Worksop’s domination of the Parry Cup, the association’s 93-year-old trophy, was complete when St. John’s and Sir Edmund Hillary claimed the last two semi-final places.
St. John’s eased to victory over Norbridge with goals from Callum Allison Edwards, Evan Bownes, Cameron Baines and Luca Padley while Sir Edmund Hillary beat Carr Hill with equal ease, thanks to two goals each from Joe Bean, Jaiden Pigott,Brendon Durrant and Vinnie Elliott.
The semi-final draw will see current holders Prospect Hill meet St. John’s while Sir Edmund Hillary travel to Sparken Hill.
Carlton Ramsden and Tuxford broke Worksop’s monopoly in the Middle Divisions Cup when Carlton Ramsden’s Reece McMillan, Josh Davey Sam Keeling and Charlie Smith hit five without reply against St Anne’s while Tuxford overcame Clarborough 5-1 when Jensen Reed and Oscar Robinson shared the goals.
The semi-final draw is made up by Holy Family who travel to Carlton and the all-conquering Priory who travel to Tuxford.
Interest and talent extends to the furthest points of Bassetlaw where Misson are still unbeaten and Dunham-on-Trent are vyeing for honours after Dunham comprehensively defeated Leverton 10-4 with Lewis Reah, Henry Cobb, Riley Simpson-Kane and Alex Jackson all getting on the scoresheet.
Bassetlaw Boys final trial will be held on the Sparken Hill ground tonight when among the boys invited are Jake Sykes (Sturton-le-Steeple); Adam Capsticks (Leverton); Jack Spolander, Connor Witts (Sparken Hill); Jamie Towell, Joel Ward, Matthew Cawkill (Priory); Leo Eccleston (Holy Family); Charlie White (Gateford Park); Alfie Parnell (Redlands); Finlay Watt (Misson); Mason Bridden (Langold); Oliver Elgy (Haggonfields); Callum Hooley (Kingston); Cameron Baines, Callum Allison-Edwards, Evan Bownes (St. John’s); Zak Berridge, James Hayes, and Aaron Redfern (Prospect Hill).