HAVING been beaten in the final of the league’s KO Cup the previous week, Strawberry Field United went one better and lifted the Bluck Cup at the Jubilee Stadium after a 4-2 victory over Cropthorne.
Connor Sherry gave United an early lead, only for John Boother to level within six minutes on the half hour mark.
Sherry restored the lead with an unstoppable shot from 12 yards before Boother equalised again with 20 minutes remaining. However, late goals from Mark Magee and Craig Colston secured victory and the trophy for the third division outfit.
In Evesham Sunday League Division One, Bretforton Sports Club netted three goals in the last six minutes to earn a 4-4 draw at Evesham WMC. Bradley Izod (2), Tom Barber and Shane Turley scored for the Workies and Will Gayton (2), Mike Jennings and Tim Beattie struck for Sports Club.
Mickleton Rangers and New Inn Pershore fought out a 6-6 thriller in which Chris Mills and Dan Moore scored twice for Rangers and John Greenham and Kyle Ballard did the same for New Inn.
Offenham Rovers secured their first division status with a 2-2 draw against Inkberrow as David Waters and Ryan Harris scored for Rovers and Luke Allcock and Tom Emblem replied for Inkberrow.
TDMS Harvington moved a step nearer to promotion from Division Two with a convincing 8-2 win at Pebworth in which Luke Woodfield (3), Dan Kinnersley, Shaun Howell, Russell Gardner, Nathan Reader and Rhys Dallaway scored for TDMS.
Ashton 88 moved four points clear at the top of Division Three with a 3-0 win at Stour Excelsior thanks to goals from Lewis Carter, Matthew Ingle and Jake Edwards.
Shaun Smith hit the winner as Stratford HGC triumphed 1-0 at Bredon, whilst Vale United came from three down to win 6-5 against Ambi Allsports as Keiran White and Paul Law both hit trebles for Vale and Vinnie Booth (3), Max Tarry and William Johns scored for Ambi.