BIRDSEYE Sports Evesham Sunday League newcomers Fairfield recorded their first win by thrashing Pebworth in the Bluck Cup.
Haycock (3), Vann (2), McCall, Williams and Palmer scored in the 8-1 success, while Ambi Allsports also won their first match, defeating Stratford United 5-2 thanks to Marks, Perry, Johnson, Sullivan and Jackson.
Sun Inn upset Badsey Recreation 4-2 with Will Major hitting a hat-trick for the Winchcombe side.
Goals from Greenwood (3), Beach (2) and Davies saw Alcester Town through 6-0 at the expense of Salford Priors.
Ashton won 7-2 at Vale Wanderers with goals from White (4), Begley, Shoots and Benardo, while Gould and Hall replied.
Offenham Rovers defeated Pershore High Old Boys in a penalty shoot-out after the two sides shared 10 goals.
Tustin and Burrows scored twice for Rovers.
Gary Dyke netted twice as Gardeners Arms came from behind to defeat Bengeworth 3-2, while Broadway United Reserves edged out Campden and Ebrington United.
In Division One, Broadway United maintained their good form with a five-goal win over Mickleton Rangers with Magee (3) and Craig on the scoresheet.
A Chris Mills double gave Honeybourne Gate Inn the points at Evesham WMC, while Pinvin United won 3-0 at Eckington through Bulford, Lamb and Bellamy.
Bretforton Old Boys reached the Evesham Mechanical Services Knock-out Cup third round with a 5-2 victory at Defford/Besford United as Baird notched a treble.
Bear continued their impressive start in Division Two with a four-goal win over Cider Mill thanks to Davies (2), Smith and Keen.
Doubles from Welsby and Godson helped Stour Excelsior defeat WMK 5-3 and Brain scored all the goals for Fladbury Athletic in a 4-2 win over Lenches Lions who replied through Evans and Burtenshaw.
Alderton hit nine without reply at Apperley/Tewkesbury Dynamos with Matt Greaves hitting five.
AC Olympia had an excellent 4-3 win at Bredon with Gill (2), Clayton and Quemby scoring. Carroll, Purser and Denton hit back with their side’s goals.
Cheltenham Saints defeated Tesco United 2-1 with Gibbs and Hope on target, while Williams replied.
Dragons ended Elmley Castle’s perfect start in Division Four, coming from behind to win 5-3 with goals from M Mullins, L Mullins, Whitfield, Wicks and Gisbourne.
Elmley scored through Bate, Smith and Cook.
Tewkesbury Town won 6-2 at Ecosamba in the Gloucestershire FA Sunday Minor Cup.