MALVERN League leaders Bull Allstars certainly made their intentions clear after their home encounter versus Old Bush Willie Thornes resulted in a 20-1 win for the home side.

The first three minutes of this tie set the tone for the remainder of the game as Bull Allstars scored three times. Nick Matthews scored a consolation for the visitors who were always on the back foot.

Scorers for the Allstars were led by league's top scorer Jamie James (8), Mark Toman (5), David Zakotti (2), Neil Jones (2) and one each respectively for Mark Davies, Paul James and Jamie Gladwin.

Morgan Aero 8 moved up two places in the Malvern Football League on Sunday after their impressive 4-1 victory over Talbot Head.

Two League victories in concession sees the Malvern-based side into sixth position, although they took a while to get going on Sunday having conceded an early Mark Robinson goal for Talbot Head. Jamie Boswell brought the scores level for Morgan Aero 8, before a quick-fire hat-trick from striker Richard Bird gave Aero 8 the much-needed three points.

Bell Inn 98 continued their good form with a hard-earned win over Callow End Harriers at Dukes Meadow. Steve Hudson and Anthony Stock were the scorers for Harriers, but they were overtaken by Bell Inn 98 who remain fourth.

Kempsey United after two defeats in their last couple of games recorded a point at home to Fromes Hill in the absence of a few first team regulars. Steven Frear scored twice in the opening 45 minutes to take United in at half-time with the advantage.

In the second half Fromes Hill had Shaun Taylor to thank for reducing the deficit and then, with only minutes remaining, Taylor popped up to equalise for the visitors.

Interthornes found Brewery just to strong for them on Sunday as they inflicted their eleventh defeat of the season in as many games. Martin Haron did get on the scoresheet for Interthornes, but a brace from Mark Herbert and a goal a piece from Owen Meale, Glyn Cummings and Mark Davis ensured Brewery move up one place an into a credible fifth position with games in hand over the leading teams after this 5-1 victory.

In the WFA Sunday Minor Cup Round Three Club AC 30 lost for only the second time this season to a skilful Lower Moor United from the Evesham League. In fairness Club AC 30 just weren't in the game during the opening exchanges and they went two goals down in the opening 45 minutes.

Club AC 30 captain and arguably their best player on the day Jason Payton-Smith reduced the arrears in the opening stages of the second half to set up a comeback, but almost straight from the restart Lower Moor United wriggled their way through to restore their two goal advantage. From then on United went on to score another four times, with only a late goal from Club AC 30 to leave the final score 2-7.

In the Under 18s Youth Division, sponsored by the Soccer Site, Malvern Town continued their winning run with a 9-2 victory over rivals Welland on a rain-soaked afternoon. Twice Welland went in front but a hat-trick from skipper Michael Cole, a brace each from Mark Amott and Graham Thomas, with efforts from Dale Humphries and Joe Layton Town continue to lead the division.

Libbery Wanderers receive a bye into the next round of the WFA Sunday Youth (Under 18s) Cup after Penn Colts withdrew.

- The Malvern League has been devastated by the sudden death of its president Bob Cole on Tuesday.

Secretary Marvyn Amphlett said the thoughts of all connected with the league were for his family at this sad time.

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