WORCESTER City lifted silverware for the first time since 2019 on Wednesday night as they romped to a 7-2 aggregate win in the Wiseman Lighting Floodlit Cup Final thanks to a 5-1 victory at Roman Glass St George.

Taking a 2-1 lead into the second-leg, two goals in the opening 20 minutes from Jordan Lymn and Calvin Dinsley put Chris Cornes' men in total control of the tie at 4-1 before an immediate response from Roman Glass' Charlie Saunders pegged City back.

But a dominant second-half sealed the title in style as Lymn fired home a second of the night to make it three before Liam Lockett and Izak Reid both found the back of the net to round-off a superb evening for the quadruple-chasing Worcester, who have now won 18 consecutive games in all competitions.

Worcester News: It was always going to be a tough ask for Roman Glass to beat City, let alone overturn a first-leg deficit.

And following a decent start, the visitors were soon into their stride and it was a lovely goal that opened their account for the evening. Logan Stoddart's ball into the right channel was taken on by Lockett and he cut the ball back to Lymn, who swept home first time off the far post.

And it was soon 2-0 as Dinsley powered home a header from Adam Mace's corner.

But 60 seconds later, Roman Glass pulled one back as a ball forward was headed back across goal and into the far corner by Saunders.

The rest of the first-half was end-to-end but there were no real chances of note as the game remained in the balance at the break.

City have been relentless in their search for glory this season, however, and they turned on the style after half-time and following a rapid counter-attack, winger Lockett carried the ball forward before laying it off to Lymn on his inside, who cut across the ball and placed a low shot past Elliot Jones to restore the two-goal advantage on the night.

That, ultimately, sealed the deal for the away side and at 5-2 up overall, the shackles were off and they began to dominate.

Kirk Layton somehow missed from a couple of yards and Lymn came incredibly close to completing a hat-trick as City chased more goals.

Winger Lockett had already registered a couple of assists and finally got the goal his play warranted 14 minutes from time as he came in off his left wing to score his 31st goal of the season.

Substitute Izak Reid then added the cherry on top of the cake with a neatly taken finish to make it five and complete another resounding victory.

Worcester News: Captain Adam Mace lifts the trophyCaptain Adam Mace lifts the trophy (Image: Newsquest)It sparked jubilant scenes post-match as players and fans celebrated their success.

One down, three to go?