ROB Allen's first English League Men's Premier Two goal proved priceless as Stourport won 1-0 at Doncaster on Sunday.

Allen struck on 66 minutes to decide the match at ninth-placed Stourport's fellow strugglers who are now four points below them.

Fran Long saved a below-par Stourport Ladies Firsts' display as they drew 1-1 at home to Bretforton in a friendly.

Stourport could not take their chances in the first-half and Alissa Elford's drag flick was denied by a good save.

Bretforton struggled to make a breakthrough too but pushed forward in the second-half against a side suffering from not having played for a fortnight.

The hosts did take the lead through a well-worked short corner involving Jodie Vincent and Holly Lashford that was eventually finished off by Long at the far post.

Stourport kept up the pressure but Bretforton looked dangerous on the break and equalised after diverting a back-pass into the path of their forward who made no mistake.

Elford was again denied by the 'keeper in the later stages, as was Kate Bailey.

A good display by left-sided youngster Harriet Burns was a bright spot in a scrappy match.

Stourport return to league action when they travel to Arrowvale, Redditch, to take on Bromsgrove on Saturday.

Louise Bagnall, Alex Totney, Leanne Matthews and Rosie Connolly were on target as Stourport Seconds triumphed 4-0 at Kidderminster in a friendly.

Stourport went ahead on just two minutes through Totney from a short corner and they then put further pressure on their local rivals.

A failed clearance led to captain Bagnall neatly converting a penalty flick on 28 minutes and the visitors continued to run the show in the second-half with fine teamwork.

Matthews scored a superb third from open play on 41 minutes and Connolly finished off Beth Galamkay's cross soon after for a morale-boosting success.

Fixtures, Saturday: Bromsgrove v Stourport Ladies Firsts (11.30am), Seconds v Badsey (4pm), Thirds v Old Sils (2.30pm), Bromsgrove Thirds v Fourths (10am).