Inkberrow hit title rivals for six - The Evesham Observer

Inkberrow hit title rivals for six

Evesham Editorial 28th Jan, 2020   0

INKBERROW sent a strong message in their pursuit of a first Evesham Sunday League Division One title with a thumping 6-0 win over title rivals Evesham WMC through goals from Harry Clarke (2), Alex Bullock (2), Harry Grant and Tom Emblem.

Alderton won the battle of the strugglers 3-2 against New Inn Pershore as Ian Dawson (2) and Matt Baker scored for Alderton and Jack Hughes and Zak Brant netted for New Inn.

Mickleton Rangers defeated Broadway United 3-1 with goals from Peter Robinson (2) and Sam Ellis.

Bretforton Old Boys received a walkover in the WFA Sunday Premier Cup, whilst TDMS Harvington were narrowly defeated 2-1 by Chaddesley Ravens.

Stour Excelsior are looking good for an immediate return to Division One after Jake Harris and Oscar Hair scored in a 2-1 win against Cropthorne, for whom Leon Williams struck.

Pebworth picked up a much-needed 3-1 victory against TDMS Evesham as Harry Furlong, Tom Benfield and Jake Gray scored and Morgan Ballinger replied for TDMS.

Drakes Broughton Rangers recorded an excellent 3-1 win at Strawberry Field United through goals from Steve Ward, Thomas Coultas-Morton and Bill Hemming.

It was good news in the WFA Sunday Junior Cup as both Ashton 88 and Fladbury progressed, with the former defeating Express Falcons 3-2 with goals from Jonathan Cother, Steven Turner and Tom Leighton, whilst Fladbury comfortably beat Catshill 6-0.

In Division Three, Titans picked up a point in a 2-2 draw against Stour Excelsior Reserves as Sam Cook and Matt Deakin scored for Titans and Stour struck through Nick Shurmer and Paul Jewett.

Alderman United remain unbeaten after winning the local derby with Bredon 3-1 through goals from Jake Pettitt (2) and Kieran Dyson.

Ollie Carter and Lewis Carter were on target for Ashton 88 Reserves in their 3-2 victory at Dragons, whilst there was penalty heartbreak for Fortis and Harvington Harriers in the WFA Sunday Minor Cup last eight as Fortis lost on penalties after a 1-1 draw against AFC Blackwell and Harriers also exited on penalties after drawing 2-2 against Gruppo Select.

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