DRAGONS ended leaders Ashton 88’s unbeaten Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday League Division Three season with a 3-2 success.

First-half goals from Rob Burford, Alex Lane and Jack Pilling put Dragons in command.

Lewis Carter and Alfie Dawe reduced the deficit but an equaliser proved illusive.

Stratford HGC closed the gap at the top by beating Stour Excelsior Reserves 6-4.

Robert Rushton and Steven Visor earned Fairfield Titans the points against Bredon 2-0 for only their second win of the season.

Ambi Allsports defeated neighbours Bengeworth 3-1 thanks to Aiden Booth (2) and Colin Dawe with Ashley Aldington replying.

Vale United won 6-1 at Alcester Town through Paul Law (2), Ashton Welland (2), Kieron White and Graham Westmacott.

TDMS Harvington stay second in Division Two with a 5-2 victory at AFC Cheltenham thanks to Luke Woodfield (2), Jack Philpott, Carl Wallace and Harry Quirke with Shaun Howell and Brandon Sprason replying.

Cropthorne maintained their promotion hopes by defeating Badsey Recreation 5-1 with Tom Boother (2), Tom Barton, John Boother and Aron Letteresse on target.

Pebworth edged out TDMS Evesham 4-3 with goals from Tom Benfield (2), Matthew Rose and Lewis O’Loughlin.

TDMS scored through Lewis Horne, Josh Brotherton and Jack Howard-Nailor.

Bretforton Sports Club narrowed the gap at the top of Division One with a 5-1 win at Mickleton Rangers as Will Gayton (3), Matt Staley and Mike Jennings netted.

Broadway United produced their best performance for some time to defeat Inkberrow 3-1.

Wes Parker, Brandon Parker and Jason Horsburgh scored with Greg Guy replying.

New Inn Pershore won 3-1 at Stour Excelsior through Dan Rushton (2) and Kyle Ballard with Owen Clarke pulling one back.

Matthew Butler gave Tewkesbury Town a first-minute lead over Offenham Rovers and they led until the final minute when Bryn Tomes levelled.

Strawberry Field United reached the Bluck Cup final, defeating Alderton 6-5 on penalties after the teams drew 2-2.

Matt Greaves scored twice for Alderton while Connor Sherry and Jake Maisey replied.

It is United's first cup final in only their second full Sunday league season.

Manager Jack England said: "I'm overwhelmed how far this group of lads have come in such a short space of time. Their willingness and fight has got them to this final."