SUNDAY COMBINATION: Margaret’s set up final showdown with Blakesley

STILL DELIVERING - Sunday Combination outfit Royals FC marked their 30th anniversary with a special challenge match at Abington Park on Sunday, with a Royals Over-30s team (above, in red) taking on the Royals Under-30s, and it was the youngsters that emerged as 2-0 winners.  Founded in 1985 as a works team for the Royal Mail, Royals have been eve-presents ever since on the Northampton Sunday morning scene, first in the Northants Alliance League and latterly in the Northants Combination. The club still fields two teams every Sunday morning (Picture: Dave Ikin)
STILL DELIVERING - Sunday Combination outfit Royals FC marked their 30th anniversary with a special challenge match at Abington Park on Sunday, with a Royals Over-30s team (above, in red) taking on the Royals Under-30s, and it was the youngsters that emerged as 2-0 winners. Founded in 1985 as a works team for the Royal Mail, Royals have been eve-presents ever since on the Northampton Sunday morning scene, first in the Northants Alliance League and latterly in the Northants Combination. The club still fields two teams every Sunday morning (Picture: Dave Ikin)

St Margaret’s secured their place in the final of the Ken Parker League Cup thanks to a 3-1 victory over Standens Barn.

Goals from Perry Wells, Caston Geui and Lynval Da Costa secured the win as Ben Foster’s reply proved nothing more than a consolation.

St Margaret’s will meet Blakesley in the showpiece after the villagers eased past Kingsthorpe Wanderers.

Efforts from Jamie Cunningham, James Sugrue, George Bonifas and John Brothwood secured a 4-1 success, with Ashley Clamp issuing a reply.

Division One

DEVONSHIRE CLUB kept their slim title hopes alive as Stephan Chambers and Kevin Westley steered them past Wootton Fields Wanderers.

Sam Hicks replied from the penalty spot, but the 2-1 win sees Devonshire sitting five points behind league leaders AFC Dee with two games to go.

Division Four

LEWIS COLLINS hit a hat-trick to help consign Vesta FC to a 16th league defeat in as many games.

Collins’ treble allied with efforts from Nick Marriott, Tom Littlemore and an own goal secured a 6-2 win for Welland Valley.

Leonard Crook and Olusola Awolesi replied for Vesta.

Ryan Thomas struck twice as AFC Thorpe beat Thorplands Club 81 4-3.

Byron O’Regan and Kyle Genner got the other goals, with Rich Dunkley, Lee Coles and Matt Goodship getting Thorplands on the scoresheet.

Veterans League

ROAD TO MOROCCO beat Peterborough Itter Park Rangers 7-1 to make the final of the Veterans League.

Matt Murphy and Rosko Cook both hit hat-tricks, with Steve Swan also on target.

Road to Morocco will play Weedon in the final after their beat Corby Eagles 5-4 on penalties following a 2-2 draw.

Veteran League A

MOULTON claimed an impressive 4-1 win against James King Blisworth.

Goals from Simon Linnell, Gregg Hodge, Craig Sampson and Steve Walters got the job done.