CALLOW End must wait at least another week to retain the McDonald's Worcester and District Football League Sunday Premier Division title.

But two points from the last two games should be enough with a visit to bottom-of-the-table The Bell next this weekend.

Callow End, who boast a superior goal difference, were held 1-1 at third-placed Perrywood and Oak Apple in second beat The Bell 2-0.

Kyle Belmonte fired Perrywood ahead with a penalty but Ash Millard's looping header levelled matters.

For Oak Apple, Steve Jefferies broke the deadlock five minutes from time and Sam Mogford added a second.

Pillar lead Division One by three points after a 3-0 win at Lower Teme and Martley thanks to Kieran Morris, Brett Mould and Kevin Owens.

Joe Bates' hat-trick and Matt Ennis ensured FC United of Worcester went through in the Katherine Rayer Cup 4-1 after falling behind to Eaton’s Paulo Anacleto.

FC Malvern progressed after beating Colwall St James 4-0 with Stuart Hill, Kieran Scollan, Ryan Shemwell and Aaron Smith netting.

Worcester Athletic defeated lower-ranked hosts FC Korono 2-1.

The Division Two title race looks set to go to the wire as second-placed Droitwich Spa BGFC Rovers beat leaders Colwall Wanderers 2-1 through Adam Vickers and Connor Grant with Ben Miller replying.

Blackpole Sports hammered Kempsey Colts United 7-3 while Lower Teme and Martley Athletic and Worcester Saints drew 2-2.

Droitwich Spa BGFC Town's Division Three title hopes were knocked as they got held 1-1 by Grosvenor Sports following a strike from Andrew Cornes.

Joe Somers scored for Town.

James Francis' strike secured Lower Teme and Martley Reserves a 1-0 victory over Droitwich Spa Eagles Reserves.

Drakes Broughton Reserves saw off hosts Worcester Saints 5-3.

Hornets are through to the Southam Trophy quarter-finals after they thrashed Perdiswell Colts 9-0.

Jon Speak (3), Frederick Harrison (2), Aaron Brewer, Daniel Burdon, Jake Wilkinson and Andrew Woodward scored.

Powick went into the semi-finals after edging out higher-ranked GDL Athletic 4-3.

Leon Roberts bagged two with Damien Hill and Kieran Smith also on target.

Malvern Radar marched on in the Phipps Cup after Jake Norris and Adam Rushton helped them beat higher-ranked Riflemans 2-0.


Premier Division: Oak Apple 2 The Bell 0; Perrywood 1 Callow End 1.

Division One: Lower Teme & Martley 0 Pillar 3.

Division Two: Blackpole Sports 7 Kempsey Colts United 3; Droitwich Spa BGFC Rovers 2 Colwall Wanderers 1; Lower Teme & Martley Athletic 2 Worcester Saints 2.

Division Three: Droitwich Spa BGFC Town 1 Grosvenor Sports 1; Lower Teme & Martley Reserves 1 Droitwich Spa Eagles Reserves 0; Worcester Saints Reserves 3 Drakes Broughton Rangers Reserves 5.

Katherine Rayer Cup first round: Clifton Rovers P PT Eagles P; Eaton 1 FC United of Worcester 4; FC Korono 1 Worcester Athletic 2; FC Malvern 4 Colwall St James 0.

Southam Trophy quarter-final: GDL Athletic 3 Powick 4; second round: Perdiswell FC Colts 0 Hornets 9.

Phipps Cup first round: Malvern Radar 2 Riflemans 0.