By Liam Moakes 10/04 Updated: 10/04 18:58
RED HORSE had to come from 2-0 down and needed extra time to overcome a gallant Evesham WMC 4-2 to reach the Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday League Evesham Mechanical Services KO Cup final.
In the final they will meet long time rivals Bretforton Old Boys.
However, the Horsemen had to do it hard the way as the Workies struck twice in the opening ten minutes through Williams and Spencer before doubles from Duncan and Staley put the Horsemen through.
Black Bear stayed top of Division One as Jake Pettitt hit six in a 10-0 victory at Golden Cross.
Bretforton Old Boys were made to work hard for a 4-2 win at Broadway United in which Gayton (2), Smith-Daniel and Richardson scored for Old Boys and Jason Horsburgh and Jeffs netted for Broadway.
Eckington moved a step closer to Division One by winning the Division Two local derby against hosts Bredon 3-1 with goals from Clarke, Miller and Bostock. Lee Diamond scored for Bredon.
Fisher's double and goals from M Smith and Ben Smith saw Offenham Park Rangers further dent Alderton's promotion hopes with a 4-3 home success, despite Alderton scoring through Kinder (2) and Baker.
Stour Excelsior defeated visitors WMK 3-1 with goals from Carr, Pratt and Wellsby.
Division Three leaders Bear came from behind to defeat visitors Black Bear Reserves 3-2 as the division's top scorer Liam Scrivens bagged a brace.
AC Olympia are second after powering to a 10-2 home win over Gardeners Arms as Clayton (3), White (2), Rowan (2), Morrison, Stevens and Elliott scored.
Goals from Unwin and Johns saw hosts Lenches Lions move third above opponents Tesco United thanks to a 2-0 success, whilst Badsey Recreation closed their campaign with a 1-1 draw at Wickhamford Sports without having a shot on target!
Berry gave Wickhamford the lead, only for the hosts to put through their own goal ten minutes from time.
Leaders Pershore Athletic closed their Division Four season in style by thumping hosts Trumpet 10-0 with goals from Worthington (5), May (4) and Coatup.
They now have to rely on other results to secure promotion.
Ambassador look title favourites after goals from Keay (3), Keen (2) and Atkinson earned a 6-1 win at Stour Excelsior Reserves.
Third placed Broadway United Reserves need six points from four games to secure promotion following a surprise 2-1 defeat at George & Dragon, for whom Gisbourne and Hart scored.
Anchor Harriers stay fourth after Quantrill (2), Slowinski and Holland scored in a 4-3 triumph over visitors Alcester Town, whose goals came from Jones, Beach and Greenwood.
Sun Inn edged out visitors Cider Mill Reserves 3-2 with goals from Holmes, Parry and Jacobs, with Doorman scoring twice for Cider Mill.
Elmley Castle won 6-3 at Oberthur as Smith netted a double for the villagers.
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