Strawberry Field and Alderton to meet in cup semis - The Evesham Observer

Strawberry Field and Alderton to meet in cup semis

Evesham Editorial 22nd Jan, 2019   0

STRAWBERRY Field United reached their second Evesham Sunday League cup semi-final of the season as a 5-0 victory over TDMS Evesham took them through to the Bluck Cup last four.

The goals were scored by Dan Sherry, Matt Magee, Craig Colston, Vaughan Handy and Jake Maisey. Their opponents in both semi-finals are Alderton who won through 3-1 at Bredon with goals from George Smith, Rhys Stocks and an own goal, with David Huggins scoring for Bredon.

The other two ties were settled on penalties. Fladbury overcame AFC Cheltenham after the two sides shared six goals, with Oliver Burman, Cameron Dickenson and Will Green scoring for Fladbury.

Cropthorne overcame Stratford HGC on spot-kicks after Leon Williams scored for Cropthorne and Sam Jalowiecki was on target for Stratford HGC in a 1-1 draw.

The top two both won in Division One as leaders Bretforton Old Boys won 5-0 at Stour Excelsior with goals from Manprit Singh (2), Ryan Reeves, Sean Cooke and Sam Beddoes, whilst second-placed Bretforton Sports Club defeated visitors Tewkesbury Town 4-0 as Matt Staley (2), Chris Rowberry and Luke Smith-Daniel got on the scoresheet.

Evesham WMC won 4-3 at Offenham Rovers as goals from Sam Penfold (2), Elliott Grady and an own goal did the trick for the Workies and Rovers netted through James Cresswell, Tom Allcock and Radu Nicolaita.

Inkberrow came from behind to win 3-2 at New Inn Pershore, for whom Kyle Ballard scored twice, but the visitors hit back through goals from Alex Bullock (2) and Kieron Sheen.

Mickleton Rangers and visitors Broadway United drew 3-3. Rangers’ goals came from Matt Tye, Josh Collins and Alfie Barnes and Broadway registered through goals from Will Aspey (2) and Brandon Parker.

In Division Two, TDMS Harvington moved second with a comfortable 7-0 win at Fortis, whilst Division Three leaders Ashton 88 defeated visitors Fairfield Titans 7-2 thanks to goals from Andy Cope (2), Lewis Carter, Gary Dyke, Leo Fleming, Finley Lewis and Bradley Mason. Aron Lane and Sam Cook replied for Titans.

Bengeworth came from two down to defeat visitors Dragons 3-2. Robert Burkus was amongst the goals for Bengeworth, as were Rob Burford and Shahem Ahmed for the away side.

Stour Excelsior Reserves comfortably triumphed 9-1 at depleted Ambi Allsports through an Alex Gregg hat-trick and goals from Ashley Cartwright, Sam Johnson, Andy Coyne, Tobias Kemp, Sam Dexter and Elliot Wright. Will Johns scored for the hosts.

Are you on Facebook?

Like or follow our Facebook page - to get daily news updates straight to your news feed.

Business Directory

From plumbers, to restaurants, we can provide you with all the info you need.

Buy Photos

Buy photos online from the Evesham Observer newspaper.


Receive a weekly update to your inbox by signing up to our weekly newsletter.


Weddings, Birthdays, Bereavements, Thank you notices, Marriages and more.