Both Bretforton teams beaten at semi-final stage - The Evesham Observer

Both Bretforton teams beaten at semi-final stage

Evesham Editorial 17th Apr, 2019   0

HOPES of an all-Bretforton final in the Evesham Hospital Sunday Junior Cup were dashed as both teams fell at the semi-final hurdle.

Bretforton Sports Club were beaten 3-0 by Inkberrow who netted three second half goals through Tom Emblem (2) and Alex Bullock, whilst holders Bretforton Old Boys lost 3-2 to New Inn Pershore as Mangrit Singh scored twice for Old Boys but a Josh Smith double and a Callum Worrall goal saw the Pershore side through to the final.

Fladbury can still gain promotion from Evesham Sunday League Division Two following a 5-0 victory over Badsey Recreation through goals from Max Ferriday (2), Cameron Dickenson, Oliver Burman and Ryan Griffin.

TDMS Evesham and Cropthorne drew 3-3 as Ben Cole, Tom Dixon and Josh Brotherton scored for TDMS and Aron Letterese bagged a treble for Cropthorne.




Despite a Luke Woodfield goal, TDMS Harvington were knocked out of the Bromsgrove Charity Cup 2-1 by Redditch league side Feckenham Sunday.

Ashton 88 clinched promotion from Division Three with a 3-0 victory at Bredon with goals from Gary Dyke, Lewis Carter and Will Stevens and Stratford HGC remain second following a comfortable 5-1 win over Alcester Town.


Strawberry Field United maintained their promotion hopes with a 4-0 win at Stour Excelsior Reserves in which the goals came from Craig Colston (2), Jake Maisey and Keiran Downey.

Dragons thrashed visitors Ambi Allsports 10-0 as Alex Lane scored five and was joined on the scoresheet by Max Danby (2), Jack Pilling (2) and Saidul Islam.

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