STRAWBERRY Field United made up for their Evesham Mechanical Services Knockout Cup defeat with a Bluck Cup final victory at Evesham United.

They beat Cropthorne 4-2 at the Jubilee Stadium after Connor Sherry put them ahead early on only for John Boother to level within six minutes.

On the half-hour Sherry restored the lead with an unstoppable shot from 12 yards.

Boother equalised again with 20 minutes left but late goals from Mark Magee and Craig Colston secured the trophy for the Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday League Division Three outfit.

In Division One, Bretforton Sports Club hit three goals in the last six minutes to earn a point at Evesham WMC 4-4.

Bradley Izod (2), Tom Barber and Shane Turley scored for Workies with Will Gayton (2), Mike Jennings and Tim Beattie replying.

Mickleton Rangers and New Inn Pershore drew 6-6 with Chris Mills and Dan Moore scoring twice for Rangers and John Greenham and Kyle Ballard doing the same for New Inn.

Offenham Rovers secured their top-flight status with a 2-2 draw against Inkberrow.

David Waters and Ryan Harris scored for Rovers while Luke Allcock and Tom Emblem replied for Inkberrow.

TDMS Harvington moved a step nearer to promotion from Division Two with an 8-2 win at Pebworth.

Luke Woodfield (3), Dan Kinnersley, Shaun Howell, Russell Gardner, Nathan Reader and Rhys Dallaway scored for TDMS.

Ashton 88 moved four points clear at the top of Division Three with a 3-0 win at Stour Excelsior thanks to Lewis Carter, Matthew Ingle and Jake Edwards.

Shaun Smith hit the winner for Stratford HGC at Bredon in a 1-0 success while Vale United came from three down to win an 11-goal thriller with Ambi Allsports 6-5.

Keiran White and Paul Law both hit trebles for Vale while Vinnie Booth (3), Max Tarry and William Johns scored for Ambi.