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Lewis hits six of the best for Powick Reserves
6:00pm Thursday 22nd May 2014 in Sport
THE shooting star in the McDonald’s Worcester and District Sunday League was Adrian Lewis.
He netted six times as Powick Reserves thrashed Colwall Village 10-2 in Division Three.
Sam Harris and Jack Munslow gave Malvern side Foresters Arms a 2-1 win at Hylton Road Rovers.
Brewers Athletic claimed the division title with a 100 per cent record.
Simon Lock and John Wade bagged braces in their 7-3 success at Cutnall Green, which was their 22nd successive victory.
Metro defeated Worcester City Wanderers 8-2 with Tom Baker, Roy Hannay and Neil Grubb all scoring twice.
Division Two champions Worcester Raiders completed their programme with an 11-7 win over the University of Worcester as Ryan Edwards hit a hat-trick.
Malvern Victoria won 3-0 against Hornets with goals from Nick Lancett, Phil Homewood and Stacey Brimmell.
In Division Five, St Peters won 8-4 at Riverside as Joe Morrall and Ed Jukes cracked hat-tricks for Saints and Jack Green notched a double for Riverside.
Other doubles came from Dan Gates of GDL Athletic ‘A’, who lost 5-3 at Five Fathers, and Shane Smith in Worcester Rileys’ 4-3 win at Hallow Reserves.
Clifton Rovers clinched the Sunday Division Four title with a 4-1 win at Old Vigornians.
Simon Mountjoy scored twice with Liam Bennington and Joe Bruce also on the scoresheet.
Pillar of Salt Korono took the runners-up position after a 1-0 victory over Droitwich RBL.
WCT Raiders added two more cups to their trophy cabinet against Malvern opposition.
In the Nursing Sunday Junior Cup at the Langland Stadium, Jamie Insall grabbed a first-half hat-trick in a 6-2 win over Malvern Radar. Joel Hobbs, Martin Newman and Andy Bullock also scored with Louis Loader and Ricky Buckland replying.
WCT also won the Martley Cup as Tom Hobbs fired a treble and Craig Selby a double as they crushed Malvern Town Reserves 8-1.
In the Saturday Division, WCT won a free-scoring game 9-8 at Malvern Vale.
Hobbs netted four times for WCT with Dean Sibthorpe hitting a hat-trick for Vale.