. Northside P-P Clifton Rovers.

In Division 1 – Malvern Vale thumped 7 passed local rivals Colwall St James. Goals for the vale coming from Lewis Hill, Jack Preece a brace and four for Curtis Williams. Final score 7-1. FC United of Worcester beat Express Falcons 5-2 goals for United Tate Ellison, Matt Ennis, Charlie Tomlinson and Rhys Turberfield. Unbeaten FC Malvern took on Eaton at the vale community centre and the home side didn’t disappoint running out 4-1 victors. Malvern goals were scored by Aaron Smith, a brace from Ryan Shemwell and a bullet header from centre half Stuart Hill. Drakes Broughton Rangers P-P Lower Teme & Martley.

In Division 2 – Hornets travelled to Droitwich Spa BGFC Rovers and it was the visitors who came away with all three points with a 1-2 win. Hornets goals from Fred Harrison & Mark Walker. Colwall Wanderers hit Kempsey Colts United for six. Coming out 6-0 winners. Goals for Wanderers Ben Febery, James Febery, Harry Powell and a double from Ben Miller. At the Old Porcelain ground Droitwich Spa Eagles took on Worcester Saints. It was the Eagles who managed to fly past the saints winning 3-1 goals from Daniel Giles, Matthew Layton & Connor Shepheard. GDL Atheletic 0-1 Perdiswell FC Colts. Worcester City Wanderers hosted Blackpole Sports and it was the visitors who came away with the three points. Goals Wanderers Daniel Broome & Tom Tandurella.

In Division 3 – Powick FC travelled to AFC Brickfields and came away victorious winning 2-3 goals for Powick from Leighton Bridgwater, Leon Roberts & Joseph Spencer. Wesley Joyce scoring 2 for AFC Brickfields. Droitwich Spa BGFC Town ran out 3-0 winners over local rivals Droitwich Spa Eagles Reserves. Goals for Town Luke Banner, James Parker & Joe Somers. Nine goals at Shap Drive as Eaton Res welcomed Grosvenor Sports. Sports walking away with all 3 points goals from Jack Bailey, Robert Burston, Idris agboola, Joshua Farnsworth & a brace from Darren Palmer. Lower Teme & Martley Reserves 4-0 Drakes Broughton Rangers Reserves. Malvern Radar travelled to Perrywood Res and were on fire coming away 2-4 winners. Radar goals coming from Adam Buckley, Jon Fitzpatrick, Andy Nolan & Kieran Smith. On target for Perrywood Res Dan Adams & Aaron Hewitt. New Dales took a trip to Worcester Saints Res and came away with all 3 points. On target for Dales Jack Martin and Rio Sean Janc smashing home four.


07 Oct 2018 - WDFL ROUND UP WEEK 6

Flying the flag high for the Worcester League were our very own premier and county champions Callow End as they travelled to Nottingham to face Eastwood FC in the national Sunday FA Cup. It’s the first time the league has been represented and unfortunately it wasn’t to be on this occasion as Eastwood rolled out 2-0 victors. Well done to all involved at Callow End and no doubt you’ll go again next season.

Continuing their fine form from last week were Perrywood who annihilated their opposition, a weakened Bromsgrove Bartley Green Owls FC 24-1! in the first round of the Nursing Junior. As you would expect there were multiple goal scorers, Kyle Belmonte (6), Kyonn Evans (4), James Baldwin (4), Kyonn Evans (3), Zaqib Hussain (3), Garry Price (2), Simon Vaughan and Aaron Drake. A hat trick from Brad Morton guided Express Falcons through with a comfortable 4-2 win over Hizza United. Having not played for four weeks, FC Malvern also secured their place in the next round with a 3-1 win over Northside. A brace from Cello Brandinad Dias wasn’t enough for visitor’s PT Eagles as Eaton fought back from 0-2 to down to go through 4-2 on penalties. It was a rare goal from the veteran and former striker, now centre back, Rob Rousltone (with a U), that began the Eaton revival. Unfortunately, Clifton and FC Korono failed to progress after they both lost on penalties to Bromsgrove league opposition.

In the Nursing Junior, Worcester Saint Res bagged 7 without reply as they hammered Lower Teme & Martley Reserves. Braces a piece for AFC Brickfields Josh Saunders and Brandon Beasant ensured a place in the next round over Redditch Borough as they rolled out 6-0 winners. Blackpole Sports swept aside Perdiswell Colts 6-1 and Malvern Radar were 2-0 victors over British Memorial. A single strike from Drakes Broughton Reserves Jermaine Kujeke was enough to beat GDL Athletic 1-0. Droitwich Spa Eagles beat Worcester City Wanderers 2-0 thanks to goals from Connor Shepheard and Andre da Silva Almeida. Spa Eagles Reserves also went through, but it took them penalties after drawing 3-3 with Worcester Saints. Not so lucky today was Perrywood Res, Eaton Res, Droitwich Spa BGFC Rovers and Grosvenor Sports who all crashed out against external league opposition.

Back to the league and Fernhill Heath Athletic took advantage of the surrounding cup action as they smashed 7 passed Arrow, without reply, to go top of the Premier. A double from Toby Attwood wasn’t enough for Oak Apple who were held 3-3 and prevented from going top by bottom side Worcester Athletic. The Bell had a first half lead through Allan Robinson, but it wasn’t to be as St Johns fought back in the second half to win 1-2.

Pillar FC continued their good start to the season as they thrashed Colwall St James 9-1 to cement themselves top of division one. 7 goal scorers in total with Masan Hall and Luke Rainbow scoring a brace each. Scoring isn’t a problem for Lower Teme & Martley, but their poor form continued as they lost 3-6 to visitors FC United of Worcester. Joe Bates and Sam Hayes both on the score sheet twice for United.


30 Sep 2018 - WDFL ROUND UP WEEK 5

It was WFA Sunday Premier Cup day and Perrywood got off to an emphatic start, thumping a weakened Oak Apple side 18-0.  Hot shot Kyonn Evans bagged 6! Kyle Belmonte followed closely with 5 and a brace for Garry Price, making up for the earlier surprise league defeat.  An Ash Milliard hattrick ensured cup holders Callow End went safely through following a convincing 1-4 away win against outside league opposition.  Fernhill Heath overcome hosts Clifton 2-4, which included a brace from Heaths substitute Jack Allen. It took penalties at the YMCA to separate St Johns and Arrow and it was St Johns who came out on top to progress to the next round. 

Pillar lead the way in division one following a 0-3 away win against Drakes Broughton.  Harry Burchell netting a double for the visitors.  A Hat-trick for Joe Bates helped FC United of Worcester turn over a below par Eaton 6-3.  The visitors were 6 nil down before sparking into life and pacey Steve Pitt reduced the arrears with a late hat-trick. Two for James Lush ensured that Express Falcons beat the visitors from over the hill, Colwall St James, 5-2. Claines lane hosted an 8-goal feast, but it ended honours even as Korono & Lower Teme played out a 4-4 draw.  Braces for both Korono’s Joe Wood and Teme’s Gareth William-Howells.

Colwall Wanderers maintained their 100% start in division 2 with a 6-4 win that included a double for Ben Miller.  The Rifleman scoring four away from home without reward.  Worcester Saints came out narrowly on top 3-2 against Perdiswell Colts.  Elsewhere GDL Athletic, Worc City Wanderers and Blackpole Sports all won their respective games away from home 1-2.  Mark Edwards netting a brace for GDL.  Also scoring a double was Mike George Young for Droitwich Spa BGFC Rovers who drew 3 each with Kempsey

Eaton Reserves poor start to the season continued as they were hammered by division 3 leaders New Dales 11 – 1.  Four goals for Jack Martin and a double for Rio Sean Janic inflicting the damage for the hosts.  Droitwich Spa Eagle were also handing out lessons as they crushed Drake Broughton Res 1-8 away from home.  Four goals for Gavin Wood and two Simon Jones amongst the highlights. A reinvigorated Powick continued their unbeaten start as they swept away hosts Lower Teme & Marley reserves 1-5.  This included a brace for the divisions leading goal scorer Leon Roberts.  Doubles for both Josh Saunders and Brandon Beasant ensured AFC Brickfields took all the points in their game with Grovesnor that finished 5-0.  Droitwich Spa BGFC Town beat Radar 1-3 and a single strike from Nathan Grogan was enough for Worcester Saints to take all three points from their encounter with Perrywood Reserves.


24 Sep 2018 - WDFL ROUND UP WEEK 4

The eagerly anticipated clash of the pre-season favourites for the McDonald’s Worcester & District Football League Sunday Premier Division, saw reigning champions Callow End narrowly winning 3-2 against Perrywood. With the scores level at 1-1, a brilliant individual goal from James Baldwin saw the Wood take the lead, but Callow End equalised through Brad Birch before Scott Finnegan grabbed a 78th minute winner. However, Fernhill Heath Athletic lead the table on goal difference, Joe Broad hitting a hat-trick as they hammered bottom of the table St Johns 9-1. Oak Apple are in second place, Tyler Attwood and Joey Haines both bagging a brace as they won 5-3 against Northside. The Bell recorded their first points of the season, Ben Brogan cracking a hat-trick in a 5-2 home win over Arrow. Meanwhile Clifton Rovers romped to a 5-0 victory at Worcester Athletic, Josh Stafford scoring twice. 

Just two points separate the top seven teams in division one. Pillar have a two point lead after a 4-1 win against Lower Teme & Martley, Andrew Dashfield, Brett Mould, Josh Bowen and Conrad Stewart  on target for the salt men.  A seven goal thriller at Korono saw the home team edge FC United of Worcester 4-3, Jack Pomeroy notching a double for Korono, Joe Bates doing likewise for United. Drakes Broughton Rangers had a 3-1 success at Express Falcons, Jack Dowdeswell (2) and Andrew Ward on the score sheet for Rangers, Patrick Lane grabbing a consolation goal for Falcons. 

Colwall Wanderers made it four wins out of four at the top of division 2, with a 1-0 victory at Lower Teme & Martley Athletic. Worcester City Wanderers and Droitwich Spa BGFC Rovers also have one hundred per cent records, but have played a game less than Colwall. Rudy Hercik bagged two for WCW in their 4-1 win at GDL Athletic, Matt Caldicott and Matt Taylor also on target. Goals from Tom Gurney and Adam Vickers gave Spa a 2-1 victory in their local derby at Riflemans Arms. Elsewhere Glen Sitch fired a treble for Blackpole Sports who beat Worcester Saints 5-2. Kempsey Colts United shared six goals with Droitwich Spa Eagles. Dean Roberts netted twice for Kempsey as did Ethan King for the Eagles. 

A fourth successive win for New Dales sees them top division 3. Veteran Rik Halion scored twice as they crushed Drakes Broughton Rangers Reserves 5-1. Second placed Droitwich Spa BGFC Town thrashed Eaton Reserves 8-0, Eaton still looking for their first points of the season. Grosvenor Sports hot-shot Darren Palmer netted twice in his sides 5-2 victory at Droitwich Spa Eagles Reserves, Idris Agboola, Josh Farnsworth and Ashley Palmer also on target. Strikes from Wes Joyce, Brandon Beasant and Lee King gave Brickfields a 3-0 win at Perrywood Reserves.



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