HARRY Clark scored his 23rd and 24th goals of the season as his double ensured Malvern Town maintained their scintillating league form with a sixth win in seven Hellenic League Premier games.

Clark scored in each half before Corsham's captain Mark Cooper was sent-off late on and Kyonn Evans added a third in the closing stages to complete another big win against one of the top sides in the division.

Having recovered from a pre and post Christmas blip, Town have taken 19 points from a possible 21 since early February and remain in with a shout of going up with just three games of the regular season to go.

“We dominated the game from start to finish,” said manager Lee Hooper after the game.

“It was certainly one of our better performances of the season and our opponents simply had no answer to us.

“We started well and took it from there. The lads worked hard with and without the ball and this allowed us to go on and create and score some well-worked chances and goals.

“We could have easily won by a bigger margin in the end. It was also nice to keep another clean sheet as this is an area of our game that we have been working hard to improve.

“This was a good three points for us and now we move on to the next game at Thornbury Town on Saturday.

Town are five points behind second placed Westbury United but have played two games more.

Westbury sit on 73 points with 15 possible points still to play for, whilst malvern only have nine so Town will need to win all their remaining fixtures and hope Westbury have a serious wobble.

United need five points to secure second place and would be one of the sides to go up with runaway league leaders Bishops Cleeve.