PERSHORE made it three games unbeaten with a 24-24 draw against Harbury to consolidate fifth position in Midlands Four West (South).

In a mixed performance the hosts failed to live up to the heights of the previous week's efforts but still picked up three league points with a brace for both Dave Oliver and Martin Hope helping get the try bonus.

Oliver added two conversions.

There were some good performances with skipper Luke Hardiman leading the way.

Pershore seconds combined forces with Upton to win 54-21 at Malvern thirds.

First-half tries from Richard Jenkinson and Ted Troughton helped Pershore to a 26-0 half-time lead.

Malvern hit back with 19 points but tries from veteran midfielders Rob Haines and Dave Snell stretched the lead.

Snell kicked seven from eight attempts on a breezy afternoon.

Evesham's Midlands Two West (South) home game was postponed. They host Southam on Saturday.

Bredon Star entertain North Bristol in Gloucestershire One on Saturday.