THE final home game of Worcester City's Midland Football League Premier Division campaign ended in rampant fashion as a Demetri Brown brace helped them to a dominant 5-0 win over Uttoxeter Town at Claines Lane.

The in-form striker Brown scored twice in the first-half to score his ninth and tenth goals since his return to the club just two months ago.

Having secured their place in the Midland Football League Premier Division last weekend, the pressure was off visitors Uttoxeter and it showed as City controlled the game from start to finish and Aaron Roberts, Reiss Taylor-Randle and an own goal completed the rout in the second-half.

The win means City finish their home campaign with 11 wins from their 18 home games and confirms a top four finish in the league table.

City started on the front foot and took an early lead after just five minutes as Ben Tilbury's precise through ball played Brown in inside the Uttoxeter box and the striker slotted home past Jack Tolley.

City were enjoying all the ball and playing some tidy football but they doubled their lead in rather scrappy fashion as Brown's weak goalward header deceived Tolley and bobbled over the line.

The hosts were in total control and Reiss Taylor-Randle had two great chances to reflect their dominance on the scoreline but his two headers both drifted wide of the mark.

Archie Muirhead impressed in the first 45 and within five minutes of the restart had two opportunities to get himself on the scoresheet but a curling effort and a snapshot from within the box both went wide.

The hosts went off the boil early on in the second period but Uttoxeter weren't able to threaten and only had a Henry Wallace half-chance to show for their efforts.

The third goal did come just after the hour mark as a Jamie Smith corner found a towering Aaron Roberts at the back post and the defender turned striker powered home back across goal and into the far corner.

Uttoxeter were looking for the final whistle from then on but the scoring was not finished there. 

Archie Muirhead saw a low cross turned into his own net by visiting skipper Doug Price to make it 4-0 before Taylor-Randle scored the fifth when he reacted quickest to Matti Klich's effort crashing back off the post to slam one home. 

A fitting end to the home campaign for those at Claines Lane on Monday, who once more came in their numbers to support the side.