7:30am Saturday 5th October 2013
TESCO United moved level at the top of Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday League Division Two with a 6-1 win over Evesham United Harriers.
The hosts scored through Colston (2), Ford (2), Stevens and Coupe, while Andrews replied.
Tewkesbury Town lead the division, coming from behind to defeat Cidermill 4-3 as the prolific Jake Pettitt scored twice.
Pratt and Dunsbee scored for Stour Excelsior in their 2- 0 win over Alderton, while WMK took the local honours over Bredon 3-2.
Sklenaar (2) and Gill netted, while Bredon were on target through Gibbs and Denton.
Alcester Town maintained their perfect Division Three start with a 4-1 win at Badsey Recreation thanks to goals from Lambert, Dance, Beach and Hopkins.
Anchor Harriers came from behind to win 4-3 at Broadway United Reserves who scored via Berryman (2) and Punchard only for Brotherton, Heritage, England and Morgan to strike at the other end.
Wilsdon and Clarke earned Dragons three points at the expense of Elmley Castle. In Division Four, Ambassador defeated neighbours Ambi Allsports 7-1 with goals from Stuart Reading (4), Scott Sears (2) and Boulter.
Sun Inn maintained their good start with a 5-3 win over Bengeworth through Ed Major (2), Comfort, Collins and Seger with Burford, Mather and Townsend replying.
Bluck Cup first-round matches produced plenty of goals and Fairfield were top scorers, putting 14 past Harvington as Turley, Scrivens and Tustin all netted hat-tricks.
Stratford United hit seven without reply against Stour Excelsior Reserves with Dickinson (2), Ferguson (2), Baneje, Drake and Smith on target, while Rowley hit four as Ecosamba accounted for Fortis 7-2.
Tewkesbury Town Reserves needed extra-time to defeat Vale Wanderers 2-1 with Tarling and Mace scoring and Williams replying.
Four goals were shared before Inkberrow prevailed over Pebworth in the penalty shoot-out.
Doubles from Staley and Lance Smith maintained Bear’s perfect Division One start with a 4-0 victory at Mickleton Rangers.
Leaders Fladbury Athletic were held 3-3 at home by Pershore High Old Boys.
Clements, Nightingale and Beattie scored for Fladbury and Critcher (2) and Warren responded for Old Boys.
Broadway United picked up a much-needed 4-1 win at Defford/Besford United thanks to two own goals and strikes from Hands and Jeffs.
Evesham WMC defeated Pinvin United 4-2 through E Grady (2), K Grady and Rowley with Bellamy and Fletcher netting for the villagers.
Eckington and Honeybourne Gate Inn progressed in the Worcestershire FA Sunday Junior Cup.
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