ST EDMUNDSBURY LEAGUE
Three second-half goals saw Stanton Reserves overcome Home Guard, writes Bill Tinkler.
On target for Stanton were Caine Weeks (2), Ian Chapel and Bob Ellis.
Bury Town Rams A sadly conceded their cup-tie against St Edmunds 1965, who will play Stanton Reserves in the final at Walsham le Willows FC on Saturday, April 23 (6pm).
Bedrics Worth closed the gap at the top of the Division One table after beating Wesbury United 7-2.
Goals came from from Martyn Maine (2), Callum Smith (3), Charlie French and Brendan Salisbury, while Sam Hughes and Adam Taylor netted for Westbury.
In Division Two, fourth-placed Thurston thrashed leaders AFC Black Boy 4-0 thanks to a hat-trick from Ian Fancett and one goal from Ally Ingham.
Division Three leaders Vipers hit six against basement boys Beck Row.
On target in a 6-0 success were: Jutty Nunn (2), Aaron Marsden (2), Paul Dykstra and Josh Bullock.
Walsham le Willows B came from two goals down to beat Wortham Reserves 3-2.
Scorers for the B’s were Karl Alexander (2) one and Haydn Davis from the spot, while Lima Osborne scored twice for Wortham.
n Mellis booked their place in the Suffolk County FA Sunday Shield final with a 3-0 victory over Haverhill Hammers, writes Ian Friend.
In the Frames Conservatories Direct Floodlit Cup semi-finals, Occold defeated Buxhall 5-1.
In Division One of Plastic Trade Frames Bury Sunday League, Gym United won 6-1 at Bury Bowl and Cock Inn defeated Tostock 2-1.
Howards were in seventh heaven at LABAS with a 7-1 win with goals coming from Ollie Hughes (4), Stewart Logan, Mitchell Bryant and Lee Gaught.
In Division Two, CFC Bury beat Chedburgh 5-4, with Luke Spivey (3) Ash Hayhoe and Theo Williamson on target.