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Minor Cup exit for Bear as Price strikes
7:30am Saturday 2nd March 2013 in Sport
BIRDSEYE Sports Evesham Sunday League Division Two title favourites Bear bowed out of the Worcestershire FA Minor Cup semi-finals.
Ben Price gave Worcester outfit Brewers Athletic a 1-0 victory in Evesham.
Meanwhile, for the first time since November, all scheduled league fixtures survived the weather, including the twice-postponed Express- Funding Mick Godwin Cup first-round tie between Tesco United and Pebworth.
Tesco won 5-1 thanks to goals from Meredith, Ford, Kerr, Holden and McCall.
Pinvin United reached the last eight with Bellamy (3) and Izod (2) scoring in a 5-3 victory over Fladbury Athletic, while Brain netted twice in reply.
Dragons beat Stratford United 3-0 with goals from L Mullins (2) and M Mullins.
Sun Inn won 2-1 at Bengeworth through Orzell and Steiger with Mather replying.
Bretforton Old Boys reached the Evesham Mechanical Services Knock-out Cup final with a 2-0 win at WMK.
A Jamie Clarke brace put the holders through to face Honeybourne Gate Inn.
Honeybourne beat Broadway United 5-2 in the Barry Brotherton Cup with Mills (2), Williams (2) and Sherry on target. Craig and Horsburgh pulled goals back.
Evesham WMC were held 2-2 at Mickleton Rangers with Collins and Keyte scoring for the hosts and Ford and Dixon countering.
Stour Excelsior moved to the top of Division Two with a 4-1 win over Bredon as Carr (2), Hince and Harris scored.
An Elliott double kept AC Olympia in the promotion picture with a 2-1 victory over Lenches Lions.
Stocks (2), Reid (2) and Mitchell helped Alderton overcome Cider Mill who replied through Jeffrey and Sadler.
The gap at the top of Division Three was closed.
Offenham Rovers hit six against Salford Priors as Burrows (2), Keen, Fisher, Cox and Trinder scored.
Tewkesbury Town won comfortably 6-1 at Fairfield with goals from Jordan (2), Petitt (2), Lewis and Driscoll.
Broadway United Reserves defeated Ambassador 2-1 thanks to Beck and McDonagh, while Keen replied.
Gary Dyke hit a treble for Gardeners Arms in a 3-1 triumph at Badsey Recreation.
In Division Four, Anchor Harriers hit 10 against Stour Excelsior Reserves with Heritage bagging four goals.
Elmley Castle overcame Vale Wanderers 7-2 with goals from Badger (2), Smaylen (2), Jinks, Bate and Cotton.