Innings - Division Two champions.Innings - Division Two champions.
Innings - Division Two champions.
Kilton Rovers were 5-2 winners over Langold OBs in the Worksp Sunday League's Dave Crisp Challenge Cup semi-final.

Games between these two sides are always very competitive and this one was no different with referee Andy Jarvis doing well to keep the action flowing as Kilton ran out worthy, comfortable winners to reach the final thanks to goals by Button (2), Durrant, Jacks and Thompson.

This weekend sees Shireoaks Inn entertain Division One winners Greendale Oak in the second semi-final at Costhorpe with Greendale aiming for a domestic double.

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However, Steve Hemmings' men are a much improved outfit this season and will be looking to upset the favourites and reach the final.

The final will be played at Manton Sports on Sunday, 23rd May (11am).

This will be the final game of the season and all are welcome to attend.

Innings FC completed the season with a narrow 4-3 defeat to league runners-up Polo Pukz FC.

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Polo took the lead with a well-placed free-kick before the league's top goal scorer Ricky Bolton levelled the game up, with the score remaining 1-1 at half-time.

In the early stages of the second half, Polo were awarded a penalty which was converted to restore their lead.

Blaine Humphrey then headed in from a Kristoff Boynton cross to make it 2-2.

Polo took the lead again for a third time after a defensive mix before going on to get a fourth and giving themselves a two-goal cushion.

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Blaine Humphrey got his second goal of the day and Innings' third with under 10 minutes to go.

But, despite late efforts, Polo Pukz saw the game out to beat the title winners.

Despite the defeat, spirits were still high afterwards as the league trophy was presented to brothers Tom and Joe Medlycott.

In the end Innings delivered the Division Two title and the Worksop Leisure Leagues Six-a-side Division One trophy won earlier this year, to their home, the Innings, and thanked Mark and Theresa for their continued support for the team.

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If any Worksop Sunday Leagues sides want opposition this weekend, then Langwith Whitestar of the Mansfield Sunday league are looking for a friendly. Their pitch is available but Whitestar are happy to play away.

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