REIGNING McDonald’s Worcester and District Football League Sunday Premier Division champions Callow End are on course for a clean sweep of trophies at the halfway stage of the season.

They hold a 100 per cent record in their bid to retain the league title with only Hallow likely to spoil the party.

The long-time rivals meet in the quarter-finals of the Worcestershire FA Sunday Premier Cup and a further encounter in the semi-finals of the Baylis Cup is also on the cards.

Callow End’s success is undoubtedly based on the scoring feats of Nick MacPherson who has netted 20 goals in just 10 matches.

They have also reached the semi-finals of the Worcester Nursing Sunday Cup, which they won last year, where they will play Hawthorns from the Bromsgrove League.

At the other end of the Premier Division, FC Malvern are struggling to stay in the top flight with just one win from nine games.

On the last day of the 2016-17 season, Prince of Wales defeated Clifton Rovers to pip them to the Division Two crown.

History may well repeat itself in Division One this season as both clubs are handily placed for honours.

Also in the frame but very much outsiders are St Johns and Arrow who will both need to find top form and rely on the aforementioned to drop points.

Still seeking their first victory, Hallow Village appear to be doomed at the foot of the table with Worcester Athletic and Claines seemingly contesting the other relegation place.

Dan Parsons of Prince of Wales leads the chase for the divisional golden boot with Lewis Barson of Fernhill Heath Athletic and Josh Homans of Arrow just one behind him.

FC Korono are hot favourites for the Division Two crown, having won all their eight games.

Malvern Vale lie second but with games in hand Eaton would appear to be Korono’s nearest challengers.

There is a scramble to avoid relegation with just three points covering the bottom four.

Matt McClatchy of Worcester City Wanderers is the leading scorer with 11 goals.

Just one point separates Express Falcons and AFC Mazak at the top of Division Three.

Falcons won the first encounter between the two sides 4-3 after coming back from 3-1 down.

Jack Martin of Mazak and Josh Beckett of Falcons are the leading scorers of each club but they both trail Callum Morris of Lower Teme & Martley who has netted 11 league goals.

At the foot of the table, Powick are still seeking their first points of the season with Freemasons Arms and Brewers Saints also battling to avoid the drop.

In their first season in the league, Spa Rovers hold a four point lead in Division Four over fellow newcomers Colwall Wanderers.

After a difficult first season in the league when they finished bottom, former junior team Malvern Radar Youth have gained from that experience and lie third in the table.

Divisional shooting star is veteran Darren Palmer of Grosvenor Sports who has netted 17 goals in just nine appearances.

At the bottom, New Inn Sports (Malvern) have one win and one draw from their 10 matches.