THE shooting star in the McDonald’s Worcester and District Sunday League was Adrian Lewis.
He netted six times as Powick Reserves thrashed Colwall Village 10-2 in Division Three.
Sam Harris and Jack Munslow gave Malvern side Foresters Arms a 2-1 win at Hylton Road Rovers.
Brewers Athletic claimed the division title with a 100 per cent record.
Simon Lock and John Wade bagged braces in their 7-3 success at Cutnall Green, which was their 22nd successive victory.
Metro defeated Worcester City Wanderers 8-2 with Tom Baker, Roy Hannay and Neil Grubb all scoring twice.
Division Two champions Worcester Raiders completed their programme with an 11-7 win over the University of Worcester as Ryan Edwards hit a hat-trick.
Malvern Victoria won 3-0 against Hornets with goals from Nick Lancett, Phil Homewood and Stacey Brimmell.
In Division Five, St Peters won 8-4 at Riverside as Joe Morrall and Ed Jukes cracked hat-tricks for Saints and Jack Green notched a double for Riverside.
Other doubles came from Dan Gates of GDL Athletic ‘A’, who lost 5-3 at Five Fathers, and Shane Smith in Worcester Rileys’ 4-3 win at Hallow Reserves.
Clifton Rovers clinched the Sunday Division Four title with a 4-1 win at Old Vigornians.
Simon Mountjoy scored twice with Liam Bennington and Joe Bruce also on the scoresheet.
Pillar of Salt Korono took the runners-up position after a 1-0 victory over Droitwich RBL.
WCT Raiders added two more cups to their trophy cabinet against Malvern opposition.
In the Nursing Sunday Junior Cup at the Langland Stadium, Jamie Insall grabbed a first-half hat-trick in a 6-2 win over Malvern Radar. Joel Hobbs, Martin Newman and Andy Bullock also scored with Louis Loader and Ricky Buckland replying.
WCT also won the Martley Cup as Tom Hobbs fired a treble and Craig Selby a double as they crushed Malvern Town Reserves 8-1.
In the Saturday Division, WCT won a free-scoring game 9-8 at Malvern Vale.
Hobbs netted four times for WCT with Dean Sibthorpe hitting a hat-trick for Vale.