THERE was no separating Pershore Town and Worcester Raiders as the county rivals drew 2-2 in the West Midlands League for the second time this season.

After earning a Premier Division point each back in September the result was the same at Pershore's Community Stadium on Saturday.

Dan Noke fired Town ahead on 25 minutes but Raiders looked like claiming the win with goals from ex-Kidderminster Harriers forward Ryan Rowe on 65 and Zaq Hussain on 71.

Pershore were not finished though with substitute James Unwin's last-minute strike securing the draw in front of a bumper crowd of 263.

Raiders were denied more goals and remain four points below eighth-placed Pershore in 12th position but with two games in hand.

The league home games for Bewdley Town and Littleton as well as for Droitwich Spa in Division One and Worcester Raiders Reserves in Division Two were all postponed due to the state of the pitches.

But Bromyard Town won 4-1 at Team Dudley in Division One thanks to Matt Middleton (2), Casey Collins and Ryan Derrick.

Worcester City's Midland League Premier Division home fixture with Sporting Khalsa was also called off due to the pitch conditions at Bromsgrove's Victoria Ground.

Stourport Swifts fell back to sixth with a 3-0 defeat at Romulus.

Inkberrow went up to second in Division Three with a 2-0 win at WLV Sport through a George Thomas brace.

Welland won 3-1 at FC Shush while Upton Town's clash with AFC Solihull was postponed.