BIRDSEYE Sports Evesham Sunday League champions Bretforton Old Boys suffered their first defeat of the season with a surprise 1-0 defeat to Inkberrow.

The visitors won the game with an Alex Bullock goal.

Bretforton Sports Club took advantage to close the gap at the top with a 6-0 win at Stour Excelsior.

Evesham WMC surrendered a three-goal lead at New Inn Pershore to draw 3-3.

Elliott Grady hit a hat-trick to put the Workies in command before the hosts fought back to earn a point with goals from Mark Bellamy, Kyle Ballard and Josh Smith.

Broadway United reached the last eight of the Evesham Mechanical Services KO Cup with a 2-0 victory over Fladbury through Will Aspey and Dave Cooper.

Badsey Recreation moved into fourth in Division Two with a 3-1 victory at TDMS Evesham through Dean Cox, Phil Davies and Dan Keen with Matthew Craig replying.

AFC Cheltenham hit five without reply at Fortis thanks to Noah Hurley (3) and Luke Hughes (2).

TDMS Harvington were held 2-2 by Pebworth. Harry Quirke and Luke Woodfield were on target for Harvington with Tom Benfield and George Mallory replying for Pebworth.

Division Three leaders Stratford HGC won comfortably 9-0 at Bengeworth while Vale United took the local honours 4-3 at Ambi Allsports.

Paul Law (2), James Wallace and Graham Westmacott netted for improving Vale with Ambi scoring through Max Tarry, Will Johns and Dan Hackling.

Promotion-chasing Ashton 88 and Stour Excelsior Reserves shared eight goals. Lewis Carter (2), Will Stevens and Adam Jenkins scored for Ashton and the Shipston side replied with goals from Sam Johnson (2), Jack Murphy and Nick Walker.

Struggling Bredon reached the last eight of the Bluck Cup with a 2-1 victory at Alcester Town thanks to Ben Hayward and David Huggins.

Cropthorne progressed at Fairfield Titans 4-0 with goals from Tom Boother (2), John Boother and Oliver Clayton.

Strawberry Field won through at Dragons 4-1 with Matt Magee and Craig Colston among their scorers.

Mickleton Rangers and Tewkesbury Town progressed in the Gloucestershire FA Sunday Premier Cup.

Rangers won their third penalty shootout of the season, this time against Leonard Stanley.

Town defeated Gloucester side AFC Renegades 4-1 and Alderton bowed out against Churchdown Parish 4-0.