FORMER Worcester City favourite Mark Owen bagged a hat-trick in Callow End's 8-1 win at Malvern Vale.

Two other ex-City players scored too in the Worcester Nursing Junior Cup quarter-final with Bradley Birch and Chris Cornes on target.

Nathan Hayward and Kyonn Evans played for Callow End as well with Ash Millard (2) and Jon Mann adding to the tally.

Curtis Williams replied for lower-ranked Vale.

Vue Bar flew past FC United of Worcester Seconds 8-3 in the Baylis Cup first round with Adam Clay, Nick Jones and Euan Murray pulling goals back.

Northside eased past Fernhill Heath Athletic 4-0 in the second round.

Droitwich Spa Eagles progressed from the quarter-finals with a 3-0 home win at Lower Teme and Martley thanks to Will Clutterbuck, Adam Ellis and Alan Parkinson.

New Dales romped home 13-0 at Lower Teme and Martley Rovers in the Southam Trophy second round.

Idris Agboola (4), Rio Janic (3), George Corbett (3), Ashley Banner, Joe Corbett and Owen Lane netted.

Kieran McArdle (2), Josh Jones and Lewis Yardley guided Droitwich Spa BGFC United past Lower Teme and Martley Reserves 4-0 in the first round.

McDonald's Worcester and District League Sunday Division One leaders Colwall Wanderers saw off visitors Droitwich Spa BGFC Rovers 2-0.

Tai Brown (2), Elliot Brown, Luke Meredith and Joe Wood fired The Bell to a 5-1 success over Eaton.

Malvern side Express Falcons' home clash with PT Eagles was abandoned after 18 minutes as the referee deemed the pitch unplayable.

Division Two table-toppers Powick beat visitors Worcester City Wanderers 4-0 through doubles from Martin Fowler and Leon Roberts.

Droitwich Spa Rangers stunned fellow high-fliers Hornets 8-1 with goals from Joshua Weatherby (4), Tom Daccus (2), James May and Zaakary Jackson.

Jon Speak replied for the home side.

In a clash of the bottom two Lower Teme and Martley Athletic defeated New Inn FC Claines 5-1.

Hawthorns Athletic lead Division Three after a 4-2 win at Gruppo Select with Kristian Bottrell and Damien Hill among the scorers.

Alin Gorovei and Daniel Lautaru netted for second-placed Gruppo.

Swan Swifts won 4-3 at Perrywood Reserves thanks to George Loader (2), Tyler Attwood and Simon Mills though Craig Smith was sent off.

Lewis Doyle (2) and Ryan Scullion (2) were on target for Malvern Radar in a 4-4 home draw with Riflemans.