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Sheen treble leads Inkberrow into Bluck Cup final

Updated: 5:13 pm, May 06, 2015

INKBERROW reached the Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday League Bluck Cup final with an excellent 4-0 win over Cider Mill in the semi-finals as Lewis Sheen struck a hat-trick and Johnson added a further goal late on.

Eckington reached the last four of the Express-Funding Mick Godwin Cup with a comfortable 8-1 home win over Sun Inn in which Warren (3), Hope (3), Begley and James scored.

With two matches to play, Bear moved back to the top of Division One with a 2-0 home win over Pinvin United – thus ending their opponents’ championship hopes – as first half goals from Staley and Barber earned the three points for Bear.

Broadway United edged out visitors Fladbury Athletic 3-2 through Jason Horsburgh (2) and Jeffs goals, with Hall and Taylor on target for Fladbury.

For the second week running WMK failed to raise a team – this time at home to Bretforton Old Boys – and there must be doubts they will complete the season.

Division Two leaders Jacksons Fairfield were beaten 3-2 by second placed hosts Alcester Town, for whom Dipple (2) and Downey scored, whilst Jacksons netted through Turley and Scrivens.

Defford/Besford United and visitors Alderton drew 4-4 in a match which saw Kelly score twice for Defford and Reid do likewise for Alderton.

A second half Sexton treble earned Mickleton Rangers the points in a 3-0 success at Tesco United.

Bredon were knocked out of the WFA Sunday Minor Cup as they lost 5-3 at Bromsgrove League outfit Callowbrook Swifts Blues in the last eight.

In Division Three, Cropthorne won 3-1 at Stratford United with goals from Williams, Walker and Boother.

Division Four leaders Tewkesbury Town won 6-2 at Ambi Allsports as Gorlay netted a treble, but second placed Harvington lost ground by losing 2-0 at Dragons, for whom Jennings and Higginbottom scored.

Charlton Old Boys defeated visitors Fortis 3-0 with goals from Ainsworth, Chris Clements and Dickenson and, with games in hand, Charlton can still lift the title.

Palmer and Andrew were on target for Bengeworth in their 2-1 victory at Stour Excelsior Reserves, who scored through Johnson.