EVESHAM WMC reached the Evesham Mechanical Services Knockout Cup final with a 3-0 victory over fellow Division One side Offenham Rovers.

Goals from Elliott Grady (2) and Sam Ford saw the four-time winners through to the final.

In the Worcestershire FA Sunday Junior Cup, New Inn Pershore were well beaten by FC United of Worcester 4-0.

The quarter-final between Station Inn and Bretforton Sports Club was postponed and will be played this Sunday.

The Minor Cup saw Dragons reach the last eight with a 5-1 win over Pebworth thanks to Adam Hinchcliffe (2), Alex Lane (2) and Saidul Islam.

Holders Cropthorne crashed out to Strawberry Field United 4-1.

Connor Sherry (2), Kurtis Pay and Jake Maisey scored for United with Aron Letteresse replying.

TDMS Harvington, finalists two years ago, won at Bredon 6-2 with goals from Alex Gretton (2), Harry Quirke, Luke Woodfield, Jack Philpott and Carl Wallace.

Ashton 88 and Ambi Allsports were knocked out by Peacock Wanderers 5-1 and Stoke Prior 3-2 respectively.

Bretforton Old Boys took another step towards retaining the Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday League Division One title with a resounding 12-0 win over Tewkesbury Town.

The goals came from Jamie Clarke (4), Sam Beddoes (2), Tom Leonard (2), George Davis, Ryan Reeves, Luke Richardson and James Schembri.

Tom Emblem and Sam Steele helped Inkberrow win 2-1 at Stour Excelsior while Broadway United and Mickleton Rangers shared the spoils 1-1.

Brandon Parker scored for Broadway and Alfie Barnes replied for Rangers.

Alderton increased their lead at the top of Division Two with a comfortable 7-1 win at Fortis.

Lee Bowles (3), Matt Greaves 93) and George Smith scored for the village side with Ashleigh Booth on target for Fortis.

In Division Three, Vale United earned the local bragging rights with a convincing 8-1 win over Bengeworth.

Trebles from Graham Westmacott and Paul Law alongside goals from Keiren White and James Wallace saw Vale home.

Promotion-chasing Stour Excelsior Reserves won 3-0 at Fairfield Titans through Nick Walker, Sam Johnson and Ash Cartwright.