STOURPORT ladies first XI made the most of their trip to Isca in the Sunday National League West with goals from Hannah Corcoran, Lora Symonds and Sarah Parkinson-Mills delivering a 3-1 victory.

This weekend they will be entertaining Reading with a 2.30pm hit back at The Kingsway.

Despite a fight back and two goals by Sophie Thompson, the ladies second XI went down 3-2 against their hosts Sutton Coldfield in Midlands Division One.

Both teams started strongly but Stourport conceded an early goal after giving away a penalty flick and another from a Sutton counter attack.

Sutton came out strongly again in the second half to score their third goal of the match.

Stourport fought back with two quick goals from Sophie Thompson were unable to find the equaliser, and the match ended with defeat for the Wyre Forest club.

The ladies thirds moved to the top of Worcestershire Division One, with two goals from captain Fran Moss which gave her side a 2-1 victory.

Th fourth team collected their first point after being promoted into league one this season with a 1–1 draw against their visitors Worcester seconds, 13-year-old Maddie Shaw got Stourport's goal.

Stourport ladies fifth team beat Bromsgrove fifths 1-0 in a hard fought encounter at The Kingsway, the win keeps them top of Division Three.