Winch perfect!

The Hitchin Sunday Football League round-up Two goals from the long-serving Steve Winch proved decisive as holders Engineers Henlow again reached the Beds Sunday Lower Junior county cup final. They will play Royal Oak (Potton) in the final on April 2 at A

The Hitchin Sunday Football League round-up

Two goals from the long-serving Steve Winch proved decisive as holders Engineers Henlow again reached the Beds Sunday Lower Junior county cup final.

They will play Royal Oak (Potton) in the final on April 2 at AFC Kempston Town after a 2-1 victory away at Postels 2000.

Engineers Henlow led 2-0 but a goal from Postels with 10 minutes left made for a nervous finale.

Wanderers booked a quarter-final place in the Challenge Cup against JCA after beating AEK Letchworth 3-2. Goals from Paul Summerfield, Peter Phelan and Barney Buck gave Wanderers the win, Micky Smith and Stuart Morris replying for AEK.

Only one quarter-final tie took place due to the weather and it was Cannon who progressed at the expense of Bar Absolute Willian. Tony Samuals (two) and Simon Umney helped them to a 3-1 victory, Alistair Holmes replying for Bar Absolute.

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In the George John Memorial Trophy, AC Malone booked a semi-final berth after disposing of Premier Division Crown Stotfold. A double from Adam Watson and a Rob Dowler goal were enough to secure a 3-2 win.

In the Division Two Cup, Paynes Park Superstars and particularly Steven Monaghan had a morning to remember. They romped home 6-1 against Wanderers Res, Monaghan hitting four with other goals courtesy of Keith Jones and Brian Humphries. Steve Travi scored the consolation for Wanderers.

It was semi-final day in the Reserves Cup and the two established reserve outfits made it to the final with identical scorelines.

Sean Evers and Danny Ryan (two) were on target as Cannon Res saw off AC Malone Res (Darren Matthews and Pete Morrin).

Whitwell Res progressed thanks to goals from Colin Hair (two) and Paul Stagg against Kcinsatop Res (Gareth Cottenden and Dave Everitt).

Two games took place in the Premier Division.

Hitchin Town Supporters and The Well played out an exciting 3-3 draw, a Paul Moon penalty save denying The Well all the points.

Greg King, Nick Orton and Kevin Burness scored for HTS and Adrian Turner (two) and Angelo Mattia scored for The Well.

Whitwell are aiming to prove all those who doubted their title credentials wrong as they secured another impressive victory against The George Hitchin. Wayne Mullolly scored both goals in a 2-0 victory.

In Division One, Angels Reply travelled to Offley Rangers and left with the three points after winning 1-0.

It was also 1-0 at The Grange where Delroy Channer scored his first ever goal for SMU as they beat Radcliffe Arms.

This week also saw the expulsion of long running The Boot Baldock with all their results deleted from the playing record for this season.

Only one game took place in Division Two and Walsworth took the spoils after goals from Daniel Levy, Bradleigh Moss and Gavin Stevens earned a 3-0 victory against White Horse Arlesey.

* Compiled by Leighton Machin.