WHILST the Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday League Division One title race is all but decided, Divisions Two and Three are still wide open.
In Division Two three teams are level at the top with TDMS Harvington ahead on goal difference following a comfortable 8-1 home win over Fortis in which the goals came from Kodi Sallis, Daniel Kinnersley, Jack Hollins, Harry Quirke, Luke Woodfield, Jack Philpott, Carl Wallace and Jack Davies.
Charlton Fladbury took the local bragging rights with a 4-0 home victory over neighbours Cropthorne thanks to goals from Will Green (2), Sam Steel and Paul Withers.
Pebworth stay top of Division Three following a 3-1 win at Dragons in which Jake Edden, Tom Benfield and Adam Keen scored for Pebworth and Darren Wilsden netted for Dragons.
Will Johns’ double helped Ambi Allsports to three points as they won 2-1 at TDMS Evesham, for whom Will McGarr scored.
Stour Excelsior Reserves remain second after a 6-2 success at Strawberry Field United in which Sam Johnson (3), Tom Grace (2) and Jack Murphy scored for the Shipston side and Anthony Pratley and Daryl Ballard were on the mark for the hosts.
Ashton 88, with games in hand on the leaders, earned a 7-0 home win over Fairfield Titans through goals from Graham Begley, Adam Draper, Andy Cope, Leo Fleming, Adam Jenkins, Matthew Denney and Kieran James.
Stratford HGC cruised to a 10-2 success at Bengeworth with the help of hat-tricks from Paul Dickson and Andy Drakes. Benji Davies, George Spilsbury, Dave Veitchy and Harvey Money also scored for the visitors, whilst Paul Law bagged a brace for Bengeworth.
In Division One, Inkberrow were 7-1 home victors over Tewkesbury Town through goals from Billy Coughlin (2), Codie Walker, Harry Coughlin, Tom Emblem, Kieron Sheen and Josh Walker. Matthew Butler netted for the visitors.
Broadway United dropped further points as they were held 2-2 at home by Offenham Rovers. Jason Horsburgh scored twice for Broadway and Rovers netted through Kays Sibanda and Charlie Szymanski.
New Inn Pershore comfortably won 5-1 at Mickleton Rangers.
Alderton reached the last four of the Bluck Cup with a 6-0 win in a reversed fixture at Bredon thanks to trebles from Matt Greaves and Liam Pennell, whilst in the Mick Godwin Cup Bretforton Old Boys Reserves moved into the last eight thanks to a 5-1 triumph at home to Sun Inn.
Henry Woods (2), James Dovey, Adam Stanley and Ashleigh Booth scored for Old Boys and Jack Watts was on target for Sun Inn.