DIVISION Three side Dragons created a shock in the Evesham Mechanical Services Knockout Cup first round.

They beat Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday League Division Two outfit Stour Excelsior 4-2.

Dion Mayhew, Scott Danby, Saidul Islam and Alex Lane scored for Dragons with Dale Sipson and Josh Gibbs on target for Stour.

League newcomers Drakes Broughton took the scalp of top-flight Mickleton Rangers on penalties after the teams drew 4-4.

Last season’s beaten finalists Strawberry Field United won a high-scoring encounter with Alderton 8-4.

Connor Sherry (4), Matt Magee (2), Robbie Hands and Craig Colston scored for the Evesham team with Ian Dawson (2), Nick Charlton and Matthew Greaves replying.

Bretforton Old Boys were made to work hard before defeating Cropthorne 2-1.

Ryan Griffin scored for Cropthorne with Jamie Clarke and Ryan Reeves netting for Old Boys.

Bretforton Sports Club comfortably progressed against Bredon 6-0 with goals from George Kirby (2), Ryan Cantrill (2), Will Gayton and Mike Jennings.

Luke Woodfield (3) and Harry Quirke (2) were among the scorers for TDMS Harvington as they won the top division tie with New Inn Pershore 7-2.

Offenham Rovers hit five without reply against Broadway Utd thanks to Stuart Davies (2), Radu Nicolaita (2) and Tom Allcock.

Inkberrow defeated Ashton 88 6-0 with goals from Kieran Sheen (2), Alex Griffiths, Steve McManus, Tom Emblem and James Firkin.

A Steve Thompson treble helped Ashton 88 Reserves defeat Pebworth 5-3.

Matt Barbor netted twice for Stratford HGC in a 5-3 win at Vale United with Paul Law scoring twice in reply.

Stour Excelsior Reserves progressed with a 6-1 victory over Bengeworth through Dan Savage (2), Nick Shurmer, Andy Coyne, Pat Featherstone and Hubert Otrzasek.

Two more ties were settled on penalties.

TDMS Evesham defeated Titans after the sides drew 1-1.

Fladbury beat Harvington Harriers on spot-kicks after a 2-2 tie.

Adam Ayres and Rhys Warner scored for Harriers with Max Ferriday and Will Green on target for Fladbury.

Alderman United remain undefeated in Division Three, seeing off Fortis 7-2.

Among the Tewkesbury side's scorers was former Evesham United player Lorcan Sheehan.

In Saturday football, Inkberrow are fourth in Midland League Division Three after a 3-3 draw at Central Ajax with Nathan Davies (2) and Ben Thomas on target.

Shipston Excelsior lost 4-2 at home to Lane Head in the Les James Challenge Cup with Edward Caswell and Scott Smith scoring.

FC Wickhamford lost 2-1 at GSH United in Stratford Alliance Division One with Louis Brown scoring.

Bretforton Old Boys went down 3-1 at Inkberrow Academy in Division Two.

Tim Lees, Kian Wigley and Tom Emblem netted for the hosts.

A Jamie Haines hat-trick guided Shipston Excelsior Colts to a 3-1 win at Shottery United.

Chris Coe, James Coe and Adam Foskett helped Shipston Excelsior Reserves to a 3-0 triumph at Tysoe United.