ASHTON 88 continue to lead Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday League Division Two.

A Jonathan Cother goal was enough to secure the points against Cropthorne 1-0.

Stour Excelsior are second following a narrow 3-2 win at Drakes Broughton Rangers.

Oscar Hair, Ed Caswell and Jamie Vadasz scored for the Shipston side with Bill Hemming and Andrew Ward on target for Rangers.

Strawberry Field United are third, recording a comfortable 9-2 win over Pebworth with goals from Craig Colston (3), Ashton Welland (2), Connor Sherry, Matt Magee, Mark Magee and Jake Maisey.

TDMS Evesham moved off the bottom with a 2-1 victory at Stratford HGC.

Morgan Ballinger and Tom Dixon scored for the academy side with Chris Dolce on target for Stratford.

The overnight frost caused several postponements.

One game survived the weather in Division Three.

Vale United and Ashton 88 Reserves shared six goals.

Matt O’Donovan, Paul Law and Lee Foxall scored for Vale with Andrew Cope (2) and Chris Davies replying for Ashton.

With Evesham WMC's game postponed, Bretforton Old Boys returned to the top of Division One.

They defeated New Inn Pershore 5-0 with goals from Jamie Clarke (2), Phil Davis (2) and Ryan Reeves.

Bretforton Sports Club kept up the pressure on the leaders with a convincing 7-1 win over Broadway United.

Will Gayton (3), George Kirby (2), Will Beach and Mike Jennings scored with Brandon Parker netting a consolation for Broadway.

Inkberrow are also in the title hunt as Greg Guy, Codie Walker, Tom Emblem and Kieron Sheen scored at TDMS Harvington in a 4-1 victory with Luke Woodfield replying.

Offenham Rovers and Mickleton Rangers shared six goals.

Rovers' goals came from Jake Hall, James Cresswell and Alex Trinder with Rangers netting through Josh Keen, Matt Tye and Alfie Barnes.