By Liam Moakes 20/03 Updated: 21/03 09:55
THE BIRDSEYE Sports Evesham Sunday League Division One title race was blown wide open as Pinvin United defeated leaders Black Bear 3-2 in a pulsating game at Northway.
Black Bear scored through Hutchins and Driscoll but goals from Izod, Bellamy and Bulford earned Pinvin the points.
Bretforton Old Boys moved to the top on goal difference as goals from Clarke and Wallace defeated visitors Broadway United 2-0, whilst Lee Brookes was on target for Honeybourne Gate Inn in their 2-1 home win over Golden Cross.
Doubles from Lee Miller and Malone helped Eckington consolidate second place in Division Two with a 5-1 victory at Offenham Rovers and Fladbury Athletic are third after goals from Chris Clements (3), Andy Clements and Nightingale proved enough to defeat visitors Stour Excelsior - for whom Pratt and Harris scored - 5-2.
Luke Beckingham's strike earned WMK the points in a 1-0 success at Evesham WMC, whilst a first half strike from Greaves kept Alderton in the promotion picture with a 1-0 home victory over Offenham Park Rangers.
Cheltenham Saints won 7-3 at Ashton-under-Hill with goals from Gibbs (2), Robinson (2), Sewell, Jenkins and Jacks, with Ashton on target through White (2) and Begley.
Division Three leaders Lenches Lions were surprisingly beaten 4-2 at Tewkesbury Town as Halling scored a treble for the home team, whilst AC Olympia moved second with a big 14-0 home win over Pebworth in which Clayton and Elliott grabbed trebles and Staite and White both bagged braces.
Bear remain in the promotion shake-up after a 6-2 home win over Badsey Recreation in which the highlight was five goals for top scorer Liam Scrivens.
In a high-scoring game hosts Gardeners Arms and Black Bear Reserves shared ten goals, with Beasley scoring twice for Gardeners Arms.
Honours were even in the Division Four promotion clash at Broadway between the home side's reserve team and Ambassador.
Williams and Berryman scored for Broadway and Des Cox bagged a double for the visitors in the 2-2 draw.
Leaders Pershore Athletic slipped up at Anchor Harriers who won 2-0 thanks to strikes from Warren and Quantrill.
Alcester Town hit five without reply at Elmley Castle via Quirke (2), Meadow, Stevens and Peach and Cider Mill Reserves won 3-0 at Oberthur with goals from Rossiter, Mason and Faulkner.
George & Dragon shared four goals with visitors Stour Excelsior Reserves.
Red Horse reached the last four of the Evesham Mechanical Services KO Cup thanks to a 7-1 win at Sun Inn through goals from Brain (2), Beattie (2), Duncan (2) and Mitchell.
In the Express-Funding Mick Godwin Cup, Wickhamford reached the quarter-finals as they powered to a 9-1 win at Trumpet courtesy of goals from Mallory (4) and Griffiths (2).
Tesco United reached the last four as goals from Turley, Worthington and Kerr upset visitors Bredon, for whom Wood scored, 3-1.
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