DOMINANT Bretforton Old Boys picked up a historic fourth Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday League Division One trophy in a row.

It is the first time a club has achieved the feat in the competition, according to manager Darren Reeves.

The champions ended their campaign with a high-scoring 9-6 loss to third-placed Evesham WMC in a game with an end-of-season feel.

Sam Ford and Elliott Grady both hit four goals for the Workies while Robbie and Louis Sone scored twice for Old Boys.

Runners-up Inkberrow lost 3-1 at home to Broadway United.

Steve McManus scored for Inkberrow with Jason Horsburgh (2) and Harrison Parker on target for Broadway.

New Inn Pershore comfortably defeated relegated Tewkesbury Town 7-1 with goals from Dan Rushton (3), Kyle Ballard (2), Hayden Cory and Zack Brant.

On Sunday the Mick Godwin Cup final between New Inn and Inkberrow is at Evesham United's Jubilee Stadium (5pm).

Alderton are Division Two champions following a midweek win at Fladbury and defeating second-placed TDMS Harvington 4-3 at the weekend.

Harry Davies, Matt Greaves, Lee Bowles and Dan Bowles scored for the villagers with Luke Woodfield (2) and Luke Dallaway replying.

Despite the defeat Harvington have clinched promotion to the top flight.

It is a three-horse race in Division Three for the two promotion places.

Second-placed Stratford HGC shocked leaders Ashton 88 5-0 thanks to goals from Josh Barber (2), Dave Veitch (2) and Richard Hawkins.

Strawberry Field United, with games in hand, can still clinch promotion.

They won 4-1 at Alcester Town with goals from Connor Sherry (2), Rhys Giles and Craig Colston.

Dragons defeated Vale United 6-2 through Alex Lane (3), Max Danby (2) and Mike Emptage with Chris Ainsworth and Phil Young replying.