Pinvin and District League

THE three competitions that are currently receiving the undivided attention of the teams are now coming to their final stages.

The Harwood Cup, sponsored by Rick White, has now rea-ched the semi-final stage with Bell (Ecki-ngton), Masons (Wad-borough), Pershore WMC and Chequers (Crowle) winning through.

Pershore WMC lead the field in The Cooper Cup, and remain unbeaten, but they can't afford to take things easy with five teams hard on their heels.

Pinvin RBL found themselves knocked off top spot in the league by The Bell but they still remain favourites.

Chequers have catapulted themselves into contention, after a poor start to the season.

League table

P W L F A Pts

Bell 12 8 4 63 45 16

RBL Club 11 8 3 58 41 16

Swan 12 6 6 60 48 12

Pershore FC 11 6 5 51 48 12

Chequers 12 6 6 52 56 12

Masons 12 5 7 46 62 10

Old Chest Tree 10 5 5 42 48 8

Old Oak 10 4 6 43 47 8

Pershore WMC 12 4 8 44 64 8

Cooper Cup

P W L F A Pts

Pershore WMC 3 3 0 17 10 6

Pershore FC 4 2 2 21 15 4

Old Oak 4 2 2 20 16 4

Bell 3 2 1 15 12 4

Masons 3 2 1 15 12 4

Swan 3 2 1 13 14 4

Old Chest Tree 3 1 2 14 13 2

RBL Club 2 0 2 7 11 0

Chequers 3 0 3 7 20 0

Evesham and

District League

Results - Knockout Cup semi-finals: Hampton Club A 5, Norton Club 4; Badsey RBL 5, Queens Head (IC) 4. Final: Hampton A 6, Badsey RBL 3.

Consolation Cup semi-finals: Offenham RBL 5, Bretforton RBL 4; Ivy Inn 4, Rowing Club 5. Final: Rowing Club 5, Offenham RBL 4.