FC United of Worcester won the battle of the McDonald's Worcester and District League Sunday Division One top two with a 3-1 win at Droitwich side Pillar.

They took over at the summit through goals from Sam Hayes, Jackson Huxley and Charlie Tomlinson with Liam Neath replying.

Unbeaten FC Malvern won 4-0 at Colwall St James and Malvern Vale beat basement boys Lower Teme and Martley 2-1 through Blake Bishop and Tom Semadeni.

FC Korono visited struggling Eaton but the hosts took a 1-0 lead into the break through Nelson Teixeira.

However, a second-half collapse and a Lukas Eilberg hat-trick ensured Droitwich's Korono won 4-1.

PT Eagles beat Express Falcons 3-2 with strikes from Cello Brandinad Dias, Aaron Jones and Matthew Stock.

Oak Apple continue to top the Premier Division with a 4-0 victory over struggling Arrow.

Callow End thrashed Northside 9-0 with four goals from Nick MacPherson and a Brad Birch brace.

Perrywood smashed Clifton Rovers 7-0 with hot-shot James Baldwin bagging a hat-trick alongside strikes from Kyle Belmonte, Ben Harbourne, Zaqib Hussain and Gavin Podmore.

In-form St Johns were held at home by the bottom club and had two men sent off as Johnny Edwards drew The Bell level at 1-1.

Colwall Wanderers' 100 per cent record in Division Two ended as they lost 4-2 at Droitwich Spa Eagles.

Daniel Giles, Stuart Hatfield, Matthew Wood and Adam Ellis lifted Eagles up to mid-table.

Blackpole Sports are seven points off the top with a game in hand after thrashing Perdiswell FC Colts 5-1.

Richard Smith (3), George Corbett and Martin Fowler scored.

Also making a title charge are Droitwich Spa BGFC Rovers who beat GDL Athletic 3-1.

Thomas Doughty and Jake Wilkinson ensured Hornets defeated title hopefuls Worcester City Wanderers 2-0.

Kempsey Colts United moved off the bottom as they beat fellow strugglers Lower Teme and Martley Athletic 2-0 thanks to a Luan Gashi brace.

Powick remained second in Division Three with a 3-0 victory over Lower Teme and Martley Reserves through a Leon Roberts treble.

Drake Broughton Reserves picked up their first three points after thrashing fellow strugglers Eaton 9-1 with Bill Hemming and Henry Steade bagging braces.

AFC Brickfields defeated Perrywood Reserves 2-1 thanks to Asa Harrison and Dan Woodward.

Fernhill Heath Athletic went through to the Worcester Nursing Junior Cup quarter-finals by beating Worcester Athletic 5-2.


Sunday Premier Division: Callow End 9 Northside 0; Oak Apple 4 Arrow 0; Perrywood 7 Clifton Rovers 0; St Johns 1 The Bell 1.

Division One: Colwall St James 0 FC Malvern 4; Eaton 1 FC Korono 4; Malvern Vale 2 Lower Teme & Martley 1; Pillar 1 FC United of Worcester 3; PT Eagles 3 Express Falcons 2.

Division Two: Droitwich Spa Eagles 4 Colwall Wanderers 2; GDL Athletic 1 Droitwich Spa BGFC Rovers 3; Lower Teme & Martley Athletic 0 Kempsey Colts United 2; Perdiswell FC Colts 1 Blackpole Sports 5; Worcester City Wanderers 0 Hornets 2.

Division Three: AFC Brickfields 2 Perrywood Reserves 1; Drakes Broughton Rangers Reserves 9 Eaton Reserves 1; Grosvenor Sports 1 Droitwich Spa Eagles Reserves 1; Powick 3 Lower Teme & Martley Reserves 0.

Worcester Nursing Junior Cup: Worcester Athletic 5 Fernhill Heath Athletic 2.

Worcester Nursing Minor Cup: Quinton Athletic 9 Worcester Saints Reserves 1.