AFC Sudbury will have two teams in the semi-finals of this season’s Suffolk Women’s Cup.
It will be the first time that both the club’s first and Reserve teams have reached the final four of the competition.
All four of Sunday’s quarter-final ties produced conclusive winners – AFC Sudbury’s first team and Needham Market both scoring ten and nine times against Brantham Athletic and Woodbridge Town respectively. Needham Market players (left to right) Abbie Fisher, Lina Nagib and Lois Balfour are pictured above celebrating one of the goals. Photograph: Ben Pooley.
The other two ties saw AFC Sudbury Reserves beat Bungay Town 4-0 and Haverhill Rovers end 3-0 victors over Brett Vale.
The draw for the semi-finals will be announced on Thursday night at 8.30pm during BBC Radio Suffolk’s Non-League Hour.
Also through to the semi-finals of a county cup are Ipswich Wanderers in the CNet Training Suffolk Senior Cup.
They overcame lower-league Henley Athletic 2-0 to become the first team to book their place in the final four of this season’s competition.
Meanwhile, Old Newton United won 4-2 against Waveney in their second-round tie which went ahead at the third attempt.
They will now travel to AFC Sudbury Reserves in the quarter-finals this coming Saturday.
The outstanding Parkers Pitches Suffolk Junior Cup Third Round tie on Saturday saw Tattingstone win 2-0 at Thurston to set up a quarter-final meeting with Sporting 87 early next month.
In the Best Badges Suffolk Veterans’ Cup Second Round Waveney Athletic won 4-2 on penalties after a 2-2 draw at BOCA Norman Warriors, while Walsham-le-Willows were 3-0 winners away to Cockfield United.
Waveney Athletic will now travel to holders Whitton United while Walsham will entertain Cornard United in the third round this coming Sunday.
Coplestonians are already through to the quarter-finals after third-round opponents Beccles Caxton withdrew from the competition.
County cup action continues on Tuesday night with two first-round ties in the Turners Hyundai Suffolk Premier Cup.
CNet Training Suffolk Senior Cup Second Round: Waveney 2 Old Newton Utd 4, played at Old Newton
CNet Training Suffolk Senior Cup Quarter-Final: Ipswich Wanderers 2 Henley Athletic 0.
Parkers Pitches Suffolk Junior Cup Third Round: Thurston 0 Tattingstone Utd 2.
Suffolk Women’s Cup Quarter-Finals: AFC Sudbury Res 4 Bungay Town 0, Brantham Athletic 1 AFC Sudbury 10, Haverhill Rovers 3 Brett Vale 0, Needham Market 9 Woodbridge Town 0.
Best Badges Suffolk Veterans’ Cup Second Round: BOCA Norman Warriors 4 Waveney Athletic 4 – Waveney Athletic won 4-2 on pens, Cockfield Utd 0 Walsham-le-Willows 3
Turners Hyundai Suffolk Premier Cup First Round: Stowmarket Town v Lowestoft Town (7.45pm), Whitton Utd v Walsham-le-Willows (7.45pm).