THERE were goals galore in Redditch & South Warwickshire Combination Division One on Sunday as 24 were scored in four matches.
Beoley Village beat Winyates Wanderers 1-0 thanks to a Ryan Richards goal and lowly AFC Lions narrowly lost 5-3 to Redolence Park as Ashley Atkinson and Tim Lees bagged braces for the respective sides.
Redditch Cross lost 4-2 to title hopefuls Studley Railway and leaders Red Lion thumped Redditch Town 9-0 as McNally and Street both scored hat-tricks.
New boy Joe Mayo-Braiden scored in his first game for Millfield Rovers to help them beat Rubery Legends 3-1 in Group Three of the Subsidiary Cup.
New Woodland Cottage came from behind again in the Hunt Crane Cup semi-final to beat VKL 3-2 after extra time and book their place in the final against Millfield Rovers on Thursday, May 5 (7pm) at Studley FC.
Rubery Bridge are out of the Kidderminster Hospital Junior Cup after a 4-0 loss to Woodside United in round three.
Results: Division One – Beoley Village 1 (Ryan Richards) Winyates Wanderers 0; AFC Lions 3 (Ashley Atkinson 2, Tommy Williams) Redolence Park 5 (Tim Lees 2, Laan David, Paul Jeynes, Andy Seager); Redditch Cross 2 (Higgins, Priddle) Studley Railway 4 (Bauben, Rowland, Rignall, Hands); Redditch Town 0 Red Lion 9 (McNally 3, Street 3, Williams 2, Harrison).
Subsidiary Cup Group Three – Millfield Rovers 3 (Joe Mayo-Braiden, S Smith, J Wright) Rubery Legends 1 (J Trevis).
Hunt Crane Cup semi-final – VKL 2 (Liam Robinson, Rob French) New Woodland Cottage 3 (Ryan Butler, Stu Byng, Bradley Hawtin) (AET, 2-2 after 90 mins).
Kidderminster Hospital Junior Cup – Woodside United 4 Rubery Bridge 0.