MANAGER Ant Layton got on the scoresheet as his Perrywood side began their defence of McDonald's Worcester and District League’s Baylis Cup with a 4-0 success at Clifton Rovers.

Layton made a rare substitute appearance before joining the party of scorers that included Ben Harbourne, Zaqib Hussain and Shaquille Tulloch.

Goals from Tom Groves and James Hodgetts were not enough for FC Korono as they crashed out to Premier Division outfit St Johns 5-2.

Fernhill Heath Athletic booked their place in the next round thanks to strikes from Luke Molloy and Lee Barmby in a 2-1 win at Colwall St James.

The final Baylis Cup tie was an all Division One affair in which Drakes Broughton narrowly saw off high-flying FC United of Worcester 2-1.

In the Southam Trophy Powick put aside last week’s title challenging defeat to smash Worcester Saints 9-0.

Damien Hill and Leon Roberts both scored hat-tricks and Joe Spence added a double off the bench.

Hornets' fine run of form continued as they hammered visiting Perrywood Reserves 5-0 which included a brace apiece for Jon Speak and Frederick Harrison.

New Dales are safely through courtesy of goals from Nathan Bullock, Jack Martin and Rik Halion who helped them beat Worcester Saints Reserves 3-0.

Blackpole Sports won 3-2 at Lower Teme and Martley whose reserve team notched a 3-1 triumph over Droitwich Spa Eagles.

Grosvenor Sports’ interest in the trophy was ended as they were seen off 3-1 by Division Two leaders Colwall Wanderers.

An Alex Scullion double was not enough for Malvern Radar who went down 3-2 to hosts Rifleman while Kempsey United were beaten 4-2 by Periswell Colts.

Droitwich Spa BGFC Town triumphed on penalties after playing out a 1-1 draw with Worcester City Wanderers.

The only game in the Premier Division saw table-toppers Oak Apple come from 2-1 behind at half-time to comfortably beat Worcester Athletic 5-2.

Charliegg Joyner (2), Jack Davies, Joey Haines and Elliot King were all on the scoresheet for the visitors.

The win extended Oak Apples lead to six points over second place Callow End who have three games in-hand.

In Division One, Malvern Vale had the chance to increase their lead over Express Falcons to 10 points.

But that chance was not taken as goals from Matthew Bannister, Nathan Henton, Brad Mortonall and Matthew Heywood ensured a 4-2 Express victory.

Aaron Richards and Curtis Williams were both on target for Vale, while Blake Bishop was shown red.

Meanwhile, Pillar maintained their lead at the top of Division One with a 3-0 win over PT Eagles.