IN-FORM Perrywood swept into the second round of the FA Sunday Cup with a 5-0 thrashing of Waggon and Horses.

Ashley Bloore, James Baldwin, Barry Hughes, Kirk Layton and James McKee were all on target for the away side at Bewdley Town's Ribbesford Meadow.

The result extends Perrywood's winning run to five in all competitions as they currently lead the McDonald’s Worcester and District Football League Premier Division.

Perrywood have also conceded just one goal this season.

But there was disappointment in the national cup competition for Callow End who were defeated 4-3 to Bristol club Sportsman at Pershore Town's Community Stadium.

Callow End made history last year when they became the first Worcester Sunday league outfit to compete in the FA Sunday Cup.

FC United of Worcester claimed their first win of the McDonald’s Worcester and District Football League Premier Division season with a 4-2 victory at FC Malvern.

Ex-Worcester City striker Joe Bates got on the scoresheet along with Jack Dorey, Vladimirs Formanickis and Margiris Purtulis.

Lewis Yardley bagged a brace and Andrew Dashfield grabbed the other in Pillar FC’s 3-1 triumph at Worcester Athletic.

Colwall extended their league at the top of Division One to four points with a thrilling 5-4 win at Lower Teme and Martley.

Lewis Hill scored four of Malvern Vale FC’s six goal as they hammered FC United of Worcester seconds at Hallow Playing Fields.

Tom Daccus’ strike was enough for Droitwich Spa Rangers to claim a narrow win at Colwall St James that keeps them at the summit of Division Two.

Hornets remain just one point behind the leaders thanks to a 7-0 thrashing of New Inn FC Claines.

Adam Izod cracked a hat-trick with Ashley Mace, Matthew Webb, Andrew Woodward and Jon Whittall also on target for the visitors.

A brace from Joshua Edwards guided Kempsey United FC to a 4-2 victory over Droitwich Spa BGFC United. Hawthorns Athletic continue to lead the way in Division Three courtesy of a 5-0 win at bottom club Lower Teme and Martley Reserves.

Toby Attwood struck twice while there were also goals for Kristian Bottrell, Luke Hill and Lee King.

Eaton Rovers claimed a point from a six-goal thriller at third-place Lower Teme and Martley Rovers while there were 1-0 home wins for Riflemans FC and Swan Swifts against Worcester Saints and Droitwich Spa Eagles Reserves respectively.


Worcestershire FA Sunday Junior Cup first round: PT Eagles 3-1 SO Goose.

Worcestershire FA Sunday Minor Cup first round: Easemore United 2-3 Gruppo Select.

Worcester Nursing Junior Cup: Clifton Rovers 0-5 Vue Bar; Droitwich Spa BGFC Rovers 1-1 (4-2 pen) Droitwich Spa Eagles; Eaton 2-4 Hizza United; Express Falcons 0-4 Winyates; FC Korono 3-3 (2-3 pen) The Bell; Fernhill Heath Athletic - Quinton Athletic (home walkover); Northside 2-3 Solihull Moors.

Worcester Nursing Minor Cup: Bromsgrove Partisans 2-3 Powick; Malvern Radar 1-1 (0-3 pen) West Heath Allstars; New Dales 7-0 Perrywood Reserves; Rubery Legends 2-1 Worcester City Wanderers.