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Bredon's survival bid receives boost
9:30am Saturday 23rd February 2013 in Sport
BREDON eased their Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday League Division Two relegation worries with a fine 5-2 win over Cheltenham Saints.
They hit first-half goals through Cother (2), Carroll and Shepherd before a further strike from Hayward sealed victory.
Clayton and Wright earned AC Olympia three points at promotion rivals Fladbury Athletic, while Charman and Williams were on target for Tesco United in a 2-1 win over Alderton.
Stour Excelsior and Lenches Lions shared eight goals with Jack Murphy netting twice for the Shipston side.
Division Three leaders Pershore High Old Boys defeated Ecosamba 3-0 to stretch their lead while their nearest rivals were on cup duty.
White (2) and James scored for improving Ashton as they defeated Ambassador 3-0 and Badsey Recreation won 2-1 at Broadway United Reserves thanks to Attwood and Trotman.
Liam Scrivens hit three for Fairfield but could not stop his side falling to an 8-4 defeat at Gardeners Arms as the hosts replied through Dyke (3), Dyer (2), Hutton, Malin and Andrews.
Will Major struck twice for Sun Inn as the Winchcombe side defeated Stour Excelsior Reserves 3-1 in Division Four.
Pebworth overcame Ambi Allsports 3-1 with goals from Cooke, Sprigg and Mallory and a Lane double earned Bengeworth the points against Stratford United.
Tewkesbury Town and Offenham Rovers recorded resounding wins to reach the Bluck Cup last four.
Town thumped Dragons 11- 2 with Jake Petitt and Scott Jordan netting four goals and Rovers hit 12 without reply against Alcester Town with Hall and Cox hitting hat-tricks.
A second-half Lee Barton goal gave Defford/Besford United a 1-0 Division One win over Bretforton Old Boys to throw the title race wide open.
Eckington qualified for the Barry Brotherton Cup semifinals as Nathan Gill and Jack Bostock scored against Pinvin United with Bellamy replying late on.
Broadway United won 4-1 at Mickleton Rangers with Magee (2), Hawkins and Jeffs on target.