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James is hat-trick hero as Fladbury fire seven
7:40am Saturday 21st September 2013 in Sport
FLADBURY Athletic continued their excellent start in Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday League Division One with a convincing 7-2 victory over Mickleton Rangers.
Goals from Tye (2) kept Mickleton all square at 2-2 at the interval but Fladbury ran riot to take the points with goals from James (3), Wood, Heath, Clements and Nightingale.
Layton netted twice as Honeybourne shared the spoils with Defford/Besford United with Kelly and Miller replying for the visitors.
Grady and White scored to give the maximum points to the Workies at Broadway United.
The battle of the Old Boys ended in a 2-2 draw with Warren and Walker scoring for Pershore and Gilbert and Harris for Bretforton. Goals from Bellamy (3), Izod, Lewis and Shepherd saw Pinvin United’s 100 per cent record remain intact at Eckington after Bostock had given the home side the lead.
Bredon lost by the odd goal in nine against WMK in Division One after leading the 4-0 at the break with goals from Twine, Carrol, Diamond and Benson. But the second-half saw WMK reply with a brace from Sklennar and further goals from Keathley, Pritchard and Witts.
Two goals from Dyke gave Evesham United Harriers their first points of the season with Burrows replying for Offenham.
Bottom-of-the-table Cider Mill held Tesco United to a draw with goals from Richardson for the Mill and Stevens for the visitors.
Early leaders Tewkesbury Town were held 2-2 at home by Stour Excelsior with Pettitt and Jordan netting for Town, while Alderton and AC Olympia shared the spoils with goals from Greaves for the hosts and Barnes for the visitors.
Second-half strikes from Lambert, Richardson and Hodgkins saw Alcester Town beat EcoSamba 3-0 to maintain their early lead in Division Three as second-placed Anchor Harriers went down 12-0 at home to FC Fairfield.
Scrivens (5), Tustin (2), Wallace, Corr, Haycock, Turley and Cother were on target in the rout.
Elmley Castle recorded their first victory of the season at Badsey Recreation with goals from Smith, Marsden and Riverwood with Attwood’s lone reply for Rec.
Inkberrow easily overcame Broadway United Reserves 5-0 with a Sheen hat-trick and two from Mayo sealing the points.
Dragons stay rooted to the bottom of the division with a 3-2 defeat to Ashton.
Goals from Shoot and Wilsden were not enough to overcome the visitors who continued to put pressure on the leaders with goals from Duncan (2) and Radford.
Tewkesbury Town’s second string maintained their position at the top of Division Four with victory over basement side Stour Excelsior Reserves, thanks to goals from the Tarling brothers and Gay (2).
Pebworth opened with goals from Williams and Grey but could only draw with Ambassador who replied through Reading and Young. Bengeworth went down to Vale Wanderers with Ainsworth (2) and O’Connor doing the damage.
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