3:40pm Saturday 3rd March 2012
A NEW name will appear on the Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday League’s Bluck Cup.
Lenches Lions reached their first senior final with a 6-0 win over Anchor Harriers, thanks to goals from O Davies (2), B Davies (2), Evans and Paul.
They are joined in the final by AC Olympia, who needed extra-time to overcome Wickhamford Sports 2-1 with Quimby and Staite scoring.
A Malone treble saw Eckington reach the Evesham Mechanical Services Knockout Cup last four at the expense of Elmley Castle.
Their opponents will be Bretforton Old Boys, who worked hard to overcome Stour Excelsior 2-1.
Honeybourne Gate Inn progressed in the Express-Funding Mick Godwin Cup with a 4-0 win over Golden Cross.
Andrews (2), Sherry and Begg netted.
Black Bear reached the last four by defeating Gardeners Arms 5-2 with Lorcan Sheehan netting two.
Red Horse suffered a 3-2 Worcestershire FA Sunday Junior Cup semi-final loss at the hands of Phoenix Sports.
But neighbours Evesham WMC reached the Minor Cup last four by winning 5-2 at Areley Kings Reserves.
Pinvin United stay second in Division One with a 9-0 win at Mickleton Rangers with Mike Bellamy hitting another hattrick.
Broadway United won 3-0 at Cider Mill with goals from Ben Horsburgh, Jeffs and Buckland.
The wheels are coming off Alderton’s Division Two promotion bid as a John Cother double earned Bredon the points.
Bottom team Ashton-under- Hill earned a rare win with a second-half Norman strike against Offenham Park Rangers.
A Fowler double led the way as WMK earned a 4-2 win at Cheltenham Saints, while Offenham Rovers drew against Fladbury Athletic with Lee and Nightingale scoring respectively.
Division Three leaders Tesco United were held for a second week running, drawing 1-1 with Black Bear Reserves.
Bear remain in the promotion picture following a 6-1 victory over Tewkesbury Town, thanks to goals from Liam Scrivens (4), Davies and Bearcroft.
Badsey Recreation took the honours against Pebworth with first-half goals from Davies and Simms. Pebworth replied through McGinley.
The top three won in Division Four as leaders Broadway United Reserves beat Trumpet 4-0 with goals from Peters (2), Munroe and Pokorski.
Pershore Athletic put eight past Cider Mill Reserves with May (4), Worthington (2) and Ridings (2) on target.
In-form Ambassador hit six against Alcester Town through Williams (4) and Haines (2), while Sun Inn defeated George and Dragon 4-2 as Will Major (3) and Ballinger scored.
Brown hit a treble for Oberthur only to finish on the losing side as Stour Excelsior Reserves replied through Grace, Dudfield, Shurmer and Ray.
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