BIRDSEYE Sports Evesham Sunday Football League newcomers Harvington Harriers continued their fine start in Division Three with a 3-1 victory over Bredon.

Harriers' goals came from Chris Rogers, Johnny Robinson and Adam Ayres.

Stour Excelsior Reserves defeated Ashton 88 Reserves 4-0 with goals from Nick Walker (2), Nick Shurmer and Daniel Savage.

Dragons recorded a 6-3 win over Fortis as Lee Tustin (2), Jamie Heritage, Alex Lane, Adam Hinchcliffe and Thomas Donnison scored with Ashleigh Booth (2) and Max Tarry replying.

TDMS Evesham picked up a valuable three points in Division Two, coming from behind to defeat Pebworth 4-3 with doubles from Harrison Middleton and Tom Dixon.

Jake Gray, Tom Benfield and Adam Keen scored for the visitors.

Stour Excelsior won 4-3 at Stratford HGC with goals from Richard Moss, Owen Clarke, Mike Pearson and Edward Caswell.

Ashton 88 and Drakes Broughton drew 4-4 with Steven Turner, Alfie Dawe, Nathan Green and Matthew Ingle on target for the hosts.

Mark Magee (2), Matt Magee and Connor Sherry netted for Strawberry Field United in their 4-3 win over Cropthorne who scored through Neil Taylor (2) and Jack Dean.

In Division One, Evesham WMC thrashed Broadway United 12-3 as Elliott Grady led the way with five goals.

Ryan Dixon (2), Matt Irons, Sean Cooke, James Bearcroft and Ben Bearcroft also scored.

Bretforton Old Boys won the top-of-the-table clash with Inkberrow 3-1 thanks to goals from Sam Beddoes (2) and Robbie Sone.

Inkberrow scored through Tom Emblem.

TDMS Harvington progressed in the Evesham Mechanical Services Knockout Cup with a 6-1 win at Fladbury through Luke Woodfield (3), Nathan Reader (2) and Jack Philpott.

Mickleton Rangers progressed in the Gloucestershire FA Sunday Premier Cup, winning 5-4 at Gloucester side Rising Sun with goals from Joe Godson (2), Dan Moore (2) and Alfie Barnes.

Alderman United defeated Lower Stanley 6-1 in the Minor Cup with the Tewkesbury side's goals coming from Jake Petitt (5) and Jamie Goodwin.

The two rearranged Worcestershire FA Sunday Premier Cup ties brought defeats for Bretforton Sports Club and New Inn Pershore against Feckenham Sunday 4-3 and Redditch Borough 7-2 respectively.