PROMOTED TDMS Harvington continued their improved form in Evesham Sunday League Division One with a thumping 8-1 victory at New Inn Pershore.
Goals from Harry Quirke (2), Ryan Attwood, Adam Stanley, Luke Woodfield, Dan Kinnersley, Jay Bunn and Kodi Sallis earned the win.
There were no shocks in the Evesham Hospital Junior Cup quarter-finals as Bretforton Sports Club hit double figures against Broadway United who were beaten 10-3 through goals from George Kirby (4), Will Gayton (2), Lewis Fathers (2), Ryan Cantrill and Ben Johns.
Bretforton Old Boys had to work hard to overcome Alderton 3-2 whilst goals from Kieron Sheen and Alex Griffiths helped Inkberrow win 2-1 at Offenham Rovers, for whom David Waters scored.
Evesham WMC progressed with a 4-2 victory at Mickleton Rangers as Dominic Hartland (2), Matt Iorns and James White scored for the Workies and Rangers’ goals came from Alex Theo and Joe Godson.
In Division Two, Fladbury produced an excellent performance to defeat Strawberry Field United 5-2 with Will Green (2), Max Ferriday, Jake Jordan and Sebastian Nevitt scoring for the village team and Mark Magee netting twice for Strawberry Field.
Cropthorne maintained their promotion hopes with a 4-1 victory over Stratford HGC as their goals came from Kyle Ballard (2), Neil Taylor and Curtis Bennett.
In Division Three, Ashton 88 Reserves led through a Chris Davies goal against Dragons before a Scott Danby goal levelled matters in a 1-1 draw.
Bredon defeated Stour Excelsior Reserves 5-3 despite Paul Jewett (2) and Daniel Savage netting for the latter.
In the Evesham Hospital Minor Cup second round, Stour Excelsior hit ten without reply against Pebworth through Jamie Vadasz (3), Jake Harris (2), Jake Bradley (2), Ed Caswell, Ian Ross and Patrick Ross and Harvington Harriers won 3-1 at Bengeworth with goals from Rhys Warner, Joshua Crowley and Jack Wright.
Alderman United continued their excellent season with a narrow last eight 4-3 win over Drakes Broughton Rangers thanks to a Jake Pettitt treble.
TDMS Evesham also reached the last four with a 5-3 victory over Ashton 88 in which the academy team scored through Luke Phipps (2), Tom Dixon, Kasper Wiecki and Jack Howard Nailor and Ashton replied through Gary Dyke, Josh Keen and Matthew Ingle.