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By Liam Moakes Tuesday 29 January 2013 Updated: 30/01 16:40
FLADBURY ATHLETIC moved into fourth spot in Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday League Division Two by defeating second placed visitors Stour Excelsior 3-1.
Brain (2) and Tom Heath scored for Fladbury and the visitors netted through Pratt. With games in hand, Fladbury are now well set for a promotion push.
Tewkesbury side WMK moved into third place with a 3-1 home victory over Lenches Lions as Sklenaar (2) and Leary scored the goals, whilst Lions scored through Davies.
Tesco United recorded a 3-1 home win over Cheltenham Saints with goals from Dovey, Sutherland and Charman, with Twine on target for Saints.
Pershore High Old Boys head Division Three following a 9-0 thumping of third placed hosts Gardeners Arms.
Old Boys' goals came from Taylor (3), Ridings, Griffiths, Haines, Jones, Sheen and McGorrigan.
Offenham Rovers stay second after Hall's brace accounted for visitors Ambassador in a 2-0 success, whilst Alex Trotman scored twice for Badsey Recreation as they won 2-0 at FC Fairfield.
Ashton picked up valuable points by defeating visitors Salford Priors 4-1 with goals from Allison, Begley, Radford and White.
Broadway United look destined to qualify from Group A of the Barry Brotherton Cup following a 4-1 victory at Evesham WMC in which Richard Craig fired a hat-trick and Cooper added a further goal for Broadway, with Ford on the mark for the Workies.
In Group B Bretforton Old Boys opened their account with a 4-0 home win over Defford/Besford United as the goals came from Clarke (2), Dell and Brain.
Bear reached the last four of the WFA Sunday Minor Cup by coming from behind with three goals in the last five minutes to defeat visitors Powick Reserves 5-3.
Broadway United Reserves were defeated 4-1 at Wilden Village Reserves.
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