TEN-man Powick knocked New Dales out of the county cup in a dramatic clash of the McDonald’s Worcester and District League Sunday Division Three high-fliers.

Leon Roberts grabbed a double for the visitors to see them through in the Worcestershire FA Sunday Minor Cup tie despite Joe Spencer being controversially sent off for a challenge.

Neil Radburn pulled a goal back for Dales whose seven-game winning start to the campaign was ended by a Powick side who maintained their own unbeaten record.

An all-city tie also saw Worcester Saints Reserves progress by beating Eaton Reserves 5-1 but there were defeats for clubs against sides from other leagues.

Andy Nolan scored twice in Malvern Radar’s 3-2 defeat at Evesham’s Dragons.

FC United of Worcester led the way in the Worcestershire FA Sunday Junior Cup with a 6-2 win at Stourport side Mostyn Rangers.

Worcester City’s Joe Bates and Charlie Tomlinson bagged braces with Jack Dorey and Kristian Webb also on target.

Ben Ladds and Andrew Ward scored doubles alongside a strike from Henry Steade as Drakes Broughton Rangers triumphed 5-2 at Cookley Sports.

FC Korono went through on penalties 4-2 after drawing 2-2 at home to Harriers Arms from Kidderminster.

Kempsey Colts United also progressed on spot-kicks 5-4 after a 1-1 tie at league rivals GDL Athletic.

Reigning champions Callow End suffered a shock 3-0 defeat at lowly St Johns in the Sunday Premier Division.

Oak Apple went up to second with a 3-1 win at Clifton Rovers thanks to Tyler Attwood, Joey Haines and Euan Murray.

Leaders Fernhill Heath Athletic were held 0-0 at home by Northside while Worcester Athletic beat The Bell 2-1.

Droitwich side Pillar missed the opportunity to go top of Division One with a 1-1 draw against Malvern Vale.

Colwall St James moved off the bottom with a 4-1 beating of Eaton.

Division Two table-toppers Colwall Wanderers triumphed 2-1 at Worcester City Wanderers thanks to Joel Skyers and Lewis Williams.

Riflemans moved up to fourth with a 6-0 thrashing of Worcester Saints through Matt Winsper (2), Reece Elvins, Sebastian Parker, Mitchell Parrish and Josh Winsper.

Joshua Farnsworth hit a hat-trick as Grosvenor Sports saw off Lower Teme and Martley Reserves 6-1 in Division Three with Darren Palmer (2) and Craig Collins also on target.


Premier Division: Clifton Rovers 1 Oak Apple 3; Fernhill Heath Athletic 0 Northside 0; St Johns 3 Callow End 0; Worcester Athletic 2 The Bell 1.

Division One: Colwall St James 4 Eaton 1; Pillar 1 Malvern Vale 1.

Division Two: Hornets 1 Perdiswell FC Colts 3; Riflemans 6 Worcester Saints 0; Worcester City Wanderers 1 Colwall Wanderers 2.

Division Three: Droitwich Spa Eagles Reserves 3 Drakes Broughton Rangers Reserves 1; Grosvenor Sports 6 Lower Teme & Martley Reserves 1.

Worcester Nursing Minor Cup: AFC Norton 11 AFC Brickfields 0.

Worcestershire FA Sunday Junior Cup: Bretforton Old Boys 11 Lower Teme & Martley 1; Cofton Old Boys 5 PT Eagles 0; Cookley Sports 2 Drakes Broughton Rangers 5; Droitwich Spa BGFC Rovers 2 Bewdley Arches 3; Evesham WMC 7 Express Falcons 1; FC Korono 2 Harriers Arms 2 (Korono with 4-2 on penalties); FC Malvern 2 Bretforton Old Boys Sport 2 (Bretforton win 3-0 on penalties); GDL Athletic 1 Kempsey Colts United 1 (Kempsey win 5-4 on penalties); Lower Teme & Martley Athletic 0 Solihull Moors 4; Mostyn Rangers 2 FC United of Worcester 6; Redditch Borough Sunday 2 Droitwich Spa Eagles 0; South Birmingham P Blackpole Sports P.

Worcestershire FA Sunday Minor Cup: Bredon 6 Perrywood Reserves 1; Dragons 3 Malvern Radar 2; Droitwich Spa BGFC Town 2 Vale United 4; New Dales 1 Powick 2; Worcester Saints Reserves 5 Eaton Reserves 1.