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Wait for silverware goes on for leaders
4:10pm Tuesday 15th April 2014 in Sport
As the season draws to a close there are going to be some very interesting games in all divisions which will decide where the silverware goes.
In Division One the big game was Mill Hill and Oswaldtwistle St Mary’s and defending champions Mill Hill gained sweet revenge for the defeat they suffered last month with a 3-0 victory, but the title challenge will go to the final game when Mill Hill entertain Clifton in two weeks time.
Station and Beehive fought out a very entertaining local derby but the bragging rights belong to Beehive as they completed a double over their rivals with a 3-2 win, Longshaw and New Gardeners fought out a end to end game which ended all square at 2-2.
In Division Two the fight for promotion will go to the wire as Whinney Hill will have to wait to see if they will get that final promotion spot as brought their excellent season to a close with a 4-0 win over Rishton Roebuck.
Crown Paints must now be favourites to go up as they came out top in a very high scoring game 9-4 against Darwen Victoria.
Crown now must win their last two games and they will gain their place in the top flight.
Great Harwood Rovers just edged out The Anchor with a 2-1 victory.
In Division three Whinney Hill Colts need a point to clinch the league title but they went down to a shock 1-0 defeat at home to a very good Gastec Celtic side, while second placed Helmshore Harriers let a three goal lead slip as they fought out a 4-4 draw with Golden Cup.
Hyndburn Youth ended Brown Cow Olympics promotion push in a hard fought 1-1 draw, while King Edward had a good 3-1 win over Rishton Rangers.
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