By Liam Moakes Monday 29 October 2012 Updated: 31/10 11:09
OFFENHAM ROVERS maintained their good start to their Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday League Division Three campaign as they came from behind to win their top of the table clash with visitors Tewkesbury Town 3-2.
Jake Pettitt gave Town an interval lead before second half goals from Fisher (2) and Tustin kept Rovers at the top of the table.
Badsey Recreation moved third as goals from Bishop, Thompson and Schembri defeated hosts Ecosamba 3-0.
Liam Scrivens hit four goals for Fairfield in their 6-0 home win over Salford Priors, Lauer's double was not enough for Ambassador as visitors Pershore High Old Boys won 6-2 through Meigh (2), Worthington (2), Sheen and Taylor and Gardeners Arms edged out visitors Ashton 5-4 as Beasley scored twice for Gardeners and Begley did likewise for Ashton.
A hat-trick from Heritage maintained Anchor Harriers' perfect start in Division Four and further goals from Quantrell and Smith sealed a 5-0 win at Vale Wanderers.
Goals from brothers Ed and Will Major earned Sun Inn a welcome 2-1 win at Ambi Allsports and Bengeworth came from behind to prevail 2-1 at Stour Excelsior Reserves as Shrimpton gave Stour the lead before goals from Mason and Herbert changed the outcome.
Elmley Castle got back on track as goals from Case, Withers, Smith and Henry defeated visitors Pebworth 4-0, whilst Beach netted four for Alcester Town in their 7-4 win at Campden/Ebrington United despite Bocock and Rose scoring twice for the home team.
Bretforton Old Boys moved back to the top of Division One by defeating visitors Pinvin United 6-1 with goals from Gayton (2), Wallace (2), Baird and Witts, although the result somewhat flattered the home team.
Sexton's double earned Mickleton Rangers a much-needed three points against visitors Defford/Besford United who were beaten 2-0.
Honeybourne Gate Inn reached the third round of the Evesham Mechanical Services Knockout Cup with a strong second half performance which saw off visitors Tesco United 7-1. Matt Layton (3) and Chris Mills (2) were amongst the scorers for Honeybourne.
Fladbury Athletic top Division Two following a hard earned 3-2 home win over Alderton in which Brain, Heath and Nightingale scored for Fladbury and Frangleton and Greaves netted for Alderton.
Apperley & Tewks Dynamos came from four goals down to earn a 4-4 draw at WMK, whilst goals from Elliott and Wright earned AC Olympia the points 2-0 against visitors Stour Excelsior.
Five league teams progressed to the third round of the WFA County Cups.
Eckington and Broadway United are through in the Sunday Junior Cup after beating Droitwich Eagles and Darby End Athletic 3-1 and 5-1 respectively.
In the Sunday Minor Cup Bear beat Lenches Lions 3-0, Bredon won 3-1 against Harriers Arms and Broadway United Reserves saw off Hylton Road Rovers 5-1.
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