EVESHAM United top scorer Lee Chilton has left the club to "spend more time with family".

The 16-goal forward was not involved on Saturday as the 10-man Robins drew a blank in a 0-0 home draw with Bristol Manor Farm in Southern League Division One South.

Chilton said on Twitter: "Just want to wish everyone at Evesham United all the best for the season.

"I want to spend more time with my family, been a hard one to call but it's the right one to make, thanks for all the support.

"I’m not quitting football, just going to play more local to me."

A strong wind impacted on Saturday's encounter at the Jubilee Stadium in front of 204 fans but it proved an entertaining goalless draw.

Keeper Lochlan Robertson earned the home man-of-the-match vote as he secured a clean sheet while Ben John also performed well at the other end.

Harry Franklin lobbed wide for Evesham but Robertson had to be smart to stop Lewis Leigh-Gilchrist's 20-yarder.

Four minutes from half-time Robins captain Danny Bragoli was sent off for a late tackle on Lloyd Mills.

But Robertson helped protect a point for 10-man Evesham who could have claimed all three on 65 minutes.

Substitute Kai Tonge was put through but John was equal to the challenge.

And Robertson was busiest in the late stages with saves from Ashley Kington, Mason Winter and Alan Griffin.

Ninth-placed Evesham are six points off the play-off zone.

Stourport Swifts won 3-0 against Racing Club Warwick in the Midland League Cup third round with goals from Jack Downing, Nathan Binner and Joe Billingham.

The game was held at Stourbridge with Swifts' Walshes Meadow hit by floods.

Redditch Borough lost 1-0 to fellow strugglers Bolehall Swifts in Division Two while Barnt Green Spartak were seen off 4-1 by Hampton.

Ben Thomas scored as Inkberrow fell 4-1 at home to Coventry Plumbing in a Division Three title blow and Upton Town drew 1-1 against Central Ajax with Ryan Shemwell scoring.

Welland booked a Worcestershire FA Saturday Junior Cup final with Feckenham with a 3-1 win over Kidderminster Harriers under 21s.

Alfie Bloomer, Ross Dempster and Dominic Strevens helped Fairfield Villa reach the Presidents Cup final with a 3-0 victory at Coventry Alvis.