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By Liam Moakes Monday 18 February 2013 Updated: 20/02 16:11
BRT REDDITCH & South Warwickshire Combination Premier Division leaders Black Horse continued their fantastic 100 per cent record this season with a 3-2 extra time cup win over AFC Bentley to progress to the BCFA Sunday Cup quarter-finals.
There was plenty of cup action in the Redditch league as Greenlands saw the underdogs victorious in two dramatic divisional cup penalty shoot-outs.
Taylor's late penalty equaliser in extra time clinched a 1-1 draw for JMC United against Redditch CC in the Studley Charity Cup and JMC then prevailed 5-3 on spot kicks to end their poor run of results against the unbeaten league side.
Rocklands held their nerve to get the better of Division Two leaders Washford Lions 7-6 on penalties after a 2-2 draw after extra time in the Steven Troth Cup.
In the same competition Bren Bartlett's four goals made sure Millfield Rovers did not need penalties in a 6-1 victory over Beoley Village.
In the Premier Division, the chasing pack sent out high-scoring victory warnings to leaders Black Horse.
Church Hill were ruthless in an 8-3 victory over Wychbold RBL, whilst Dean Beegan's hat-trick powered Athletico to a 7-1 victory over Hizza United.
Webheath also went goal crazy over bottom club Studley Sporting in an 8-1 win and Stuart Butcher scored twice as Austin Ex-Apprentices beat Rubery Bridge 3-1.
In Division One, South Redditch remain in touching distance of the top after a 2-0 win over fellow title challengers Thomas Brothers in which Declan Gilsennan and Rob Voice scored the goals.
Ryan Field bagged a hat-trick including one goal from the kick-off as Sporting Club Redditch closed in on the Division Three leaders with a 7-2 win at Shakespeare, whilst Dagnell End Rovers also closed the gap at the top with a 3-1 win over second placed Woodrow.
This coming Sunday five Redditch league teams go in search of a Worcestershire FA county cup final place.
Sunday's results: BCFA FA Sunday Cup - Black Horse 3 (Hall 2, J Blake) AFC Bentley 2 (AET).
Premier Division - Athletico 7 (Dean Beegan 3, Powell, L Broadhurst, Jenning, Damion) Hizza United 1 (Skidmore); Austin Ex-Apprentices 3 (Butcher 2, Pilgrim) Rubery Bridge 1 (Bird); Webheath 8 (Turner 2, Powell 2, Russell 2, Biddle, Kandekore) Studley Sporting 1 (Coy); Wychbold RBL 3 (Parker, Sohal 2) Church Hill 8 (Hill 2, Maynard 2, Basey 2, O'Brien, Bunn).
Division One - South Redditch 2 (Gilsennan, Voice) Thomas Brothers 0.
Division Three - Woodrow 1 Dagnell End Rovers 3: Shakespeare 2 (Blundell 2) Sporting Club Redditch 7 (Ryan Field 3, Still 2, Sharpe, Stone).
Studley Charity Cup - Redditch Cricket Club 1 (Green) JMC United 1 (Taylor) (AET, JMC Utd won 5-3 on pens).
Steven Troth Cup - Millfield Rovers 6 (Bren Bartlett 4, Chance, Coates) Beoley Village 1; Rocklands 2 (Amos, Wilkes) Washford Lions 2 (Hay, Jovanovic) (AET, Rocklands won 7-6 on pens).
Hunt Crane Cup - Wythall Wanderers 5 (Chris Ketebu 3, Harbourne, Collins) Kingfisher Angling 3 (Capewell, Cooke, Reeves).
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