BEWDLEY Town bucked a losing streak by bagging a prized 3-0 victory over high-flying Shrewsbury side Haughmond.

Battling Bewdley then followed up with a 2-0 success over bottom side Pershore Town to cement sixth spot in the West Midland League Premier Division.

Bewdley secretary Steve Godfrey admitted he couldn't see the success over Haughmond coming and said: "For the first 15 to 20 minutes, Haughmond were all over us and we expected the worst as they piled on the pressure.

"Then Chris Seekings scored a spectacular goal and it just seemed to completely knock the stuffing out of Haughmond.

"Will Ward added a second goal from a Seekings corner just before half time and from that point we started to take an increasing control of the game.

"Matt Kerby then got put through from the half way line and he finished them off with a third goal."

Bewdley followed up by beating Pershore where the highlight was Matt Kerby's goal scored direct from a corner.

Steve Godfrey added: "It was only 2-0 but Pershore are a much improved side from the first time we beat them earlier in the season and credit to Pershore, they didn't give up after going behind."

Bewdley were due to face Studley this week in the Worcester Senior Urn before entertaining Shifnal Town this Saturday in the West Midland League.

Busy Bewdley are also set to visit Lye Town next Tuesday in the Smedley Crook Cup.