Treble chance of St Ippolyts is still alive

The North and Mid Herts Football League The treble is still alive for Premier Division champions St Ippolyts. Saints, who play Baldock Town tonight (Thursday) in the Benevolent Shield final, are through to the Greg Cup final. They thrashed Codicote 8-1 as

The North and Mid Herts Football League

The treble is still alive for Premier Division champions St Ippolyts.

Saints, who play Baldock Town tonight (Thursday) in the Benevolent Shield final, are through to the Greg Cup final.

They thrashed Codicote 8-1 as a hat-trick from Andrew Levy, with two each from Wayne Maguire and Glen Stuart, booked their place in the final.

Division One North champions Woolmer Green Res are also on course for a league and cup double.

They reached the divisional cup final courtesy of a 4-0 win over AFC Santos with Alex Lawrence, Tom Younger and Wayne Coleman (penalty) seeing them through.

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In the Premier Division, Baldock Town beat Colney Heath A 3-1 thanks to goals from James Smith, Cameron Brawley and Ross Haskins.

In Division One North, Fairlands continued their winning streak by beating City Hearts 5-0.

Two goals from Craig Braine were backed by one each from Paul Hicks, Stuart Clarke and Lewis Littlechild.

RESULTS

Saturday, April 21

Greg Cup, semi-final: Codicote 1 St Ippolyts 8.

Division One North Cup, semi-final: Woolmer Green Res 4 AFC Santos 0.

Premier Division: Baldock Town 3 Colney Heath A 1, Redbourn v Woolmer Green (off).

Division One North: Fairlands 5 City Hearts 0.

FIXTURES

Tonight (Thursday)

Benevolent Shield, final: Baldock Town v St Ippolyts (at Welwyn Garden City FC, 7.30pm ko).

Saturday, April 28

Premier Division: Clannad Celtic v Colney Heath A, St Ippolyts v London Colney A, Woolmer Green v Magnum.

Division One North: Benington v Woolmer Green Res, Codicote v Bedwell Rangers Res, Wilbury Wanderers v Fairlands.

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