THE Bell moved closer to the top half of McDonald's Worcester and District League Sunday Division One with a 4-0 win at mid-table rivals Lower Teme and Martley.

Tai Brown, Carl Carson-Brown, Oscar Hooper and Louis Hughes scored in the clash at Broadwas Primary School.

Alexander Kolb netted as Droitwich Spa Eagles won the battle of the top two 1-0 at Colwall Wanderers.

Malvern Vale slipped up 3-1 at Droitwich Spa BGFC Rovers.

There were braces for Sebastian Douglas, Nathan Jones and Mitchell Yardley when PT Eagles thumped Northside 6-2.

High-flying Droitwich Spa Rangers powered to a 16-1 home win over Lower Teme and Martley Athletic in Division Two.

Kempsey United went top with a 5-1 victory at Worcester City Wanderers thanks to Shae McNally (2), Arron Finnegan, Joe Morrall and Oliver Bastock while Aaron Smith replied.

Division Three leaders Hawthorns Athletic saw off Lower Teme and Martley Rovers 3-0 with Kristian Bottrell, Joe Haines and Toby Attwood on target.

Second-placed Droitwich Spa Eagles Reserves beat Riflemans 2-1 through Connor Shepheard and Gavin Wood.

Worcester Saints romped home 5-0 at Lower Teme and Martley Reserves.

The county competitions continued with Vue Bar thrashing hosts Redditch Town 2015 11-0 in the Worcestershire FA Sunday Premier Cup third round.

Dylan Hart scored four and Kyle Taylor three with Simon Craddock, Zaqib Hussain, Kurtis Bolton and Luan Gashi netting.

Callow End also progressed on their travels with a 5-1 success at Namaste Tigers.

Nick MacPherson (3), Mark Owen and Jon Mann bagged the goals.

Fernhill Heath Athletic went out 3-2 at home to Green Man Inn.

Goals from Matthew Bannister and Patrick Lane could not guide Express Falcons past hosts Ashton 88 in a 3-2 Worcestershire FA Junior Cup third-round loss.

Rio Janic (2), George Corbett, Joe Corbett and David Michael Hadden steered New Dales past Broughsons 5-0.

Mark Bellamy notched a double for Hornets in their 4-2 home defeat to Pockets while Droitwich Spa BGFC United exited 2-0 at Hizza United.

Gruppo Select went through in the Worcestershire FA Minor Cup quarter-finals thanks to a 4-2 extra-time triumph at Harvington Harriers with Florin Lazar and Cristian Raileanu among the scorers.

There was penalty heartache for both Malvern Radar and Swan Swifts.

Ryan Scullion scored twice in Radar's 2-2 home draw with Cofton Old Boys who progressed 2-1 on spot-kicks.

Frederick Harrison and George Loader netted in Swifts' 2-2 scoreline against Cookley Sports Reserves before a 7-6 setback on penalties.