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Harriers reign over Castle for further joy
9:30am Saturday 8th December 2012 in Sport
ANCHOR Harriers continued their perfect start in Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday League Division Four as they beat Elmley Castle to make it eight wins from eight games.
Elmley led the top-of-thetable clash at the interval through Cotton but a secondhalf double from Crenan turned the game around and handed Harriers the points.
Elsewhere, Dragons kept themselves in contention behind the top two with a comfortable 11-0 win at Ambi Allsports. L Mullins (4), Sinden (3), M Mullins, Terry, Guoite and Gisbourne were all on target for the Dragons.
Stour Excelsior Reserves won 7-2 at Bengeworth with Dudfield and Mumford both netting doubles. Pershore High Old Boys moved to the top of Division Three with a 6-0 victory against Badsey Recreation through a Worthington hat-trick and further strikes from Johnson, Ridings and Andrews.
A White double saw Ashton pick up a 2-1 win at Broadway United Reserves, for whom Corr was on target.
It was a goal fest for Gardeners Arms as they thrashed Salford Priors 14-1, Gary Dyke (4), Beasley (2), McKenna (2) and Huckvale (2) among the goalscorers.
The match between Ambassador and Fairfield was abandoned at 1-1 after 50 minutes following an injury to an Ambassador player that required an ambulance to be called.
In Division Two, WMK were three up at home to Stour Excelsior with goals from Sklenaar (2) and Barnfield only for their opponents to hit back through Pratt (2) and Carr for a 3-3 draw.
Lenches Lions and Tesco United also shared six goals, Lions scoring through Davies (2) and Burtenshaw and Tesco replying with goals from Sutherland, Charman and Brotherton.
Bear reached the last 16 of the Worcestershire FA Sunday Minor Cup with a 3-0 success over Pockets, however, Bredon went out 5-3 at Brewers Athletic.
Eckington lost 3-2 on penalties in the Junior Cup against Areley Kings.
Pebworth recorded a 4-0 win at Ecosamba in the Pershore Hospital Minor Cup, while Offenham Rovers advanced with a 2-1 victory at Cidermill.