WSFL Junior Cup Final

Met Police (Bushey) clinched the trophy after they caused an upset to overcome Dome Bar Area 3-1.

Division Four outfit Met produced a classy display and they opened up a three-goal advantage against their Division Three opponents.

Man-of-the-match Richard Taylor grabbed a brace for Police and Dan Branch was also on target.

The lead didn’t come under threat until the final 20 minutes. Bar came close on several occasions and they pulled a goal back through Angelo Napolitano.

However, it was too late to impact the final result and Met Police were able to celebrate at full-time.

WSFL Invitation Cup Final

In an entertaining final, Hammer Reserves were crowned champions as they defeated Langleybury Cricket Club 3-2 on Wednesday of last week.

Jack Bishop, Mark Hansard and Ben Dunton all netted for Hammer while goals from Matt Honey and Ryan Lock were not enough for Bury.

Premier Division Oakview are closing in on the title after they recorded a 5-3 win against fellow challengers St Josephs.

Tim O’Mara grabbed a double in the victory while Adam Lowton, Ben Alexander and Lee Grace were also on target for the visitors.

Jack Brown, Alex Brown and Liam Sonner replied for the home side but their efforts were ultimately only consolations.

With one game remaining, Oakview are just a single point away from clinching the title. They face Oxhey Estates while Joes’ final match is against fourth-placed Bushey.

Division One

The title race will go down to the final day as second-placed side Evergreen take on current league leaders Mill End Sports.

The current gap between the sides is two points and Mill End know a draw or victory will be enough to clinch top spot. Evergreen need a victory if they are to secure the title.

Mill End were in ruthless form on Sunday as they completed a 6-0 win against FC Crescent.

Glen O’Malley produced an impressive performance as he netted four times while Jordan Robinson and Darren Girdler also found the net.

Rifle Volunteer cemented third place in the table after they thrashed Cassiobury Rangers 5-1.

An own goal, plus further strikes from Gary Froy, Kevin West, Adam Doe and Hugh Trayte sealed a comfortable win. Nick White netted the Rangers consolation.

Division Two

Green Dragon Reserves are on the verge of winning the division after they overcame Langleybury CC 6-5. Braces from Dean Parratt and Martin Stevens plus singles from Sam Margerisson and Lewis Walker proved enough for Dragon.

Matin Absolom, Matt Honey (2), Andrew Cheeseman and Sam Toms scored for Bury but they proved not to be enough.

Dragon take on Sun Postal Sports in a double header this weekend and know a single victory will see them crowned champions. Sun have claimed just three points in the league all season.

Division Three

Shenley Wood recorded their most comprehensive win of the campaign as they thumped Racing Santandome 10-1.

Jamie Hazel was the stand-out performer as he netted five times while Nick Martin grabbed a hat-trick and Dean Lewis ended with a brace. Scott Porter scored the solitary Racing reply.

Oxhey Lions moved into third place as they completed a 1-0 win aginst RD FC thanks to a strike from Jamie Kern.

Division Four

Rickmansworth Athletic rounded off their season with a 5-1 win against Green Dragon Reserves.

Athletic’s top scorer Shane Kitts again proved his quality as he netted four times while Connor Haynes was also on target.

Dragon’s Ali McGifford scored a consolation.