16th Jun, 2019

Red Lion through to Worcestershire FA Junior Cup final

Craig Gibbons 2nd Mar, 2017 Updated: 2nd Mar, 2017

RED Lion are the sole Bromsgrove & District League outfit in the final of the Worcestershire FA Junior Cup final after beating FC Highgate United 2-0.

Peter Jenvey and Dan Bearcroft netted the winning goals for Lion who will meet RedMen who beat Awkies Allstars 6-3.

Mike Wakeman (2) and Jason Gibbons got on the scoresheet for the Allstars.

There was also county cup disappointment for Bromsgrove Corinthians as they suffered a 2-1 defeat at Mostyn Rangers Reserves in the semi-finals of the Minor Cup.

Two goals from Dan Lawrence and strikes from Connor Collins, Colin Tandy and Carl Martin fired Bartley Green Illey Sunday to a 6-3 victory over Wychbold RBL in the last eight of the Bromsgrove & Redditch Standard Shield.

Chaddesley Corbett are also through to the semis of the BRS Shield following their 4-0 victory at Belbroughton Athletic.

Matthew Perry, Daniel Weston, Lewis Phillips and Ryan Moore were on target.

Elsewhere, Pilkington Sunday are the first team through to the semi-finals of the WA Harris Cup as they edged past Sporting Club Redditch 1-0.

In the sole Premier Division fixture, unbeaten Meadow Park moved up to fourth after trouncing basement side Rubery Athletic 6-0.

Goals from Matt Seeley, Aaron Westwood and debutant Ricardo Richards fired AFC Northfield to a 3-1 victory at Hizza United in Division Two.

Ashley Parker replied for United.

Dave Phelan’s hat-trick helped Winyates secure a 4-2 victory at Redditch United Sunday whose scorers were Jack Garghan and Troy Herbert while Hewell beat Spa Athletic by the same scoreline.

Kev Owens and Jack Weatherby got on the scoresheet for Athletic.

Division Three leaders Stoke Works, who had won nine on the bounce, have now suffered back-to-back defeats after losing 3-1 to Arrow Valley.

Reece Miles, Connor Atkinson and Jay Russell netted for Athletic although both sides ended with ten men after Tom Westwood (Works) and James Priddle (Valley) got themselves sent off.

Braces from Dan White and Gaz Swain fired Chaddesley Corbett Reserves to a 4-1 home victory over Cofton Old Boys while Chris Gree, Jake Booton and Luke Parker all bagged doubles in Rubery Legends’ 6-0 win at Stoke Prior.

Elsewhere, FC Bromsgrove edged out Millfield Rovers Reserves 5-3 courtesy of Curtis Holdam’s treble, Joe Hawkins and an own-goal.

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