By Liam Moakes Tuesday 06 November 2012 Updated: 06/11 18:38
THE HEAVY rain resulted in the postponement of several Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday League fixtures, but in the action which did take place AC Olympia continued their bid for a third successive promotion with a 6-1 victory at Cider Mill to move third in Division Two.
Goals from Barnes (2), Elliott, Wright, Quemby and Clayton did the trick for AC Olympia.
The top of the table clash saw Bear move above Fladbury Athletic with a 2-0 away win thanks to goals from Smith and Davies.
Doubles from Greaves and Mitchell and a further Stocks effort helped hosts Alderton overcome Tesco United, for whom Williams, Charman and Sutherland scored, 5-3.
Cheltenham Saints defeated visitors WMK 3-2 with goals from Gibbs, Hope and Howell.
Offenham Rovers stay top of Division Three after a comfortable 9-1 win at Salford Priors in which Lee Tustin (3), Burrows (2), Tomes, Jordan and Griffiths got amongst the goals.
Pershore High Old Boys sit in second spot following a 6-0 victory in difficult conditions at Ashton through strikes from Meigh (2), Ridings, Jones, Sheen and Hinchcliffe.
Scott Jordan hit a treble as third placed Tewkesbury Town defeated visitors Broadway United Reserves 4-1, whilst McCall netted four goals as FC Fairfield recorded back-to-back wins for the first time in a thrilling 8-5 home success over Ambassador, for whom Stevens bagged a brace.
Anchor Harriers joined Elmley Castle and Dragons at the top of Division Four after coming from behind to win 6-3 at Alcester Town. Greenwood (2) and Richardson scored for the home team but Harriers prevailed with goals from Slowinski, Taylor, Nevin, Smith and Quantrell.
Bengeworth defeated visitors Stratford United 4-2 thanks to goals from Lane (3) and Mason, with Stratford on the mark through O'Brien and Tunnicliffe.
Champions Bretforton Old Boys look destined to retain the Division One title after defeating previously unbeaten Broadway United 5-1 to move clear at the top.
Baird (2), Wallace, Gayton and Johnson scored for Old Boys as they won away from home in a reversed fixture, with Cooper netting a consolation for Broadway.
Eckington took the local bragging rights over hosts Defford/Besford United as goals from McDonald and Carter earned a 2-1 win despite Defford scoring through Mountain.
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