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Bee Hive buzzing ahead of LFA Trophy showdown
11:03am Tuesday 10th December 2013 in Sport
BEE HIVE are buzzing ahead of their vital Lancashire FA Sunday Trophy quarter final clash next weekend after a resounding 9-1 win against AMT Lawyers in the Blackburn Sunday League.
It was an incredible outcome in the Pelle Menswear Division One clash given the fact that the match was 0-0 at the break and AMT had never conceded more than four goals in a game.
It was perfect preparation for Sunday’s trip to Aspull Juniors as the aim to reach the semi finals.
Oswaldtwistle St Mary’s, who were without a game at the weekend, are also still in the competition and have home advantage against Trophy holders Cleveleys WMC.
New Gardener’s convincingly beat Havelock 4-0 to stay in third place while Station put up a spirited display against league leaders Clifton but went down 5-2.
Second-placed Mill Hill – six points behind but with two games in hand – ran out easy winners 5-0 against Longshaw.
In Station Hotel Division Two, Royal Oak carried on their pursuit of the title with a 5-0 beating of promotion rivals JQ Plumbing.
The battle for second place will go to the wire with four clubs battling for promotion – Rishton Roebuck had a excellent 6-1 away win at Black Bull while Whinney Hill could only manage a 2-2 draw against Great Harwood Rovers.
Stanhill WMC did their promotion chances no harm with a 5-1 win over Darwen Victoria and Crown Paints just got the better of The Anchor 3-2 in the Darwen Derby clash.
In Mill Hill Car Centre Division Three, the top four teams all met. Helmshore and Whinney Hill Colts top the table and they could not be separated as they battled out a 1-1 draw.
Brown Cow beat Brown Cow Olympic 6-0 to dent their close rivals hopes. Rishton Rangers won 3-2 against Green Squirrel and Golden Cup beat Wellington 7-3. Gastec Celtic defeated Hyndburn Youth 3-0.
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