LLOYDS bagged a fine 5-1 win at Charlton House in the Dudley and Cradley League's Ray Turley Memorial Competition.

Lloyds opened the scoring with a goal from Jason Witts before Matt Morris increased the lead.

Shane Bryan pulled one back for the hosts before the break to give them hope.

However, second half strikes from Rhys Harper, Matt Morris and Witts sealed the success.

Meanwhile, in the Horace Benjamin Trophy, Roebuck beat Phoenix 3-2.

It was Roebuck who took the lead on nine minutes with a goal from Aaron Craig, who finally managed to get the ball in at the third attempt following a miss kick from the Phoenix keeper.

Kyle Evans equalised for phoenix on 14 minutes when he headed in a Luke Evans corner.

Roebuck took the lead again a minute later when Josh Hyde was not closed down and from 40 yards out sweetly struck a shot the found the back of the net. Alex Pinches equalised for Phoenix from a free kick to level at the break.

The outcome of this game was a twist when on 60 minutes when Roebucks keeper Jamie Hyde put in a free kick and Pat Hooper’s headed clearance hit his own defender Dan Baker full in the face and went in to the back of his own net.

Hasbury Rangers secured a 6 - 2 win over Wollaston Harriers.

Hasbury were well up for this game and started brightly and kept it up for the entire game. Hasbury opened the scoring early in the half when a Jake Tromans corner was coolly finished off by Trevor Harris. They could have increased their lead but for some good keeping and defending from Wollaston.

Wollaston drew level through a brave header from Liam Wotton but Hasbury regained the lead when Lennon Chidodo beat three and rolled the ball to Joe Davies to make it 2-1. Joe Davies scored again for Hasbury before Matt Bird gave Wollaston a life line at 3-2 just before the interval.

The hosts came out second half and continued to play excellent football. Joe Davies completed his hat-trick, Jake Tromans netted twice to complete the scoring.

In the Premier Division, Kingswinford Swan beat Hadcroft Rovers 4-1 thanks to goals from Liam Hickman (2), Josh Mills and Luke Fellows.

Dean Polkey got Hadcroft's only goal.