PEBWORTH moved back to the top of Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday League Division Three with a resounding 14-0 win at bottom placed Fairfield Titans.
The long-running village team are having their best season in recent years and scored through Jeffrey (5), Benfield (3), Rose (3), Hopper, Sadler and Edden.
Dragons got the better of hosts Ambi Allsports 5-3 as Hinchcliffe (4) and Sindon scored for the visitors and Johns, Booth and Tarry netted for Allsports.
Alcester Town drew 1-1 at home to Strawberry Field United.
In Division Two the top four teams all won, including Alderton who cruised to a 14-0 home win over Bredon thanks to goals coming from Greaves (6), Pennell (2), Allen (2), Kinder, Trynor, Bowles and Ambridge.
Broadway United Reserves earned a narrow 2-1 home victory over Charlton Fladbury in which Aspey and Heritage scored for Broadway and Jordan netted for the visitors.
TDMS Harvington won 3-1 at Cropthorne through goals from Quirke, Dalloway and Sollis, whilst Brixey struck for Cropthorne.
At Badsey Recreation, three second half goals earned Bretforton Old Boys Reserves the points in a 6-3 success after the sides had shared six first half goals.
The home side scored through Wilson, Banning and Barnes but Old Boys prevailed through Woods (2), Staley, Cam, Booth and Clarke.
Bretforton Old Boys need just four points to be sure of retaining the Division One title following a 7-0 victory at home to Broadway United in which goals from Gayton (4), Reeves, Beach and Cooke did the damage.
Inkberrow and visitors Stour Excelsior drew 2-2 as Coughlin and Emblem scored for Inkberrow and Stour netted through Drinkwater and an own goal.
Holders Offenham Rovers moved into the last eight of the Mick Godwin Cup with a 4-3 home victory over Mickleton Rangers thanks to goals coming from Sibanda, Burrows, Bagley and Andrews.