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Brewers Athletic are riding high

McDonald's Worcester & District Football League round up

Last Updated: Sep 20, 2013 09:51am
Hampton Lovett, Wychavon
By Tim Phillips
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Brewers Athletic are riding high at the top of the McDonald’s Worcester & District Football League after a 9-2 demolition of Hylton Road Rovers, their third successive victory.

Ben Harborne, Shane Wade and Mike Jeffries all bagged a brace for Brewers. Elsewhere James Lush netted four times as Falcons crushed Powick Reserves 6-0 and Jordan Powell cracked a hat-trick in Worcester City Wanderers 5-1 home win over Colwall Village. GDL Athletic beat Cutnall Green 5-3, Rob Veales bagging two for GDL.

In Division 5 Worcester Rileys hammered Sport Dysons 8-3, Shane Smith finding the net four times and James Freeman adding a brace. Joe Barrett hit a hat-trick for Drakes Broughton Rangers who beat GDL Athletic A 4-0 and Chris Whitehouse notched a double as The Bell @ Pensax Reserves went to the top of the table with a 3-0 win at Hallow Reserves. Cristian Raileanu grabbed both goals for Riverside who beat FC Five Fathers 2-1.

Old Vigornians lead Division 4 after a 1-0 against Droitwich Spa Eagles Reserves. There were two goals each for Louis Baker of Whitehall who lost a nine goal thriller 5-4 at home to Droitwich RBL, Craig Johnson as Hornets Reserves drew 2-2 at The Bell @ St Johns and Steve Prickett in Clifton Rovers 4-0 success at Blackpole.

Inter Express made it three wins out of three at the top of Divison 2, Luke Arnold grabbing a hat-trick as they thumped VBL Sports 6-2. Ollie Endacott was another hat-trick man in Malvern Rangers 6-3 win at Claines.

Droitwich Spa Eagles are at the top of Division One, Alan Parkinson grabbing both goals in a 2-1 victory at Kempsey. Tyler Attwood smashed a hat-trick for Hallow who hammered New AFC Barbourne 6-0 and Josh Kennedy fired a treble for Worcester Saints, 4-2 winners against Goodrest Juniors. Damon Groves scored twice as The Bell @ Pensax beat Hallow Village 4-2.

WCT Raiders and Heenans maintained their 100% records at the top of the Premier Division. Jamie Insall and Joe Haines both bagged a brace in WCT’s 5-2 success at Colwall St James, Anthony Smith doing likewise as Heenans  beat Perrywood 2-1. John Mann scored twice for New Inn who recorded their first victory of the season, 5-0 at Martley Spurs.

In the Saturday Division Tom Hobbs netted four times for leaders WCT Raiders who beat Powick 5-1. Joe Spencer and Martin Newman both notched doubles as Arrow 2000 won 5-3 against Malvern Town Reserves.

 

 

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