TWO games involving McDonald's Worcester and District League Sunday sides were abandoned at the weekend.

Express Falcons' Division One encounter with visitors Droitwich Spa BGFC Rovers ended on 60 minutes when the Lower Howsell Road pitch in Malvern was deemed unplayable.

And PT Eagles' Worcester Nursing Sunday Junior Cup home tie was abandoned when Hizza United's James Hands broke his leg.

In games completed Kirk Layton scored twice as Perrywood won 3-1 at Clifton Rovers in the Premier Division.

Ben Harbourne was also on target with James Quinn replying for Rovers.

Zaqib Hussain (4) and Ben Tilbury (2) helped top-flight Vue Bar get past hosts lower-ranked Northside 6-4 to reach the Baylis Cup semi-finals.

Lower Teme and Martley beat fellow high-fliers Droitwich Spa Eagles 1-0 in Division One.

Lewis Hill (2), Jake Churchill and Curtis Williams helped third-placed Malvern Vale past The Bell 4-3 with Elliot Brown, Matt Cole and Joe Wood replying.

Archie Gibbs hit a hat-trick with Rhys Turberfield also on target as FC United of Worcester Seconds saw off Eaton 5-3.

An Oliver Smith double helped Colwall St James win 2-1 in Division Two against Hornets who hit back through Jon Speak.

Division Three table-toppers Hawthorns Athletic cruised past Malvern Radar 12-0.

Damien Hill bagged six goals with Kristian Bottrell, Joe Haines, Luke Hill, Tom Hill, Harry Reuben and Aaron Sanders adding to the tally.

Second-placed Gruppo Select defeated Swan Swifts 2-1 while Luke Winsper and Matt Winsper scored in Riflemans' 2-2 draw at Perrywood Reserves.

New Dales beat Division Two leaders Kempsey United 3-1 in the Southam Trophy quarter-finals thanks to George Corbett, Rikki Halion and Rio Janic.

Ten-man Powick knocked out Droitwich Spa BGFC United 2-1 in the second round with a Martin Fowler double although Bree Roberts was sent off.

Droitwich Spa Eagles Reserves progressed on penalties 4-3 at Worcester Saints following a 3-3 draw in the last eight.

Jordan Bridges, James Day and Harry Lewis netted for Saints with Henry Davis and Andy Harvey among those replying.