WORCESTER CITY ended the season as centurions after they saw off Pershore Town in a 4-1 victory and lift the Hellenic Football League Premier Division title.

City had long wrapped up the league title, the team's first for 45 years, when they faced local rivals Town on the final day of the regular league season.

Chris Cornes' side went into the match knowing only a win would be enough for them to surpass the 100-point mark and end the campaign as centurions.

City dominated possession early on in the match and almost found the breakthrough when Elliott Hartley played in Kyle Belmonte only for his shot to be cleared off the line. 

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Jamie Insall's volley and Calvin Dinsley's header were City's best other remaining chances of the first-half but both sides went into half-time still level.

Just seven minutes into the second-half, City grabbed the lead when Dinsley cut the ball back to Belmonte who executed a low shot past the keeper.

Just 10 seconds later, City doubled their lead through a bizarre goal when the ball deflected off Belmonte and caught Town's keeper Josh Reed-Jones off his line.

But just as City were cruising, Pershore pulled a goal back with 20 minutes remaining through striker Dylan Parker.

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With an nervy ending in sight, Kyonn Evans eased City's worries when he smashed a left-footed shot into the bottom corner of the net to restore their two-goal lead.

The visitors virtually secured all three-points just a minute later when Dylan Hart was played through and slotted the ball past the keeper to make it four.

With victory sealed, City ended the campaign as centurions as they finish on 101 points from the 38-game season.

The team finally got their hands on the Hellenic Football League trophy, with City's players and staff celebrating their league title in a post-match presentation.