THE EVESHAM Sunday League programme has now been suspended until further notice, but matches were played over the previous weekend.
Evesham WMC reached the Evesham Hospital Sunday Junior Cup final by defeating Bretforton Old Boys 2-1 in Sunday’s semi-final.
James Bearcroft and James White scored the Workies’ goals, with Tom Leonard replying for Old Boys.
The Workies’ final opponents will be Bretforton Sports Club who overcame Inkberrow 4-3 in a seven-goal thriller in which Ryan Cantrill (2), Ben Johns and Lewis Fathers scored for Sports Club and Kieron Sheen, Tom Emblem and Alex Griffiths struck for Inkberrow.
Stour Excelsior reached the Minor Cup last four with a 7-0 win over Harvington Harriers thanks to doubles from Dale Simpson, Rob Shurmer and Oscar Hair.
In Division One, Offenham Rovers defeated TDMS Harvington 2-1 with first half goals from Sean Brain and Jake Hall, whilst Broadway United continue to struggle after losing 3-2 at home to Mickleton Rangers.
Brandon Parker and Will Aspey scored for Broadway, but goals from Peter Robinson, Daniel Moore and an own goal saw Rangers take the points.
Division Two leaders Ashton 88 lost 4-2 at home to Stratford HGC and fellow promotion hopefuls Stawberry Field United lost 3-2 at home to TDMS Evesham.
Connor Sherry and Josh Rogers scored for the home team, but the academy side hit back with goals from Tom Dixon (2) and Ben Cole.
Drakes Broughton Rangers were 5-0 winners against Pebworth through Simon Dorrell (2), Bill Hemming, Gareth Hodgetts and Ryan Branfield and Fladbury took the honours in the local derby with Cropthorne as goals from Harry Ingles (2), Will Green and Max Ferriday sealed a 4-2 victory. Tom Barton and Curtis Bennett scored for Cropthorne.
Alderman United strengthened their position at the top of Division Three with an 8-2 victory at Fortis in which Lorcan Sheehan, Antanas Brazdys and Richard Smart all scored twice for the Tewkesbury outfit.
Titans picked up their second win in recent weeks by defeating Bengeworth 5-1. Their biggest ever victory was thanks to goals came from James Elwell (3), Sam Cook and Nathan Hodgkins.
Jack Mason-Brown was on target for Dragons in their 2-1 win at Bredon.