Round-up: Worcester Sunday football not hit by Coronavirus

THE Coronavirus outbreak did not put off Sunday footballers with a string of games played at the weekend.

Perrywood went top of the McDonald’s Worcester and District League Premier Division with a 3-1 home triumph over Clifton Rovers.

James Baldwin, Kirk Layton and James McKee scored for Wood.

Callow End will face Wood in the Baylis Cup final after seeing off Vue Bar 3-2 in the last four.

Kyonn Evans (2) and Nathan Hayward were on target for the villagers.

The Bell followed up a midweek 2-1 home win over Droitwich Spa Eagles with a 2-0 success over PT Eagles to go second in Division One.

Elliot Brown and Tai Brown scored against Spa with Carl Carson-Brown bagging a double against PT.

But PT did get some joy in the double-header against Bell, winning the second clash 1-0 through Sebastian Douglas’ goal.

Northside picked up only their second league success of the season by thrashing FC United of Worcester Seconds 5-1 at home.

New Dales hammered Kempsey United 6-0 to go above their rivals at the top of Division Two on goal difference.

Nick Evans, Joe Machin, Oliver Smith and Paul Fletcher guided Colwall St James past bottom-of-the-table visitors Lower Teme and Martley Athletic 4-1.

Malvern Radar went up to fourth in Division Three with a 5-1 win over Eaton Rovers thanks to Ryan Scullion (3) and Lewis Doyle (2) while Bruno Alexandre replied.

Basement boys Lower Teme and Martley Reserves got their second league win of the campaign with a 4-3 triumph in the derby at Lower Teme and Martley Rovers.

Division Three high-fliers Gruppo Select could not secure Worcestershire FA Sunday Minor Cup final glory, going down 4-0 to Cookley Sports Reserves at Malvern Town’s HDanywhere Community Stadium.

Droitwich Spa BGFC United reached the Worcester Nursing Sunday Minor Cup final with a 3-0 victory at Powick as Brad Talbot scored twice.

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