Workies win Mick Godwin Cup - The Evesham Observer

Workies win Mick Godwin Cup

Evesham Editorial 9th May, 2018   0

THE BIRDSEYE Sports Evesham Sunday League concluded in glorious sunshine at Littleton FC on Sunday afternoon when Evesham WMC lifted the Mick Godwin Cup with a 2-0 defeat of Offenham Rovers.

The match produced three red cards in a second half that boiled over but first half goals from Elliot Grady and Dominic Hartland proved enough in a match the Workies dominated for long periods.

Champions Bretforton Old Boys concluded their Division One campaign with a narrow 3-2 win over Mickleton Rangers in which Sean Brain (2) and Sam Beddoes scored for Old Boys and Chris Mills and Jack Sexton netted for visitors Rangers.

Victory in the Evesham Hospital Cup final on May 20 would give Old Boys an unprecedented quadruple.

Broadway United Reserves are Division Two champions following a 1-1 draw at TDMS Harvington, for whom Jack Philpott fired home the opener before a late goal from Dave Cole denied the home team promotion.

Bretforton Old Boys Reserves clinched runners-up spot on goal difference with a 2-0 home victory over Alderton in which Ashleigh Booth and Tim Beattie scored.

Cropthorne warmed up for this Sunday’s County Cup final with a comfortable 7-1 home win over Bredon. Anthony Smith (3), James Crenan, Tom Barton, Jack Dean and Aron Letterese scored for Cropthorne and Ben Heyward struck for the visitors.

Sun Inn defeated visitors Charlton Fladbury 6-1.

Division Three concluded with Dragons thumping hosts Bengeworth 13-1 and Alcester Town 2-0 home winners over Fairfield Titans.

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