MALVERN Radar Youth are through to the McDonald’s Worcester and District League's Phipps Cup semi-finals after a resounding 6-1 win over local rivals New Inn Sports (Malvern).

Ryan Scullion and Shane Abel both bagged braces with Jake Norris and Adam Rushton also on target.

Spa Rovers and Sebright Arms will contest the other semi-final.

Sitch hit a hat-trick for Sebright who won 5-0 at Lower Teme and Martley Reserves.

Jordan Fox scored twice as Spa beat Freemasons Arms 4-1.

Drakes Broughton Rangers hammered Hallow Village 9-0 to reach the Katherine Rayer Cup semi-finals.

Bill Hemming cracked a treble and there were doubles for Matt Greenwood and Gavin Hunter.

Premier Division leaders Hallow had a narrow 2-1 victory over Upton Snodsbury with James Holloway and Kyle Belmonte their scorers.

Callow End trail Hallow by four points but have two games in hand.

Jon Mann notched a double as they won 3-0 at New Inn Athletic.

Perrywood still have an outside chance of the title with Joe Bates and John Pykett on target in their 2-1 win at The Gloster Arms.

Prince of Wales still lead Division One with Daine Traylor, Antony Smith and Paul Smith on the scoresheet as they beat Claines 3-1.

St Johns are now second, four points behind with two games in hand, with Danny Hall netting twice in their 4-1 success at fellow challengers Fernhill Heath Athletic.

Josh Homans bagged two as Arrow roared back with a 5-1 victory at Worcester Athletic.

Clifton Rovers' title challenge was dented by The Bell with the match ending in a 2-2 draw.

Richard Price and Mike Young were on target for The Bell while Will Griffith and Josh Stafford replied for Clifton.

In Division Two, there were doubles for Mike McClatchy of Worcester City Wanderers, who beat Malvern Vale 3-1, and Jack Hancock as leaders Korono won 5-1 at Star and Garter.

Masons lead Division Three on goal difference with Conrad Stewart grabbing the only goal against Perdiswell Colts.

But Express Falcons have two games in hand with Ted Grizzell netting all four goals in their 4-2 victory over GDL Athletic.

AFC Mazak dropped two points in their title challenge as they were held to a 2-2 draw by Droitwich Spa Eagles.

Joe Corbett (2) and George Corbett were on target for Mazak with Joe Brogan, Luke Carroll and Chris Lewis replying for Eagles.

Callum Morris scored twice for Lower Teme and Martley who crushed Brewers Saints 7-0.

In Division Four, Colwall Wanderers' Ben Miller scored six as his side thumped Droitwich Spa Eagles Reserves 10-2.

Joe Barrett fired a treble and Ben Ladds a double as Drakes Broughton Rangers Reserves won 5-0 at Eaton Reserves.

Ollie Kendall was another hat-trick man in Worcester Saints' 4-2 home win over Grosvenor Sports.

A single strike from Fred Harrison sent Warndon Villages into the Worcestershire FA Sunday Junior Cup quarter-finals at the expense of of Northwick Saints.


Sunday Premier Division: Gloster Arms 1 Perrywood AFC 2; Hallow 2 Upton Snodsbury 1; New Inn Athletic 0 Callow End 3; Northside P FC Malvern P.

Division One: Fernhill Heath Athletic 1 St Johns 4; Prince of Wales 3 AFC Claines 1; The Bell 2 Clifton Rovers 2; Worcester Athletic 1 Arrow 5.

Division Two: FC Star & Garter 1 FC Korono 5; Kempsey Colts United 2 Pershore Town Eagles 3; Worcester City Wanderers 3 Malvern Vale 1.

Division Three: AFC Mazak 3 Droitwich Spa Eagles 3; Brewers Saints 0 Lower Teme & Martley 7; Express Falcons 4 GDL Athletic 2; Masons 1 Perdiswell FC Colts 0.

Division Four: Colwall Wanderers 10 Droitwich Spa Eagles Reserves 2; Eaton Reserves 0 Drakes Broughton Rangers Reserves 5; Worcester Saints 4 Grosvenor Sports 2.

Katherine Rayer Cup quarter-final: Drakes Broughton Rangers 9 Hallow Village 0.

Phipps Cup quarter-finals: Lower Teme & Martley Reserves 0 Sebright Arms 5; Malvern Radar Youth 6 New Inn Sports (Malvern) 1; Spa Rovers 4 Freemasons Arms 1.

Worcestershire FA Sunday Junior Cup third round: Warndon Villages 1 Northwick Saints 0.