FORTIS came back from a goal down to win 6-2 at Ruby Jacks in Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday League Division Four as the father and son combination of Stuart and Jon Wallace starred.
Father Stuart scored a rare goal, whilst son Jon added another and there were further goals from Puttock, Paul, Saunders and Gibbons.
Harvington maintained their perfect start as goals from Davies, Dallaway, Philpott and Woodfield defeated visitors Stour Excelsior Reserves 4-1, whilst Tewkesbury Town won 3-1 at Pebworth with goals from Robinson, Dyson and Mace, with Pebworth scoring through Mallory.
Dragons won again, defeating visitors Bengeworth 4-2 with goals from Mike Jennings (2), Matt Jennings and Wicks, and Bengeworth were on the mark through Irons and Burford.
Ambi Allsports and visitors Charlton Old Boys drew 1-1 as both teams earned their first point of the campaign thanks to goals from Woods and Woodman respectively.
Stuart Reading and Dan Francis both netted twice for Cider Mill in their 4-3 Division Three win at Cropthorne, with the home side scoring through Boother (2) and Huggins.
Neil Bishop’s brace earned hosts Badsey Recreation the points 2-0 at home to Sun Inn, whilst Ecosamba won 5-1 at Stratford United as Robey netted a hat-trick.
Inkberrow opened their season by crushing visitors Ambassador 7-3.
Jacksons Fairfield lead Division Two following a 5-0 home win over AC Olympia with goals from Scrivens (2), Tustin (2) and Haycock.
Bredon made it two wins from two as a Wilson effort proved the winner in a 1-0 home success against Tesco United and Lee Miller (3), Rogers (2) and Ward scored for Defford/Besford United in an excellent 6-1 win at Offenham Rovers, for whom Burrows scored.
Alderton and visitors Alcester Town drew 2-2 as Greaves netted twice for Alderton and Richardson matched the feat for Alcester.
Evesham WMC are the early pace-setters in Division One after convincingly winning 5-1 at Eckington with goals from Elliot Grady (2), K Grady, Ford and Scott, with Eckington netting through Danny Bostock.
The other fixtures ended in draws. Matt Staley struck twice early on to put Bear in command against visitors Bretforton Old Boys, but a Steve Brown double levelled matters in an excellent 2-2 draw.
The two promoted sides also drew 2-2 as Harris bagged a brace for hosts Stour Excelsior and Sklenaar netted twice for WMK.
At Broadway, the home side scored through Jeffs, but Pinvin United claimed a 1-1 draw thanks to Sheppard’s goal.