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WHAT a season!
BROADWAY United Youth under 10s enjoyed a grand finale to the season with a tour to Devon.
The likes of Bob Bolder, Alan Kennedy, Ronnie Whelan and Mark Wright could be leading the Reds’ charge against the footballing and horticulturalist stars from the Vale of Evesham.
The Pumas’ 2014/15 campaign saw them finish the season undefeated, nine points clear of their nearest rivals, after scoring a total of 88 goals and conceding only nine.
EVESHAM Working Men’s Club line up following their Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday League Division One championship win, which arrived 20 years after their last title triumph.
BOURTON Rovers Reserves avoided relegation from Witney and District FA League Division Three after a shock 3-0 win over Tower Hill.
Youth football results
INKBERROW lifted the Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday League’s Bluck Cup thanks to a last-minute penalty converted by Lewis Sheen.
BRETFORTON Old Boys lifted the Pershore Hospital Junior Cup at Pershore Town with a 5-0 thrashing of Pinvin United in the final.
DIVISION Three side Badsey Recreation upset top-flight Eckington 4-3 to reach the Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday League’s Express-Funding Mick Godwin Cup final.
PERSHORE Town’s seven-match winning run was ended by a 3-0 Bank Holiday defeat to high-flying county rivals Bromsgrove Sporting.
DWINDLING numbers could force the Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday Football League to drop to three divisions for the first time in more than 35 years.
PERSHORE Town recorded a fifth consecutive win in Midland League Division One at Pilkington XXX.
BOURTON Rovers will play in the Witney and District FA League Premier Division next season after a convincing 8-2 thrashing of local rivals Kingham.
LITTLETON romped to a 3-0 victory at Midland League Division One strugglers Alvis Sporting Club.
AMBASSADOR Evesham League Under 18s Pool leaders Broadway United Youth were held 1-1 at Welford Juniors.
CHIPPING Norton Town drew 1-1 with Minster Lovell in their penultimate game of the Witney and District FA League Premier Division season.
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ALDERTON reached the Gloucestershire FA Sunday Intermediate Cup final with a 3-0 victory over Abbeymead Rovers.
TEN-MAN Pershore Town lost 1-0 to fellow strugglers Racing Club Warwick in Midland League Division One.
LITTLETON’S weekend game was postponed but they beat Bromsgrove Sporting 2-1 in the Smedley Crooke Memorial Trophy last week.
HOSTS Pershore Town beat basement boys Pelsall Villa 4-2 in Midland League Division One.
FORMER Evesham United player Grant Pinkney scored as Badsey Rangers drew 1-1 at Barton United in Midland League Division Three.
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PERSHORE Town deservedly won 3-1 at Lichfield City in Midland League Division One.
AN adults’ nine-a-side league has been launched at Evesham’s The De Montfort Sports Centre on Wednesdays.
BROADWAY United Youth won the Ambassador Evesham League Under-18s Division title with a stunning 4-0 win at Wychbold Juniors.
LITTLETON Football Club rounded off their season with a 4-1 home win against Stafford Town in Midland League Division One.
Ned Cotton, skipper Andy Clements and Nikki Clarke netted for Charlton Old Boys.
BREDON Hill Middle School’s Under-12s Girls were crowned Worcestershire champions at Nunnery Wood, Worcester.
A JOSH Taylor goal three minutes from time helped Fladbury Athletic lift the Evesham Mechanical Services Knockout Cup in their final match before disbanding.
LITTLETON lost 3-0 at Southam United in the Les James Challenge Cup semi-finals.
LITTLETON were lucky to finish with a scrappy 2-2 draw at Midland League Division One basement boys Pelsall Villa.
BOURTON Rovers clinched their first Witney and District FA League Division One title after a comfortable 7-0 win over Chadlington.
LITTLETON gained revenge for their 3-1 December away defeat with a 3-0 home win over local rivals Pershore Town in Midland League Division One.
BOURTON Rovers are just one win away from being crowned Witney and District FA League Division One champions.
PERSHORE Town continued their excellent form with a 3-2 win over Cadbury Athletic to climb to ninth in Midland League Division One.
LITTLETON lost 3-2 at home to Lichfield City as their poor Midland League Division One run continued.
KITEBROOK House School won 7-5 at Longborough Primary in a thrilling under-sevens clash.
PHIL Davis’ first-half strike saw Bear overcome lower-ranked Bredon 1-0 to reach the Express-Funding Mick Godwin Cup final.
PERSHORE Town’s much-improved form continued at the Winstanley King George V Stadium with a 2-0 win over Southam United in Midland League Division One.
JACKSONS Fairfield reached the Evesham Mechanical Services Knockout Cup final for the first time in their short history.
PERSHORE Town recorded their second away win in a week courtesy of a second-half Danny Lennon hat-trick.
WITNEY and District FA League Division One leaders Bourton Rovers had a field day in their Cotswold derby at home to bottom side Kingham.
THREE players were sent off as Littleton secured a hard-earned 2-1 win at high-flying Uttoxeter Town in Midland League Division One.
MORETON Rangers lost 3-2 at Dursley Town in Gloucestershire Northern Senior Football League Division One and host title-chasers Broadwell Amateurs on Saturday (3pm).
INKBERROW reached the Bluck Cup final with an excellent all-round performance earning a 4-0 win over Cidermill.
MID-table Moreton Rangers suffered a disappointing 2-0 home defeat to Ramblers in Gloucestershire Northern Senior Football League Division One.
DEFFORD/Besford United defeated Ecosamba 6-4 to book an Evesham Mechanical Services Knockout Cup semi-final date with Jacksons Fairfield.
LITTLETON scored two injury-time goals to rescue a 3-2 win at Leicester Road in the Les James Challenge Cup quarter-finals.
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