WORCESTER City Wanderers secured silverware with a 2-0 victory over Droitwich Spa BGFC Rovers in the Phipps Cup final.

Tom Tandurella opened the scoring at Pershore Town before Daniel Broome added the second from the penalty spot.

The result also acted as a McDonald's Worcester and District League Sunday Division Two result, handing Wanderers a double.

Daniel Burdon and Frederick Harrison netted as Hornets lost 5-2 in the Worcester Nursing Minor Sunday Cup final to Broughsons at Malvern Town.

Premier Division champions Callow End finished their season with a third league defeat, going down 5-3 at Fernhill Heath Athletic.

Second-placed FC Malvern won 2-1 at leaders FC United of Worcester in Division One thanks to Zaqib Hussain and David Jones.

But United, who scored through Joe Bates, just need to avoid a heavy defeat in their final game at Malvern Vale on Sunday to secure the title.

Mid-table Vale saw off Eaton 3-1 thanks to Sean Smith (2) and Harry Wickett.

Blackpole Sports secured second in Division Two by thrashing GDL Athletic 9-2 with hat-tricks for George Corbett, Martin Fowler and Michael Jeffries.

Droitwich Spa Eagles won 5-3 at Perdiswell FC Colts with Ethan King (2), Jack Clutterbuck, Will Clutterbuck and Adam Ellis on target.

Callum Hanson (2) and James Parker helped Droitwich Spa BGFC Town beat Malvern Radar 3-0.

New Dales, who drew 2-2 at home to Powick in midweek, also need to avoid a big loss on the final day at home to Perrywood Reserves to ensure the title.


Premier Division: Fernhill Heath Athletic 5 Callow End 3.

Division One: FC United of Worcester 1 FC Malvern 2; Malvern Vale 3 Eaton 1.

Division Two: GDL Athletic 2 Blackpole Sports 9; Perdiswell FC Colts 3 Droitwich Spa Eagles 5; Droitwich Spa BGFC Rovers 0 Worcester City Wanderers 2; midweek: GDL Athletic 1 Kempsey Colts United 2.

Division Three: Droitwich Spa BGFC Town 3 Malvern Radar 0; midweek: New Dales 2 Powick 2.

Phipps Cup final: Worcester City Wanderers 2 Droitwich Spa BGFC Rovers 0 (at Pershore Town).

Worcester Nursing Sunday Minor Cup final: Hornets 2 Broughsons 5 (at Malvern Town).