Kilton go Roving into cup final with Langold victory


Langold Lakeside 0

Kilton Rovers 2

Third division Kilton Rovers have reached the final of the Benevolent Cup, in their first season in the league.

Their 2-0 win over fellow Division Three side Langold Lakeside ensured an 11th May final spot against treble chasing Worksop Borough or current cup holders Vine FC.

Those two sides play each other this Sunday in the other semi-final.

Rovers will of course be underdogs and have a nervy end to the season as they are battling for promotion from the third division.

All credit must go to the youngsters of Kilton Rovers for achieving a cup final in their first ever season however.


Only a disaster would prevent Worksop Borough from becoming Division One champions.

They have been the league’s most consistent team this season and will be desperate for the title having been pipped to the post in the final minute of the final game of last season.

Manton Club JFC have secured back to back titles having been crowned Division Two champions two weeks ago.

They have their final game of the season against Yates United this Sunday.

Meanwhile Three Lions are in control of their own destiny in Division Three.

Only defeats in the run in could cost them the league title, with cup finalists Kilton Rovers ready to pounce on any slip up.


The Hornes Construction Ltd Worksop Sunday League are looking for new teams for the 2014/15 season.

To set up a new team costs in the region of £300.

The league are able to provide pitches in the Worksop and Carlton areas.

Along with kits and pitch costs, another cost to consider is the payment of referees by the home side.

The league boasts a regularly updated website, a lively Facebook page and weekly coverage – including team photos – in the Worksop Guardian sport section.

Anyone interested in joining the Sunday League should contact Rob Horne on 07789 646 199