Baird's brace fires five-star Old Boys to win over United

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BIRDSEYE Sports Evesham Sunday League Division One champions Bretforton Old Boys look destined to regain the title.

Old Boys defeated previously unbeaten Broadway United 5-1 to move clear at the top with Baird (2), Wallace, Gayton and Johnson on target and Cooper netting a consolation.

Eckington took the local bragging rights 2-1 with goals from McDonald and Carter and opponents Defford/ Besford United scoring through Mountain.

The heavy rain resulted in nine postponements but Division Two side AC Olympia, bidding for a third successive promotion, moved third with a 6-1 win at Cider Mill thanks to Barnes (2), Elliott, Wright, Quemby and Clayton.

The top-of-the-table clash saw Bear move above Fladbury Athletic with Smith and Davies netting.

Doubles from Greaves and Mitchell with a further Stocks effort helped Alderton overcome Tesco United 5-3 with Williams, Charman and Sutherland replying.

Cheltenham Saints defeated WMK 3-2 with goals from Gibbs, Hope and Howell.

Offenham Rovers stay top of Division Three with a comfortable 9-1 win at Salford Priors as Lee Tustin (3), Burrows (2), Tomes, Jordan and Griffiths were among the scorers.

Pershore High Old Boys are second following a six-goal win in difficult conditions at Ashton with Meigh (2), Ridings, Jones, Sheen and Hinchliffe swooping.

Scott Jordan hit a treble as third-placed Tewkesbury Town defeated Broadway United Reserves 4-1.

McCall struck four goals as Fairfield recorded back-toback wins for the first time and their match with Ambassador ended 8-5. Stevens scored twice in reply.

Anchor Harriers joined Elmley Castle and Dragons at the top of Division Four, coming from behind to win 6-3 at Alcester Town.

Greenwood (2) and Richardson scored for the hosts, while Harriers registered via Slowinski, Taylor, Nevin, Smith and Quantrell.

Bengeworth defeated Stratford United 4-2 thanks to Lane (3) and Mason with O’Brien and Tunnicliffe replying.

All games will kick-off at 11.02am this weekend on Remembrance Sunday after a minute’s silence.

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