2:00pm Monday 24th March 2014
HOLDERS Bretforton Old Boys reached the Evesham Mechanical Services Knockout Cup final for the sixth time in eight years.
They set up a final against Bear thanks to a 3-2 win with Brown, Brain and Richardson scoring, while Clifton and Richardson replied for hosts Eckington.
Stratford United defeated Ambassador 4-1 to make the Bluck Cup final through Bannergee (2), Ford and Beese with Reading netting a consolation.
Alcester Town remained in the hunt for three trophies, reaching the Express-Funding Mick Godwin Cup last eight with a 6-1 victory over Harvington. Dance (2), Lambert, Visor, Hodgkins and Lambert scored.
Tewkesbury Town reached the last four, winning 3-1 at Bredon with goals from Smith, Petitt and Jordan, while Diamond replied.
Stour Excelsior won 3-1 against Offenham Rovers through Shurmer, Pearson and Seys.
Tesco United reached the last four when a Costa-Alforo goal accounted for Fortis 1-0.
Mickleton Rangers and Defford/Besford United are relegated from Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday League Division One after 6-1 and 5-2 defeats to Pershore High Old Boys and Honeybourne Gate Inn respectively.
Will Worthington hit four goals for Old Boys and Matt Layton a treble for Honeybourne.
Evesham WMC moved into second spot with an 8-1 win over Fladbury Athletic thanks to Ford (4), Elliott Grady (3) and K Grady. Hurcombe replied.
Bear recorded a 6-0 win over Broadway United through Davis (2), Staley, Bearcroft, Smith-Daniel and an own goal.
In Division Two, second-placed WMK were held 2-2 by Cidermill as Sklennar scored twice for the hosts with Ballard and Kirk pulling the bottom club level.
AC Olympia moved within a point of survival with a 3-0 win at Evesham United Harriers with Knott (2) and Reid on target.
Division Three leaders Fairfield lost 3-0 to Ecosamba, who scored through Watts (2) and Williams.
Broadway United Reserves defeated Inkberrow 3-2 with Fitzgerald (2) and Berryman netting and Sheen (2) replying.
Badsey Recreation beat Anchor Harriers 5-0 through Bishop (3) and Trotman (2).
In Division Four, Pebworth won 4-1 at Ambi Allsports with goals from Gray, Mallory, Turner and Wilkes.
Sun Inn moved top with a 3-2 victory at Bengeworth through Allen, Major and Ballinger with Lane and Burford on target for the hosts.
Vale Wanderers defeated Tewkesbury Town Reserves 3-2 with strikes from White, Foxall and Campbell.
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