Semi-finalists decided in the Greg Cup
PUBLISHED: 10:50 16 February 2006 | UPDATED: 09:37 06 May 2010
The quarter-finals of the Greg Cup took place on Saturday. Kimpton Rovers kept up their good cup runs by beating Bedwell Rangers 4-1 in Stevenage. The club s leading goalscorer Craig Barnes scored a couple and further goals came from Mark Harrington and A
The quarter-finals of the Greg Cup took place on Saturday.
Kimpton Rovers kept up their good cup runs by beating Bedwell Rangers 4-1 in Stevenage.
The club's leading goalscorer Craig Barnes scored a couple and further goals came from Mark Harrington and Andy Reeves.
Bedwell's solitary goal came from manager Chris Walsh, who scored from long range.
The clash of the Division One sides Fairlands and AFC Santos ended with Fairlands winning 3-1 after extra-time.
But AFC Santos have only themselves to blame as they missed numerous chances throughout the game.
Fairlands went through with a brace from leading scorer Kenny Liggett and a John Comber goal. The AFC Santos goal came from Steve Gibbons.
The third clash was the closest game of the round with Premier Division sides Stevenage Council Club and Woolmer Green drawing 2-2 after extra-time.
The Stevenage side won 3-0 on penalties to progress into the semis.
Their goals came from Michael Bunker and Richard Hall. James Brewster and Darren Wilson were Woolmer's scorers to take the game into extra-time.
The fourth game did not take place as Division One side Magnum were unable to raise a side, giving Whitwell Village a walkover into the semi-finals.
The semis, to be played on Saturday, April 1, are: Stevenage Council Club v Kimpton Rovers; Whitwell Village v Fairlands.
There were no Premier Division games due to the Greg Cup fixtures.
But St Ippolyts were awarded three points when the Stevenage Council Club played an ineligible player recently in a league game.
The council club were deducted six points for the same offence.
Kimpton Rovers Res and City Hearts shared eight goals in Division One.
New signing Luke Moralle scored a hat-trick on his debut for Kimpton and their other goal came from Bradley Adams, also making his debut.
Danny Eely replied with a hat-trick for City Hearts, whose other scorer was Aaron Parker.
Wilbury Wanderers warmed up for their county cup fixture on Saturday by beating Bedwell Rangers Res 4-1 in a comfortable victory.
Richard Pearson and Dean Smith gave them a half-time lead. Further goals in the second half from Craig Goode and James Turner completed the win. Bedwell's solitary reply came from Luke Gumble.