FOLLOWING recent results, Evesham WMC have been crowned Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday League Division One champions.
The league’s longest serving club lifted the title for the fourth time – some 20 years after their last success.
Bear clinched runners-up spot with a 2-0 win at Bretforton Old Boys in which Keen and Bearcroft scored for the Evesham side.
Stour Excelsior won 4-2 at Fladbury Athletic thanks to goals from Robins, Dunsbee, Pratt and Johnson, whilst Fladbury registered through an own goal and a Jack Wood effort.
Cider Mill clinched the Division Three title with a 4-0 victory at Badsey Recreation as Reading and Hardy both netted doubles for the Hampton side, who won 13 of their 14 league matches.
Bluck Cup finalists Inkberrow have secured runners-up spot and they won 3-0 at Ecosamba with goals from Johnson (2) and Firkin.
Chris Clements scored all four goals for Charlton Old Boys in their 4-2 victory at Stour Excelsior Reserves and victory in their final two league matches would clinch runners-up spot behind Division Four champions Tewkesbury Town at the expense of Harvington for the Fladbury-based team.
Ambi Allsports defeated visitors Pebworth 3-2 with goals from Marks, Dawe and Millan, whilst Mallory bagged a brace for Pebworth.
Alcester Town recorded a 3-0 home win over Harvington to reach the semi-finals of the Evesham Hospital Sunday Minor Cup and set up a tie at Cider Mill.