THE BRETFORTON derby ended all square as champions Old Boys dropped points for the first time this season in a 1-1 draw against Sports Club in Evesham Sunday League Division One.
Ryan Cantrill scored for Bretforton Sports Club and Ryan Reeves on target for Old Boys.
Evesham WMC kept up their recent good form with a 4-1 win against New Inn Pershore in which Elliott Grady scored a hat-trick and there was a further goal from Matthew Iorns.
Offenham Rovers returned to winning ways with a comfortable 7-1 victory over Alderton thanks to goals came from Stuart Davis (4), Alex Trinder (2) and David Waters.
Mickleton Rangers and TDMS Harvington shared the spoils 1-1 as Joshua Keyte scored for Rovers and Kodi Sallis netted for Harvington.
In Division Two, Strawberry Field United won 3-2 at Stratford HGC through goals from Craig Colston, Mark Magee and Dan Sherry. Stratford scored through Dan Veitch and Joshua Barbor.
Doubles from Jamie Haines and Oscar Hair helped Stour Excelsior win 4-3 at TDMS Evesham, with Tom Dixon and Tom Jones on target for the academy side.
In Division Three, Vale United travelled to Stour Excelsior Reserves and returned with the three points after a 4-2 success in which Joshua Grice (2), Keiran White and Matt O’Donovan scored for Vale and Elliott Wright and Nick Walker found the net for Stour.
Dragons defeated Titans 5-0 through goals from Alex Lane (2), Adam Hinchcliffe, Lee Tustin and Scott Sinden.
There were mixed results in the WFA Sunday Junior Cup second round for Evesham teams as Fladbury edged out Cropthorne 5-4 and Ashton 88 received a walkover.
However, Pebworth suffered a heavy 8-0 defeat against Kidderminster side Hornets and Drakes Broughton were knocked out 3-1 at Pockets.
In the Minor Cup second round, Harvington Harriers progressed by defeating Lower Teme & Martley Rovers 3-0 with goals from Sam Leight, Nathan Lewis and Johnny Robinson, whilst Mark Buttle scored the winner for Fortis who triumphed 1-0 at Mostyn Rangers and Bredon lost out on penalties at Swan Sports after the sides had shared four goals, with Matt Tarling netting twice for the visitors.