FORMER Worcester City winger James Baldwin scored twice as McDonald's Worcester and District League Sunday Premier Division leaders Perrywood won 6-0 at FC Korono.

Chris Conway and Kirk Layton were also among the scorers as Wood started the season with three victories in a row.

Reigning champions Callow End powered to an 8-0 success at Worcester Athletic and second-placed Vue Bar won 4-1 at Fernhill Heath Athletic.

Unbeaten Droitwich Spa Eagles lead Division One after a 4-2 win at Droitwich Spa BGFC Rovers thanks to Connor Shepheard (2), Adam Rea and Adam Ellis.

Brad Morton bagged a hat-trick as second-placed Express Falcons triumphed 7-2 at Eaton with Matt Bannister, Josh Beckett, Tom Fairclough and Tom Jackson also on target.

The Bell in third won 3-2 at FC United of Worcester Seconds through Louis McDonald (2) and Ryan Berrey.

Colwall Wanderers slipped up with a 1-0 loss at Northside.

New Dales top Division Two after crushing previously-unbeaten Powick 8-0 through Rio Janic (3), George Corbett, Joe Corbett, Rikki Halion, Jack Martin and Idris Agboola.

Second-placed Droitwich Spa Rangers won 5-0 at Lower Teme and Martley Athletic as Callum Hanson (2), Brad Upton, Mitch Watton and Tim Parkinson-Allsopp netted.

High-flying Worcester City Wanderers saw off hosts New Inn FC Claines 4-0 and Colwall St James eased out Droitwich Spa BGFC United 3-0 with Jon Leary, Ahmed Naser and Scott Russell Smith scoring.

Hornets thrashed Kempsey United 5-1 with Adam Izod (3), Jon Speak and Andy Woodward on target.

Early Division Three pace-setters Hawthorns Athletic drew 3-3 at Malvern Radar with Damien Hill, Luke Hill and Tom Hill scoring.

Lewis Doyle (2) and Sam Harris replied.

Ben Cartmell, James Day, Harry Lewis and Brandon Tierney guided second-placed Worcester Saints to a 4-2 home win over Eaton Rovers.

Gruppo Select in third edged out Lower Teme and Martley Reserves 3-2 through Alin Gorovei, Florin Lazar and Carlucio Petrica with Reece Westwood pulling a goal back.

Kieran Adams gave Lower Teme and Martley Rovers a 1-0 home victory over Droitwich Spa Eagles Reserves who had Darren Hinton sent off.

Frederick Harrison, George Loader and Kye Harper netted in Swan Swifts' 3-2 success at Riflemans.