- Lewes beat Huddersfield Town 4-0 to win FAW Premier League Plate
- Spurs reserves clinch league/cup double after beating Blackburn Rovers 3-1 in extra time in the Reserves League Cup
- Burgess Hill Town make it a Sussex double as they defeat Cray Valley 2-1 – also after extra time – in the South East Counties Chairman’s Cup final
- And Parkwood Rangers achieve their own league-and-cup double with a 6-0 League Cup victory over Worthing
Lewes carved their name into Premier League history by winning the league’s Plate competition with a 4-0 victory over Huddersfield Town – their first national trophy. Continue reading
South East Counties Women’s League Cup final: Bexhill United 0-3 Herne Bay
Herne Bay made it five trophies in two seasons after claiming the SECW League Cup
Underdogs Herne Bay clinched a trophy double for the second year in succession – and sent out a warning to the clubs they are set to face next season.
In only their second year in existence, Bay grabbed their fifth title – and this one must have tasted particularly sweet as they beat the champions of the league above them. Continue reading
South East Counties Women’s League Cup final: Bexhill United v Herne Bay, Three Bridges, April 27 2014, 2pm
Bexhill United clinched the league title last Sunday (Photo: Kate Wilde)
Two of the South East’s most successful grassroots women’s sides this season meet on Sunday to battle for a cup that would give one of them a magnificent trophy double.
Bexhill United, who clinched the SECWL Premier Division championship last weekend, may start as favourites against Herne Bay, who are currently second in the division below – South East Division One. Continue reading