TDMS Harvington remain in the thick of a congested battle for the Evesham Sunday League Division Two title after an 8-1 bashing of Fortis.

Kodi Sallis, Daniel Kinnersley, Jack Hollins, Harry Quirke, Luke Woodfield, Jack Philpott, Carl Wallace and Jack Davies provided the goals to keep TDMS among those chasing the crown.

Charlton Fladbury took the derby bragging rights with a 4-0 victory over neighbours Cropthorne thanks to goals from Will Green (2), Sam Steel and Paul Withers.

Pebworth stayed top of Division Three following a 3-1 victory at Dragons.

Jake Edden, Tom Benfield and Adam Keen scored for Pebworth with Darren Wilsden providing the consolation for the home side.

Stour Excelsior reserves remain second after a Sam Johnson hat-trick allied to a Tom Grace double and Jack Murphy’s goal sealed a 6-2 win at Strawberry Field United. The hosts scored through Anthony Pratley and Daryl Ballard.

A Will Johns double helped Ambi Allsports to a 2-1 triumph at TDMS Evesham, while Ashton 88 stay very much in contention having thrashed Fairfield Titans 7-0.

Graham Begley, Adam Draper, Andy Cope, Leo Fleming, Adam Jenkins, Matthew Denney and Kieran James all got on the score sheet to heap on the misery for Fairfield who have yet to register a point this season.

Paul Dickson and Andy Drakes racked up trebles as Stratford HGC hit double figures in a 10-2 success at Bengeworth (2-10). Paul Law scored twice for the beleaguered hosts.

In Division One, Inkberrow smashed Tewkesbury Town 7-1 with Billy Coughlin (2), Codie Walker, Harry Coughlin, Tom Emblem, Kieron Sheen and Josh Walker on target for the village team.

Broadway United dropped further points having been held at home to Offenham Rovers.

Jason Horsburgh scored twice for Broadway but Rovers replied through Kays Sibanda and Charlie Szymanski to snaffle a 2-2 draw. New Inn Pershore comfortably won 5-1 at Mickleton Rangers.

Bretforton Old Boys were not in action but atill have a seemingly-unassailable 11-point lead at the top of Division One.

Hat-tricks were also in bountiful supply away from league action as Matt Greaves and Liam Pennell got three apiece in Alderton’s 6-0 win over Bredon in the last eight of the Bluck Cup.

In the Mick Godwin Cup, Bretforton Old Boys reserves moved into the last eight at the expense of Sun Inn.

Henry Woods (2), James Dovey, Adam Stanley and Ashleigh Booth scored in the 5-1 win with Jack Watts on target for Sun Inn.