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By Liam Moakes Monday 10 December 2012 Updated: 10/12 17:25
AMBI ALLSPORTS, currently struggling in Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday League Division Four, came from behind at Stour Excelsior Reserves to reach the last eight of the Bluck Cup.
Allsports scored through Sullivan (3) and Ebanks and Stour netted through Billing, Montgomery and Shurmer as the visitors won 4-3.
A goal from veteran Mick Badham put Ambassador through 1-0 at the expense of hosts Ashton and doubles from Tarling and Driscoll saw Tewkesbury Town come from two down to defeat visitors Anchor Harriers 5-4.
Nick Burrows' double saw Offenham Rovers progress 2-0 at Elmley Castle, whilst Dragons edged out visitors Sun Inn 6-5 in a thriller.
Alcester Town defeated FC Fairfield 3-2 with goals from Lambert, Richardson and Quirke, whilst McCall scored twice for visitors Fairfield.
Holders Bretforton Old Boys reached the last eight of the Evesham Mechanical Services KO Cup with a 5-0 home win over Badsey Recreation as Gayton (2), Johns (2) and Gilbert scored the goals, whilst a second half Phil Davies penalty put Bear through 1-0 at AC Olympia.
Goals from Layton (2) and Brookes helped Honeybourne Gate Inn account for visitors Eckington 3-0.
In Division One, Pinvin United took the local honours at Defford/Besford United thanks to goals from Bulford (3), Bellamy (3) and Upfield which inspired a 7-2 success, with Defford replying with goals from Lawson and Rogers.
Evesham WMC hit four without reply against visitors Mickleton Rangers as Iorns, White, Rowley and Richardson all found the net.
The league's interest in the WFA Sunday Junior Cup ended as Broadway United lost 4-2 at Redditch-based CBH Fasteners in the third round.
Ashley Mitchell struck twice for hosts Alderton as they defeated local rivals Bredon, who scored through Diamond, 2-1 in Division Two.
Dunsbee hit all four goals for Stour Excelsior as the Shipston side came from two down to win 4-2 at Cider Mill, for whom Jeffrey and Scott scored.
Hope (2) and Gibbs scored for Cheltenham Saints to dent Fladbury Athletic's promotion hopes as the visitors went down 3-2, whilst WMK won 3-2 at Lenches Lions with goals from Sklennar, Keating and Barnfield and Lions' goals came from Evans and Booth.
Division Three leaders Pershore High Old Boys were held 3-3 at Broadway United Reserves as Francis, Corr and Reading scored for Broadway and Old Boys netted through Jones, Critcher and Worthington.
Lennox hit a treble for Ecosamba at Gardeners Arms but it proved to be to no avail as the home side won 4-3 with goals from Huckvale, Hutton, Beasley and Malin.
In Division Four, Bengeworth hit eight without reply against Campden/Ebrington United as Lane (3), Cook, Herbert, Dee, Mason and Pilling all registered.
Vale Wanderers won 2-0 at Pebworth with goals from Middleton and Foxall.
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