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West Kent Sunday League Report Sunday 30th April 2017

With the League's four Divisions now complete, attention turns to the final stages of the WKSFL cup competitions. The Intermediate and Junior Cup Finals both took place at Crowborough Community Stadium

WKSFL Intermediate Cup Final

Gardener's Arms capped a memorable season with a 4-0 win over Pembury Sunday. They added the Intermediate Cup Trophy to the Division Two Champions award. A hat-trick from top goalscorer Karl Smith, his third of the season, included a penalty. John Sinclair scored the fourth. Ben Carter's most clean sheets trophy will be added to the collection at the League Presentations on Friday night. He kept his 13th shut-out of the season. Overall, Gardener's season record reads :PL 24, W 20, Drawn 3 Lost 1 Goals scored 88 goals conceded 15. And there were two other clean sheets with Smith in goal deputising when Carter was injured!

Pembury Sunday FC
Pembury Sunday FC
Gardener's Arms FC
Gardener's Arms FC
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Gardener's Arms captain Lee Hollands receives the Intermediate Cup
from WKSFL Committee man Tony Vanns

WKSFL Junior Cup Final

FC Grinstead, Division Four Runner's up, excelled themselves to win the Junior Cup with a narrow 2-1 win against Division Three winners Bricklayer's Arms. Charlie Barwell scored both goals for FC Grinstead, countering the strike by Dan Lawrence for the Bricks.

Bricklayer's Arms FC
Bricklayer's Arms FC
FC Grinstead
FC Grinstead
Junior_Cup
FC Grinstead captain receives the Junior Cup from WKSFL Committee man Geoff Mills
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WKSFL Spring Cup Senior Section Semi Final


Artois United will meet arch-rivals Simla in the final of the WKSFL Spring Cup Senior section on May 14th. They made comletely sure of it by crushing Brenchley 8-1 at the Memorial Ground. A long list of goalscorers is headed by a brace from Tim Maynard. Add to that single goals by Jake Miller, Jack Funnell, Alfie Hall, Josh Marshall, Ayrton Phillips and Connor Morrow. Brenchley's consolation strike was by Mike Williams.


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