HOLDERS Strawberry Field United moved into the last eight of the Bluck Cup with a hard-earned 3-1 win over Bredon.

Joshua Rogers (2) and an own goal sent United through with Jordan Huggins scoring for Bredon.

Dragons progressed with a 6-2 win over higher-graded Stratford HGC thanks to Alex Lane (2), Jack Pilling (2), Rob Burford and Tom Donnison.

Inkberrow defeated TDMS Harvington for a second week running to reach the last four in the PURR Home Services Knockout Cup.

Alex Griffiths, Harry Emblem and Codie Walker scored in the 3-2 win with Luke Woodfield and Kodi Sallis replying.

Also through are Bretforton Sports Club following a 6-2 win over lower-ranked Drakes Broughton Rangers.

Ciaran Gilbert (2), George Kirby (2), Mike Jennings and Will Gayton netted with Charlie Barrett and Jack Dowdswell on target for Rangers.

There were mixed fortunes for Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday League sides in the Gloucestershire FA County Cups.

Mickleton Rangers were well beaten 9-0 in the Premier Cup at Churchdown Parish while Alderman United defeated Stonehouse Town 8-3 in the in the Minor Cup with a hat-trick from Jake Petitt.

Two first-half goals from Robbie Sone and Phil Davis set Bretforton Old Boys on the way to a vital 2-1 Division One win at rivals Evesham WMC who pulled one back through Dominic Hartland.

Offenham Rovers won 3-0 at Alderton through Stuart Davis (2) and Jake Hall.

New Inn Pershore and Broadway United shared the spoils 1-1 with Luke Francum and Jamie Hicks scoring respectively.

Ashton 88 maintained their promotion push in Division Two with a 5-3 victory at TDMS Evesham.

Will Stevens (2), Josh Keen (2) and Gary Dyke scored for the villagers while TDMS replied through Jack Howard-Nailor, Tom Dixon and Harrison Middleton.

The derby at Cropthorne was drawn 1-1 as the hosts scored through Leon Williams with Sean Payne on target for Fladbury.

In Division Three, Vale United came from two down to win at Ashton 88 Reserves 3-2.

Ben Homans and Adam Draper scored to put the home team in front before goals from Joshua Grice (2) and David Stayt turned the game around.

Alex Gregg, Elliott Wright and Tom Grace led Stour Excelsior Reserves to a 3-2 victory over Fortis who netted twice through Ashleigh Booth.