27th Oct, 2016

Jacksons Fairfield keep Knockout Cup dream alive

Evesham Editorial 27th Jan, 2015 Updated: 20th Oct, 2016

JACKSONS Fairfield reached the semi-final of the Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday League Evesham Mechanical Services Knockout Cup and in doing so have guaranteed a team from outside the top division will contest the final.

The Division Two outfit accounted for Division One side Stour Excelsior 5-2 with goals from Scrivens (2), Radford, Turley and McCall, whilst Dunsbee netted twice for Stour.

Inkberrow reached the last four of the Bluck Cup with a 3-1 victory at Bengeworth as Bloomfield (2) and Jordan scored for Inkberrow, who now face Cider Mill for a place in the final.

One point separates the top four in Division One and Evesham WMC returned to the top with a 3-0 win at WMK in which Ford, Grady and Izod scored the goals.

Pinvin United hit five without reply at Eckington through Worthington (3), Lamb and Bulford, whilst Bretforton Old Boys earned a hard fought 3-2 win at Broadway United as Trotman (2) and Layton scored for Old Boys and Jason Horsburgh and Sallis netted for Broadway.

Fladbury Athletic lost 6-2 to Worcester-based WCT Raiders to end Evesham league interest in the WFA Sunday Junior Cup at the quarter-final stage.

Alcester Town remain top of Division Two after an own goal and an Elliott effort defeated visitors Tesco United 2-0.

Defford/Besford United defeated hosts Mickleton Rangers for the second week running as Lee Miller netted twice for Defford in a 4-3 success.

Bredon reached the last eight of the WFA Sunday Minor Cup without kicking a ball after opponents AFC Millfields were unable to raise a team.

Division Three leaders Cider Mill stretched their lead at the top by hitting double figures as they won 10-1 at Sun Inn. Reading (5), Jeffrey, McKenzie, Francis, Hawkins and Tomkotowicz scored for the Hampton side.

Cropthorne defeated visitors Broadway United Reserves 3-1 with a treble from Letterese.

The top of Division Four is getting tighter as leaders Tewkesbury Town were beaten 3-2 at Dragons thanks to goals from May (2) and Rositer for the Evesham side.

Third placed Charlton Old Boys continued their promotion push with a comfortable 8-1 home win over Ambi Allsports as Chris Clements (4), Andy Clements, Foxall, Dickenson and Campbell scored.

Pebworth gained revenge for a recent defeat as goals from Rowley (3), Paul McGinley and J McGinley defeated visitors Ruby Jacks 5-0.

Johnson and Grace were on target for Stour Excelsior Reserves in their 2-0 home victory over Fortis.