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FANG now know their final opponents: CSKA Emneth, who upset the form guide to dump holders Chilvers out of the Cherrington Cup.
Chilvers didn’t help themselves by turning up to The Cage with only nine men, and certainly made CSKA Emneth earn their win.
Aaron Proctor got Chilvers on the score sheet but goals from Adam Drew, Max Mattless and Kai Ruff saw CSKA into their first ever Sunday League final.
With one semi-final wiped out due to the weather, it left Horsepigs Reserves and West Lynn Wanderers battling it out in the only game.
West Lynn made their first ever cup final courtesy of a hard earned 2-1 away win, Matthew Willis scoring for ‘Pigs but Gary Halliday and Harry Sands saw Wanderers into the final.
River Lane and Heacham Reserves will play their semi-final on March 1.
Flitcham Bell cemented top spot with a big 5-2 win away at March Saracens.
Ash Taylor and Jermaine Watson helped Saracens push Flitcham all the way, but the Winking Owls were too strong as goals from Richard Cunliffe 2, Dean Taylor, Lee Godsell and Stephen Pearson secured the win.
It was Battle Royale in Lincolnshire as Tydd St Mary and Sutton St James locked horns, and Sutton romped to a 5-1 win. Ash Godfrey smashed in a hat-trick, supported by goals from Phil Newton and Stuart Easey.
Steve Wright scored for Tydd to prevent the whitewash.
Fleet romped to a 9-2 demolition of Watlington to move up to fifth in the table. Having only scored 10 in their previous 10 games, this certainly improved the goal difference.
George Coalville nabbed both for Watlington, but it was nowhere near enough as goals from Marcus Gilbertson 4, Johnny Clark 3, Damen Hardy and Rob Thurlow secured the vital win.
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