AMAZING drone shots have captured the action at the first-ever Worcester derby.

Worcester City FC beat Worcester Raiders FC 1-0 on a record-breaking night which saw over 2,400 supporters attend the match.

Pictures and videos were captured by Ryan Porter, of Fresh Perspective, who was outside the Sixways Stadium.

The footage shows the fans on either side of the pitch watching on as the drone glides towards the stadium, and also some footage from the match itself.

Mr Porter, of Worcester, said: "It was a huge event for the city so I decided to take a trip down to the stadium with my seven-year-old son to take these pictures together.

"You cannot fly over the crowds so I stood far back from the stadium and flew the drone high to grab the shots and footage.

"I am licensed by the Civil Aviation Authority and have been practicing drone photography as a hobby for the last 18 months. I am now looking to start doing some more professional work as well."

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It was the first time these two city rivals had met in a competitive fixture, and given both sides are up there with the favourites for the Hellenic League Premier title this season, that gave it added significance. 

In just four minutes, City winger Lockett picked up the ball on the turn, around 40 yards from goal, and drove forward before unleashing a fierce drive at goal.

Raiders' keeper Ryan Young seemed to lose the flight of it in the air and the ball dipped over his head and into the back of the net, sending the support in the East Stand into a frenzy of limbs.

Matters worsened for the home side as striker Shay Willock was forced off with an early injury, it was the worst possible start for Karl Gormley's men.

From then on it was a cagey affair. City controlled the ball and the tempo, whilst Raiders sat off. But the hosts carried very little threat on the counter and generally struggled to give Rich Smith any sort of support up top.