Bury Town Rams to do battle with Walsham in showpiece

Latest sports news from the Bury Free Press
Latest sports news from the Bury Free Press

FAIR PLAY CUP

SEMI-FINALS

Teams who qualify for this KO Cup are the top eight sides in the League’s Fair Play stats as of January 1, each year, writes Bill Tinkler.

Bury Town Rams A will take on Walsham le Willows B in the final at Ram Meadow on Thursday, April 28 (7.30pm) after coming through their respective semi-finals.

Walsham hosted Westbury United in this Division Three versus Division One semi-final. With cores level at 2-2 at the 90-minute mark, Walsham kept their nerve to win the penalty shoot-out 7-6.

Adam Cornish and Barry Miller netted for Westbury in normal time.

In an all Division One semi-final, Bury Town Rams A progressed with a 5-1 success against Wortham at Hepworth.

Goals came from Dave Venables, Alex Gardiner, Justin Farrow and Adam Underwood (2).

In Division Two, third placed Thurston lost 2-0 at home to the Trunk with Nathan Baird and Lee Brading on target.

Elmswell defeated AFC Black Boy for the second successive week with a 2-1 win.

Matt Last and Paul Cable scored for Elmswell while Macaulay Delo replied for the ‘Boy’.

League leaders Bury Wanderers lost 2-0 to Bury Town Rams B who scored through Neil Youngs and Chris Thompson.

PLASTIC TRADE FRAMES

BURY SUNDAY LEAGUE

In Division Two, CFC Bury defeated Black Boy 3-1 with goals coming from Luke Spivey, Ash Hayhoe and Taylor Stiff, writes Ian Friend.

Coldham Hall lost 3-1 at Mellis, while Chedburgh and Thurston shared the points after a three-all draw.

In Division Three, Cheveley defeated Danepak by the odd goal in a seven-goal thriller, while Horringer and Brandon drew 3-3.

In Division Four, Rattlesden lost 5-2 at Badwell Ash, Eastbury and AFC Norton shared six goals and Elmswell thrashed Westbury Wanderers 8-3.

On Sunday, Ram Meadow will be the venue for the Division two KO Cup final,2-30pm