BRETFORTON Old Boys were surprisingly held 4-4 at home by TDMS Harvington, allowing Evesham WMC to move to the top of Evesham Sunday League Division One after a 4-2 victory at Broadway United.
Manpreet Singh (2), Harry Jacobs and Ryan Reeves scored for Old Boys, with Harvington securing a hard-earned point through goals from Jack Philpott, Carl Wallace, Nathan Reader and Kodi Sallis.
Ben Hoskins, Matt Iorns and two own goals proved enough for the Workies, despite Broadway scoring through Luke Sallis and Will Aspey.
George Kilby gave Bretforton Sports Club the lead at Inkberrow before an Alex Griffiths goal levelled matters in a 1-1 draw.
Stour Excelsior moved second in Division Two with a 3-0 victory over TDMS Evesham through goals from Ed Caswell, Jared Randall and Joshi Gibb, whilst Pebworth and Cropthorne played out a goalless draw.
In Division Three, Harvington Harriers lead the table following a comfortable 8-1 win over Titans in which the goals came from Jack Wright (3), Josh Crowley (2), Sam Leight (2) and Johnny Robinson.
Lee Tustin and Dan Palmer were on the mark to help Dragons defeat Vale United 2-0 and Fortis won 7-1 at Bengeworth as Aiden Booth (3), Jordan Hemming (3) and Ashleigh Booth all got on the scoresheet.
Holders New Inn Pershore were knocked out of the Mick Godwin Cup in the second round by Stratford HGC who won 1-0 thanks to a Nigel Dyde effort, whilst goals from Max Ferriday (2) and Sean Payne saw Fladbury progress 3-0 at the expense of Ashton 88 Reserves.
Ashton 88’s first team lost out on penalties after sharing six goals at Strawberry Field United where Connor Sherry (2) and Sam Goodhall scored for the home team and Steven Turner, Gary Dyke and Matthew Ingle netted for Ashton.
Offenham Rovers won the all-Division One tie 7-2 at Alderton as Rovers’ goals came from Stuart Davies (3), James Cresswell (2), David Waters and Plamen Simeonov, whilst goals from Tom Ford (2) and Peter Robinson helped Mickleton Rangers overcome Bredon, for whom Ben Hayward scored, 3-1.
Alderman United reached the last eight of the Bluck Cup with a resounding 11-3 win over Stour Excelsior Reserves as Jake Pettitt (4) and Tim Arnold (3) got amongst the goals.