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Clifton and Five Fathers to meet in cup final at Malvern
4:00pm Thursday 10th April 2014 in Sport
THIS season’s McDonald’s Worcester and District League Bernard Finnegan Cup final will be between Clifton Rovers and Five Fathers on Sunday, April 27, at Malvern Town.
Clifton were 2-0 down at home to Whitehall in their semi-final with Nathan Bullock and Chris Mason on target for the visitors.
But, in a stirring second-half comeback, Phil Edwards, Tom Edwards and Dave Nunn gave them a 3-2 victory.
In the other semi, Five Fathers hammered Sport Dysons 7-1 with Shaun Mooney hitting a hat-trick.
After a 4-4 draw with WCT Raiders in their final round-robin match, Powick will meet the same opponents again in the Baylis Cup final.
Toby Attwood cracked a hat-trick for WCT with Matthew Beckett scoring twice for Powick.
In the Sunday Premier Division, there were two goals for Alex Baird of WCT Raiders, who won 3-0 at Upton Snodsbury.
Luke Badham also bagged a brace for Colwall St James, who lost 6-4 to Callow End.
Alan Parkinson fired a treble for Droitwich Spa Eagles, who beat Worcester Saints 4-0 in Division One, and a single strike from Mike Young gave The Bell @ Pensax victory over Kempsey.
Claines are making a late bid for the Division Two title with Leon Farr scoring twice in their 5-2 success at VBL Sports.
A 10-goal thriller at West Midland saw Malvern Victoria win 6-4.
Jamie Harding grabbed a treble and Richard Green a double for the Vic, while Josh Homans bagged two for West Midland.
Halfway House beat Hornets 3-2 with Sam Parsons netting twice for House and Brian Lavell doing likewise for Hornets.
One more victory from their last five matches will secure the Division Three crown for Brewers Athletic.
Ben Harborne notched a hat-trick as they demolished Foresters Arms 8-1.
Second-placed Malvern side Falcons won 3-2 at Cutnall Green with a treble from Brad Morton.
Tom Baker netted four times and there were doubles for Carl Ingram and Sam Harper as Metro thrashed Hangover 10-0.
In Division Four, Andy Harvey scored twice in Droitwich Spa Eagles Reserves’ 4-3 victory at Blackpole.
In the Saturday Division, a brace from Christian Schramm gave the University of Worcester a 2-1 win at VBL Sports.
The final of the Nursing Sunday Minor Cup will be between the University of Worcester and Worcester City Wanderers.
The students beat Washford Lions 2-1 after extra-time, while a brace from Mitchell Probert helped Wanderers to a 3-2 win over Drakes Broughton Rangers in the other semi.