BLACK Horse lifted the WA Harris Cup following a 10-3 thumping of Kings Heath Albion, delighting the 156-strong crowd in attendance.
Five from Ricardo Richards was added to by strikes from Josh Westwood, Daniel O’Sullivan, Brett Fellows and substitutes Odane Barnes and Jack Wilson.
Over in the WFA Junior Cup final, Broughsons were also victorious, seeing off FC United of Worcester 6-2.
A Shay Palmer brace and goals from Josh Carter, David White, Aaron Bates and Billy Garvey clinched victory and ensured their side lifted silverware.
Meanwhile, in Division 1, Chaddesley Ravens thrashed Hizza United 8-1, courtesy of four from Daniel Weston and two from Daniel Willetts.
Sam Stringer and Josh Anstey completed the drubbing, whilst Mike Young was the sole scorer for the visitors.
Rubery Sunday Juniors were edged by Bromsgrove Corinthians 3-2, despite Jack Garghan’s double.
Bradley Williamson struck a brace, whilst Scott Taylor also got on the scoresheet, to earn Corinthians all three points.
Winyates put Bartley Green Owls to the sword in a 6-1 thrashing, with Danny Murphy’s hat-trick setting them on the way to victory, whilst Lee Bourke struck a brace and David Phelan also registered his name on the scoresheet.
Black Horse had resumed their control in first place in the league with a 5-2 victory against Hawthorns in midweek, while Chaddesley Ravens also earned three points prior to Saturday’s drubbing, beating Kings Heath Albion 3-1.
In Division 2, Quinton Athletic romped to a 9-1 win against Studley Swan to stay top of the league by four points.
Matthew Carter and Jason Quinn netted braces, whilst Michael Stewart, Drew Swadkins, Jordan Walters, Anton Gardner-Bennett and Lee Smiley all got on the scoresheet.
Christopher Stringer notched the consolation for Swan.
Solihull Moors Sunday closed ground on second-placed Longbridge Social with a 6-3 victory against South Birmingham.
Goals from Rory Milbourne, Jason D’Aguilar and Richard Hall were not quite enough for the bottom-placed side, who remain on just four points for the season.
Moors had also earned a point in a 2-2 draw in midweek against fourth-placed Broughsons.
Lickey End Social swept past Cofton Old Boys in a 4-0 win, with a Jason Newton brace and goals from Alex Beck and William Bacchus earning victory, whilst Redditch Borough fell 3-1 to Meadow Park.
Alexander Birch found the net for Borough, but a Will Symonds’ double and one for Kemal Nadjat brought home three points for the visitors.
Bartley Reds Sunday earned victory in the only game in Division 3 to keep up the pace with leaders S O Goose, beating Bromsgrove Academicals 1-0 courtesy of John Davis’ goal.
In the Bromsgrove Charity Junior Cup semi-final, Harriers Trust earned a place in the final following a 5-1 victory against Hawthorns.
Pockets also made a final, beating Catshill 5-4 in the WFA Minor Cup semi-final.