TESCO United returned to winning ways in style after their Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday League Division Two promotion hopes faltered recently.

They won 8-1 at Evesham United Harriers with goals from Stevens (3), Ford (2), Colston (2) and Rock.

Despite a strike from Rayner, leaders WMK slipped to a 2-1 defeat at Stour Excelsior with Wright and Carr netting.

Tewkesbury Town remained second as Jake Petitt bagged a hat-trick in a 4-3 win over Bredon, who responded through Lee Diamond’s brace.

A first-half Holleron goal earned AC Olympia the points at Cidermill, while Alderton accounted for Offenham Rovers 6-1 with Greaves (3), Reid, Stocks and Baker on target.

Anchor Harriers moved out of the Division Three relegation places with a 2-1 win against neighbours Elmley Castle thanks to Saunders and Shootes. Smaylen replied.

Leaders Alcester Town triumphed 6-2 at Broadway United Reserves through Dance (3), Lambert, Hoskins and Parker.

Badsey Recreation and Dragons shared four goals with Lowe and Attwood netting for the hosts and Sinden and McRae hitting back.

Ecosamba came back from two down to share six goals at Ashton as the hosts scored through Mayhew, Radford and James.

The Bishops Cleeve side replied through Roby (2) and Newman.

Division Four top team Stratford United won 2-0 at Ambi Allsports with goals from Bannergee and Delaney.

Pebworth moved into third place with a 3-2 victory at Sun Inn as Wilkes, Foster and an own goal earned the points. Inn led through Comfort and Allen.

A Sutherland double moved Tewkesbury Town Reserves into second place with a 2-1 victory over Harvington.

Jelfs and Hinchcliffe scored for Bengeworth against Fortis, who responded via Leyden.

Stuart Reading netted twice for Ambassador as they reached the Bluck Cup last eight at the expense of Fairfield with Haycock replying.

Pinvin United maintained their lead at the top of Division One when Bellamy (2), Lewis and Cellupica helped defeat Broadway United, who scored once through Jason Horsburgh.

A second-half Tim Beattie strike earned Fladbury Athletic victory over Bear.

Honeybourne Gate Inn moved out of the bottom two, winning 3-1 at Mickleton Rangers with goals from Goss, Layton and Rainey.

Ellis replied.

Bretforton Old Boys won an entertaining game 5-2 with Evesham WMC through Gayton (2), Richardson, Gilbert and Brown. Scott and Dixon were on target for the Workies.

Eckington completed a double over neighbours Defford/ Besford United as McElroy (2) and Charman scored with Miller and Kelley replying.