Gym United cruise past AFC Notleys into final of Sunday Cup

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Frames Conservatories Direct Bury Sunday League Division one outfit Gym United reached the final of the Suffolk Sunday Cup, writes Ian Friend.

Wayne Proctor (two), 
Liam Bolton and Craig Skipp fired them past Lowestoft-based AFC Notleys 4-0 to reach the final, where they will 
face Kitchener Taverners on May 4 at a venue to be decided.

In the league’s Floodlit Cup quarter-finals, CFC Bury A scored six without reply against Garboldisham, Lavenham were awarded a home win, while Nathan Thompson and Tom Fenner scored as Tostock beat Buxhall United 2-1.

Across the league’s four divisions, there were wins for Cock Inn, Walsham, Lucky Break, Great Whelnetham, Deers Leap, Palgrave, Occold and Thorndon.

n Owen Bradley’s second-half brace overcame Ben Tooke’s early strike as AFC Hoxne A defeated RF Saints in the second round of the Mick McNeil Cup, writes Bill Tinkler.

In Glasswells St Edmundsbury League Division One, Jason Utting (two), Hari Pidgeon and Gareth Holland netted as Ram Meadow saw off RF Saints 4-2, despite strikes for Lee Sayer and Tom Graham.

St Edmunds 1965 extended their lead at the top with a 3-1 triumph over Westbury United thanks to goals from Matt Creaton, Owen Manning and Rob Chapple. Jutty Nunn scored a penalty for Westbury.

Wickhambrook earned a 3-1 success over Walsham-le-Willows B thanks to a brace from Nathan Baird and a single strike from Tom Miles, while Liam Ellis netted for Walsham.

The Elephant and Castle narrowly overcame Bury Rovers 2-1 thanks to goals from Ethan Puryear and Ben Stollery, while Chris Roberts scored a penalty for Rovers.