By Liam Moakes Monday 24 September 2012 Updated: 27/09 12:44
CLASS finishing in the BRT Redditch & South Warwickshire Combination Premier Division game of the day saw Black Horse defeat rivals Bartley Green Sunday 6-0.
The visitors started brightly and created the best early chances, but a stunning 30-yard free kick from Darren Bullock and a missed penalty at the other end turned the match on its head.
Joe Adams then took centre stage with four quality finishes and a late Andy Grubb strike rubbed salt into the visitors' wounds.
Fellow high-flyers Church Hill bounced back from the previous weekend's cup loss to win 10-2 at Rubery Bridge as Josh Gifford helped himself to four goals, whilst Danny Pilgrim's brace led Austin Ex-Apprentices to a 2-1 success at Athletico.
Matthew Biddle's two goals saw Webheath see off visitors Hizza United 2-0 and strikes from Barnett (2) and Slevin guided Bromsgrove General La Coruna to a 3-0 victory at Wychbold RBL.
In Division One, three wonder strikes from Dave Phelan set JMC United on their way to a 6-1 win over visitors Dog & Pheasant.
A hat-trick from Studley Leisure's Sullivan failed to make the difference as Translift Bendi beat their hosts 6-3 thanks largely to Johnson's treble, whilst CBH Fasteners beat visitors Thomas Brothers 2-0 to go second in the table.
FC Club kept up their recent free-scoring form with a 5-2 win at South Redditch.
The Division Two formbook was turned on its head as bottom club Mayfly won 2-1 at home to leaders Washford Lions and Woodland took full advantage and went back to the top courtesy of a 9-0 win at Merchants, thanks in no small part to Surman's hat-trick.
Another Danny Styles hat-trick sent Bell Studley back to the top of Division Three as they won 6-1 at Washford Lions Reserves.
Peter Simpson XI also turned the formbook upside down by winning 3-0 at Wythall Wanderers and Sill's goal led Sporting Club Redditch to a 1-0 home triumph over Kingfisher Angling.
Hosts Shakespeare drew 3-3 with Winyates Wanderers.
On Sunday the quest for Worcestershire FA Cup glory begins with four teams in action in the early rounds.
September 23 results: Premier Division - Wychbold RBL 0 Bromsgrove General La Coruna 3 (Slevin, Barnett 2); Black Horse 6 (Bullock, J Adams 4, Grubb) Bartley Green Sunday 0; Rubery Bridge 2 (Price, Mulhill) Church Hill 10 (Beauchamp, O'Brien, Bailey 2 Hands 2, J Gifford 4); Athletico 1(Powell) Austin Ex-Apprentices 2 (Pilgrim 2); Webheath 2 (Biddle 2) Hizza United 0.
Division One - JMC United 6 (D Phelan3, McSweeney, Lincoln, Cox) Dog & Pheasant 1 (Lodge); Studley Leisure 3 (Sullivan 3) Translift Bendi 6 (Atkinson, Sookia, A Johnson 3, Hawthorn); CBH Fasteners 2 (Brazier, Thornton) Thomas Brothers 0; South Redditch 2 (Farmer, Poole) FC Club 5 (Southall, Flanaghan, Barnes, Oliver, Ainge).
Division Two - Merchants 0 Woodland 9 (Davenport, Byng, Aldridge, Malins, A Surman 3, Bennett); Mayfly 2 (Towler, Wilson) Washford Lions 1 (Rignall).
Division Three - Wythall Wanderers 0 Peter Simpson XI 3 (Suemmans 2, OG); Sporting Club Redditch 1 (Sill) Kingfisher Angling 0; Washford Lions Reserves 1 (David) Bell Studley 6 (Hinitt, Obinna 2, D Styles 3); Shakespeare 3 (Cashmore, Wilson, McElroy) Winyates Wanderers 3 (Grubb, Williams, Ward).
BSA Cup - Woodrow 2 (A Brough, C Brough) Redditch Cricket Club 7 (A Kelly 3, Southwick, Mackenzie, Smith, Woodfield); Beoley Village 3 (Poole, Pugh 2) Kingswood Town 1 (Whiston); Rocklands 3 (M Wilkes 3) Royal Oak Studley 2 (Robinson, Blair); Dagnell End Rovers 2 (Robinson, Buszko) Fleece 4 (J Pyatt 3, Hill).
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