A BROKEN collar bone led to the abandonment of a Baylis Cup quarter-final tie on Sunday.

Express Falcons player Josh Beckett suffered the injury during the last-eight showdown against Malvern Vale.

The fixture has been put back to Sunday with the winners set to face Worcester & District triple champions Callow End, 6-1 winners against Lower Teme & Martley at the weekend.

Dale Goddard (2), Ash Millard, George Aston, Stourport Swifts striker Nick McPherson and Ben Griffiths were among the goals as the seemingly-unstoppable giants push for more silverware.

Droitwich Spa BGFC Rovers are through to the semi-final of the Phipps Cup having beaten Grosvenor Sports 5-1 and Worcester City Wanderers joined them courtesy of a 2-1 victory at Droitwich Spa Eagles.

Perrywood remain on track for Premier Division runners-up spot after James Baldwin, Adam Pritchard and John Griffiths netted in a 4-1 success over Worcester Athletic.

A goal from Luke Molloy and a Matt Andrews brace ensured Fernhill Heath Athletic extended Oak Apple’s poor run of form with a 3-0 win. St Johns drew 2-2 at Clifton Rovers.

FC United of Worcester sit top of Division One after beating FC Korono 3-2.

Joe Bates, who recently returned to Worcester City in Saturday football, got two with a strike from Luke Tomkins helping to decide matters.

United’s rise to the top was aided by a surprise defeat for Pillar, who went down 3-1 to lowly Eaton.

An early Paula Anacleto free-kick and strikes from Nelson Teixeira and Josh Addison put Eaton three to the good before Pillar scored an injury-time consolation.

Colwall St James drew 2-2 with Drakes Broughton Rangers with Alex Bastable and Jack Dowdeswell scoring for Drakes.

Blackpole Sports move up to second in Division Two by beating GDL Athletic 3-1, while Worcester Saints put daylight between themselves and the foot of the table thanks to a 4-1 away win against Perdiswell FC Colts.

Kempsey Colts United moved up four places to fifth after two goals from Nathan Owen secured a 2-1 victory over Hornets. Lower Teme & Martley Athletic shared the spoils with Riflemans in a 1-1 draw.

Powick’s title challenge looks to be over as they were edged out 3-2 by leaders Droitwich Spa BGFC Town, but second-placed New Dales remain in hot pursuit after a more comfortable 3-0 win against Malvern Radar.

Dales still have two games in hand on the leaders and had Joe Corbett, Jack Martin and Sam Parsons to thank for providing the goals in their latest success.

Daniel Adams, Arron Hewitt and Adam Kilgallon all got on the scoresheet for Perrywood reserves but could not prevent a 4-3 defeat to their Worcester Saints counterparts.