BIRDSEYE Sports Evesham Sunday League Division Three basement boys Broadway United Reserves produced the biggest Evesham Mechanical Services Knockout Cup shock.

They dumped out Division One side Evesham WMC 5-2 to reach the last eight with goals from brothers Brandon Parker (2) and Harry Parker along with Davies (2), while Grady and Penfold replied.

Phil Davies struck twice for Bear in a 2-0 success at AC Olympia and holders Bretforton Old Boys won 4-0 at Alderton with goals from Clarke (2), Reeves and Johns.

Eckington defeated Division One leaders Pinvin United 2-1 with Clifton and McElroy on target, while Izod pulled one back.

Last season’s finalists Honeybourne Gate Inn lost 4-3 at home to Fladbury Athletic as the visitors scored through Peterson, Hurcombe, Heath and an own goal.

Second-half strikes from Brookes, Layton and Mills nearly pulled off a fine Honeybourne comeback.

Evesham United Harriers edged past Pebworth 3-2 with Malin, Dyde and Jelfs netting and Evans replying twice. Fairfield needed extratime to overcome Sun Inn 4-2 and WMK hit 10 at Ecosamba with Sklenaar (7) and Nasser (3) scoring.

The Express-Funding Mick Godwin Cup got under way as Division Two side Stour Excelsior won 1-0 at higher ranked Mickleton Rangers thanks to a first-half strike from Welsby.

Division Three leaders Alcester Town won 4-1 at Dragons with goals from Dance (2), Lambert and Parker.

Offenham Rovers accounted for Stratford United 4-1 with Nick Burrows (2), Reeves and Tustin netting.

Gibbs hit four for Bredon in a 7-2 win over Ashton and Anchor Harriers came from behind to defeat Bengeworth 3-2.

Evans and Herbert scored for Bengeworth with Harriers triumphing through Crenan, Taylor and Nevin.

Elmley Castle progressed with a 3-1 victory at Fortis as Steve Case, Andrew Lawson and Paul Smaylen swooped.

Ambassador cruised through 11-0 against neighbours Ambi Allsports thanks to Reading (4), Booth (3), Carter, Boulter, Buttle and Willmott.

In Division One, Defford/ Besford United picked up a valuable point in a goalless draw at Pershore High Old Boys.

Cidermill moved off the bottom of Division Two with a 3-1 victory at Tesco United through Bullock, Francis and Brotherton with Ford replying.

Tewkesbury Town Reserves closed the gap at the top of Division Four, winning 4-1 at Harvington through Sutherland (2), Tarling and Kavanagh.

Stour Excelsior Reserves earned their first point of the season by holding Vale Wanderers 2-2. Gregg and Grace scored for Stour with Begley netting twice for Wanderers.