September 26th, 2016

Badsey Rec bag key win in the battle for survival

BADSEY RECREATION moved out of the Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday League Division Two relegation places with a narrow 3-2 home win over bottom club Tesco United as Lowe, Bishop and Banning scored for Badsey and Steele and Burman struck for Tesco.

Ecosamba dropped into the bottom two following a 7-0 home defeat to second placed Alderton, whose goals came from Greaves (3), Baker, Charlton, Trynor and Goodwin.

Leaders Mickleton Rangers won 2-0 at Evesham United Sunday through goals from Hicks and Moore, whilst Tewkesbury Town boosted their promotion hopes as Dyson and Cox scored in their 2-0 home success against Cropthorne.

Clifford, Green and Fletcher were on target for New Inn Pershore in their 3-2 success at Broadway United Reserves, whilst Charlton Old Boys and visitors Harvington fought out a goalless draw.

Sun Inn closed the gap at the top of Division Three with a convincing 6-1 home win over Stour Excelsior Reserves in which Von Seckendorff (2), Major, Parry and Wiltshire scored for Sun, whilst Dragons stay in the promotion hunt following a 3-0 home victory over Ashton 88 thanks to goals from Lane, Jennings and Pilling.

Ambi Allsports produced an excellent performance to defeat visitors Avon Titans 5-2 as the hosts netted through Hackling (2), Tarry, Hall and Booth and Titans were on the mark through Clutterbuck and Hitchman.

Bengeworth won 4-2 at Stratford United as Burford, Mason and Shoots got amongst the goals for the victors, whilst the home team scored through Rapson and Hawkins.

Quinton reached the last four of the Express-Funding Mick Godwin Cup with a 3-0 triumph at Pebworth thanks to strikes from Carter, Drinkwater and Land.

Pinvin United’s Division One title hopes ended with a 2-0 defeat at Inkberrow. Griffiths scored both for the home team, for whom victory clinched the title for Bretforton Old Boys.

Cider Mill moved towards safety with a 4-1 home victory over neighbours Bear as Stuart Reading bagged a hat-trick and Hands scored for the Hampton club, with Barnado netting for Bear.

Dan Francis gave Jackson Fairfield an interval lead over visitors Evesham WMC but a second half Grady effort for the Workies sealed a 1-1 draw.

The Evesham Sunday League welcomes applications for new teams to join the league for the 2016/17 season. Applications/enquiries should be made to secretary Martin Malin on 07891 521858 or via e-mail at martin.malin@hotmail.co.uk no later than May 1.

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