Sunday Division Three title decided

Sunday Division Three title decided

Sunday Division Three title decided

First published in Football

BREWERS Athletic have been crowned champions of McDonald’s Worcester and District League Sunday Division Three.

They clinched the title with a 6-3 win over nearest challengers Metro.

James McKee hit a hat-trick and Ben Harborne added a double as Brewers recorded their 19th successive victory.

Toby Boswell scored twice for Colwall Village, who beat Hangover 4-1, and Adam Gartrell gave GDL Athletic a 1-0 victory over Hylton Road Rovers.

Promotion-chasing Falcons hammered mid-table Foresters Arms 8-0 in a Malvern derby.

WCT Raiders have retained their Sunday Premier crown even though they lost their first league match of the season 2-1 at Arrow 2000.

Tom Coley and Chris Doyle were on target for Arrow with Andy Bullock replying for WCT.

Only Upton Snodsbury could have caught WCT but they crashed 5-1 to New Inn.

Hallow’s hopes of landing the Division One title disappeared when they could only draw 1-1 with CMB Sports.

If Droitwich Spa Eagles win at Hallow this weekend, they will be champions.

Powick drew 2-2 at New Barbourne.

One win from their last two matches will be enough for Worcester Raiders to take the Division Two championship.

Joe Broad fired a treble and Gary Jones a double as they won 5-3 at West Midland.

Second-placed Claines suffered a a shock 4-3 home defeat at the hands of St John’s with Matt Turner notching a double for Saints.

Goals from Connor Smith and George Ashton gave Northside a 2-1 success at Malvern Victoria.

In Division Five, James Burston and Aaron Trigg both notched doubles as bottom-of-the-table Sport Dysons crushed GDL Athletic ‘A’ 5-1.

Powick, who lost 2-1 after extra-time in the Baylis Cup final to WCT Raiders last week, need four points from their last two games to take the Saturday Division title.

Lewis Doyle bagged two in their 4-2 victory at Malvern Town Reserves.

Raiders gave keeper Richie Vernon an outing at centre-forward in their match with Malvern Vale and he responded with a hat-trick as they won 3-1.

Malvern Hills lost a thriller 8-4 at home to Arrow 2000.

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