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Super Sunday set for Needham Market FC

NEEDHAM Market FC will host this season’s ‘Super Sunday’ on April 28th.

NEEDHAM Market FC will host this season’s ‘Super Sunday’ on April 28th.

The four adult men’s county cup finalists are now known following Sunday’s semi-final matches held on Sunday League Day.

The final of the Best Badges Suffolk Sunday Cup will see holders Moreton Hall Ferals take on two-time winners Kitchener Taverners.

A Callum Dove hat-trick helped Moreton Hall Ferals to defeat Premier Logos Bury & District Sunday League rivals Godolphin 4-0 in their last-four tie.

Asa Millard (pictured above) scored twice in the second-half to add to Ethan Clarke’s opener as Kitchener Taverners won 3-0 at fellow Ipswich Sunday Football League side Bourne Vale United.

Thetford Wanderers and Bury Bowl will meet in the final of the Best Badges Suffolk Sunday Shield.

Bedfield led 2-0 at the interval in the all-BDSL Division Two meeting, but Thetford Wanderers scored twice in the second period before going through 5-3 on penalties.

They will take on another BDSL Division Two side in Bury Bowl, who disposed of ISFL visitors Taverners 4-0 thanks to a hat-trick from Brandon Salisbury.

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Kitchener Taverners' captain Ethan Clarke (red & white shirt, centre) is pictured trying to tackle a Bourne Vale United opponent during Sunday's Best Badges Suffolk Sunday Cup Semi-Final. Clarke scored the opener for the visitors in their 3-0 win.

East will face West in this season’s Best Badges Suffolk Sunday Trophy Final.

Barton Mills won a penalty shoot-out 5-3 after a 1-1 draw at home to fellow BDSL Division Four side Risby Greens.

It looked as though Barton Mills had won the tie after taking the lead in the 96th minute only for Risby Greens to equalise three minutes later!

Their opponents in the final will be ISFL Division Two side Gardeners Arms, who edged a close game against BDSL Division Three visitors Haverhill Ex-Servicemen 2-1.

Whitton Colts, whose side includes some former Whitton United players, will meet Ransomes Sports in the Best Badges Suffolk Veterans’ Cup Final.

A 2-1 victory over Moulton saw Whitton Colts book their place in the final, while Ransomes Sports defeated holders Woodbridge Town 6-2.

The schedule of finals for ‘Super Sunday’ at Needham Market FC on Sunday, April 28th will be as follows:

 

Best Badges Suffolk Sunday Cup Final: Kitchener Taverners v Moreton Hall Youth Ferals, main pitch, 10.30am

Best Badges Suffolk Sunday Trophy Final: Barton Mills v Gardeners Arms, 3G pitch, 11am.

Best Badges Suffolk Veterans’ Cup Final: Whitton Colts v Ransomes Sports, main pitch, 2.30pm.

Best Badges Suffolk Sunday Shield Final: Bury Bowl v Thetford Wanderers, 3pm.

 

Weekend Results

 

Sunday

Best Badges Suffolk Sunday Cup Semi-Finals: Bourne Vale Utd 0 Kitchener Taverners 3, Moreton Hall Ferals 4 Godolphin 0.

Best Badges Suffolk Sunday Shield Semi-Finals: Bury Bowl 4 Taverners 0, Thetford Wanderers 2 Bedfield 2 - Thetford Wanderers won 5-3 on pens.

Best Badges Suffolk Sunday Trophy Semi-Finals: Barton Mills 1 Risby Greens 1 - Barton Mills won 5-4 on pens, Gardeners Arms 2 Haverhill Ex-Servicemen 1

Best Badges Suffolk Veterans’ Cup Semi-Finals: Whitton Colts 3 Moulton 2, Woodbridge Town 2 Ransomes Sports 6.

Suffolk Mixed Under-16 Plate Quarter-Final: Long Melford Black 0 Cornard Dynamos Red 1.

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