STOURPORT Swifts became the first side to beat Worcester Raiders at Sixways in any competition this season as they progressed in the Worcestershire FA Senior Cup thanks to a comfortable 2-0 win on Wednesday.

Two goals in 12 second-half minutes proved the difference as Lee Chilton's close range finish and Ben Tilbury's stunning first-time strike sealed their progression into the quarter-finals of the competition.

Raiders were well below par and lacked urgency and struggled to create anything in the final third.

Having won all but one of their games at Sixways in all competitions, Raiders were beaten for the first time as Stourport's brilliant season continues

It had been an opening 45 minutes of very little in terms of goalmouth action, as an organised Stourport side controlled proceedings.

But despite getting into some good positions, they failed to really test Ryan Young in the Raiders goal.

Swifts came within inches of taking the lead shortly after the restart when Jim Hanson crashed a first-time volley onto the bar.

But it mattered not, as Swifts finally got the goal their performance warranted as striker Chilton reacted quickest to a loose ball in the Raiders box to thump home past Young.

Stourport rarely looked out of control throughout the cup tie and they doubled their advantage just after the hour mark as Tilbury's sublime first time shot flew into the top corner.