September 30th, 2016

Cider Mill continue to set Division Three pace

Updated: 9:06 am, May 07, 2015

CIDER MILL stayed top of Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday League Division Three with a hard earned 4-2 home win over Broadway United Reserves in which Reading (2), Cox and Bullock were on target and Luke Sallis netted twice for the visitors.

Stratford United remain rooted to the foot of the table after losing 3-0 at home to Inkberrow who scored through Griffiths, Johnson and Sheen.

Ecosamba came from behind to defeat hosts Badsey Recreation 3-1 with goals from Mear (2) and Knott after Bishop had earlier put Badsey ahead.

Charlton Old Boys moved second in Division Four with a comfortable 7-2 home win over ten-man Stour Excelsior Reserves as Chris Clements (3) and Andy Clements (2) were amongst the Old Boys scorers and leaders Tewkesbury Town won 4-1 at Harvington with goals from Walton, Bason and Tarling.

Pebworth recorded a 3-0 home win over Dragons with goals from Gray, Wilkes and Williams and Bengeworth defeated visitors Fortis 3-1 with goals from Burford, Mason and Lane, whilst Fortis netted through Wallace.

Bear remain top of Division One following a narrow 3-2 success at Tewkesbury-based WMK in which Matt Staley (2) and Davis scored for the Bear, with Pritchard and Nasser scoring for the home team.

Stour Excelsior produced an excellent performance to comfortably defeat visitors Fladbury Athletic 6-1 thanks to strikes from Featherstone (2), Dunsbee (2), Carr and Harris.

Champions Bretforton Old Boys continued to leak goals as Sam Ford (2), Irons and Grady scored for Evesham WMC who moved second in the table with a 4-1 away win, whilst Robbie Harris netted for Bretforton.

A second half strike from Roberts earned Pinvin United the three points with a 1-0 triumph at the expense of visitors Eckington.

Alcester Town moved to the top of Division Two with a convincing 7-2 win at in-form Mickleton Rangers thanks largely to Dance’s hat-trick and second placed Bredon hit four without reply at Defford/Besford United as Jake Petitt (3) and the evergreen Lee Diamond scored the goals.

Jacksons Fairfield got back to winning ways thanks to goals from Stanley and Radford which defeated visitors Offenham Rovers 2-0 and Alderton picked up a much-needed 4-2 home win against AC Olympia as Matt Greaves scored all four goals for the villagers.

There were two comfortable wins in the Evesham Mechanical Services Knockout Cup.

In round one Tesco United hit seven without reply at Ambi Allsports through Steele (4), Colston (2) and Stevens and in the second round doubles from Burtenshaw and Jeffs helped Broadway United overcome visitors Ambassador 6-1.