BRETFORTON Old Boys took another step towards securing the Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday League Division One title with an impressive 6-3 win at Evesham WMC.
Shaun Cook netted a hat-trick for Old Boys whose other goals came from Gayton (2) and Brown, whilst the Workies struck through Sibanda (2) and Grady.
Second placed Pinvin United dropped three points as they lost 4-2 at home to Stour Excelsior. Bellamy and Bulford scored for Pinvin but the Shipston side scored four through Dunsbee (2), Welsby and Tomes.
Broadway United eased to a 6-2 home victory against Jackson Fairfield. Jason Horsburgh, Hands, Hopkins, Jeffs and Rich all struck for the hosts and Scrivens and Heritage netted for the visitors.
Cider Mill progressed into the Evesham Hospital Sunday Junior Cup second round as goals from Dyke and Stevens defeated hosts Inkberrow 2-0, whilst Alcester Town reached round three with a 2-1 home victory over visitors Bromsgrove United. Elsewhere, Bear lost 3-2 at home to Studley Railway.
Mickleton Rangers moved three points clear at the top of Division Two as Jonathan Sexton’s second half effort proved enough to defeat visitors Charlton Old Boys 1-0.
Ecosamba hit eight without reply against visitors Tesco United through Heeks (4), Cotton (3) and Meah.
In the Evesham Hospital Sunday Minor Cup first round, Evesham United Sunday won 4-3 on penalties against visitors Badsey Recreation after a 1-1 draw and Cropthorne were 3-2 victors at Bromsgrove League outfit AFC Millfields.
Sun Inn lost their first cup match of the season as they were beaten 1-0 at Dragons in the second round and at the same stage Lee Miller scored all six goals for New Inn Pershore in their 6-3 success at Bengeworth.
Tewkesbury Town defeated visitors Alderton 6-2 and Harvington clinched a 4-3 triumph at Pebworth.
Quinton stay clear at the top of Division Three following an 8-0 win at Quinton thanks to goals from James Drinkwater (4), Brocklehurst (2) and Dyde (2) and Ashton 88 defeated visitors Avon Titans 1-0 thanks to a second half goal from James.