IT HAS been a month to savour for Austin Ex-Apprentices who, fresh from being crowned Redditch & South Warwickshire Combination Premier Division champions, have since won two cups.
Austin won the BRT Terry Cup as they defeated CBH Fasteners 4-0 in last Thursday’s final and followed that up on Sunday by beating Haunchwood Sports of Nuneaton 6-5 on penalties in the BCFA Roger Wood Memorial Cup final after the match had ended 2-2 at full time.
The Subsidiary Cup final was due to be played last night (Thursday) between South Redditch and Millfield Rovers at Studley FC. Rovers booked their place in the final by beating Rubery Bridge 3-2 in Sunday’s semi-final.
Red Lion have won Division One with a game remaining, currently sitting on 58 points from a possible 63, following their 2-2 draw against second placed Studley Railway.
In the other games in this division New Woodland Cottage beat Royal Oak Alcester 4-1, Rubery Legends defeated VKL United 2-0 and Beoley Village thumped AFC Lions 7-0 as Sean Meek bagged a hat-trick.
Third placed Winyates Wanderers were 7-0 winners over Redditch Town.
Results: BCFA Roger Wood Memorial Cup final – Austin Ex-Apprentices 2 Haunchwood 2 (Austin won 6-5 on penalties).
Subsidiary Cup semi-final – Rubery Bridge 2 (Smith 2) Millfield Rovers 3 (Lowe, Barrheh, Cummings).
Division One – Red Lion 2 (Smith, McNally) Studley Railway 2; New Woodland Cottage 4 (Ryan Butler, Adam Crombie, Ray Butters, Lorcan Davenport) Royal Oak Alcester 1 (Tony Tyrell); Rubery Legends 2 (Jamie Larner, Adam Doupe) VKL United 0; Beoley Village 7 (Sean Meek 3, Jamie Pugh 2, Fareed Obadiah, Mario Prota) AFC Lions 0; Winyates Wanderers 7 (Ben Rogers 2, Ryan Sutton, Dave Phelan, Lee Bourke, Richard Lane, OG) Redditch Town 0.