Sun Inn keep their promotion challenge on track - The Evesham Observer

Sun Inn keep their promotion challenge on track

Evesham Editorial 2nd Nov, 2016   0

LAST season’s treble winners Sun Inn maintained their momentum in their quest to secure successive promotions as they closed the gap on the Division Two leaders with a 5-2 win at local rivals Alderton.

The Winchcombe-based team scored through von Seckendorff (3), Price and Watts and the hosts netted through Baker and Bowles.

Quinton earned a much-needed three points as they defeated visitors Bredon 3-1 with goals from Brocklehurst, Okines and Dyde. Shearer scored for Bredon.

TDMS are still seeking their first Division Three point after visitors Bengeworth proved too strong in securing a 5-1 victory through goals from Lane (3), Jackson and Cook. The high school side scored through Howard-Naylor.




Goals from Knapper and Hancox earned Fortis the points with a 2-0 home win against Stour Excelsior Reserves, whilst Ambi Allsports won 6-2 at neighbours Avon Titans as Booth struck four times and Camm and Brotherton also netted. Titans scored through Deacon and Vizor.

Broadway United returned to winning ways in Division One with a 3-1 home victory over Tewkesbury Town as Jason Horsburgh (2) and Hopkins found the net.


In an exciting game at Shipston, hosts Stour Excelsior opened up a 4-0 lead over Mickleton Rangers with doubles from Harris and Fathers before Rangers staged a comeback with goals from Moore, Mills and Robinson, but the equaliser proved elusive.

In the WFA Sunday Junior Cup, Evesham WMC and Inkberrow progressed into round three with 8-1 and 5-2 wins over Plough Dukes and Cookley Sports respectively. Lewis Sheen scored a hat-trick for Inkberrow and Walker and Steele also struck.

However, Cider Mill and Pinvin United suffered 4-2 and 5-0 defeats against Red Lion and Clifton Rovers respectively. Reading and Jeffery were on the mark for Cider Mill.

In the WFA Sunday Minor Cup, several Evesham league teams progressed into round three.

Broadway United Reserves won 1-0 at Dragons, New Inn Pershore edged past hosts Ashton 88 1-0 and Cropthorne comfortably accounted for visitors Worcester Saints Reserves 6-1.

Harvington received a walkover after their opponents Bull Inn withdrew, but Pebworth lost 6-0 at Stoke Works and Charlton Old Boys were beaten 2-1 at home by Hallow Reserves.

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