LANGHO take on Preston Wanderers on Friday (April 20) looking to win the LFA Amateur Cup for the first time in the club’s history.
The East Lancashire League side booked their place in the final following a 3-1 penalty shoot-out win over Winstanley St Aidans (picture below) – one of seven games they had to win to reach the
County Ground, Leyland (ko 7pm).
Mill Hill are also in the hunt for county glory when they face New Farington House in the LFA Sunday Trophy final on Wednesday, April 25 (ko 7pm).
The Accrington Combination cup finals will once again by held on Accrington Stanley’s Crown Ground.
Crown Rovers and Park, currently battling it out for the Division One title, meet in the Walmsley Cup final on Tuesday, May 8.
The Allan Mason Cup final on Thursday, May 10 sees Victory face Commercial on Thursday, May 10 while Park are in cup final action on Tuesday, May 15 when they face Ossie St Mary’s (all kick off at
The East Lancashire League’s Bob Little Cup final takes place on Tuesday, May 1 with the Reserve Cup final on Tuesday, May 8 and President’s Cup final on Thursday, May 10.
All finals will be held Padiham FC’s Arbories (ko 7pm).
Padiham is also the venue for the Burnley Sunday League’s cup finals.
The Little Queens take on Sabden in the Harry Briggs Trophy final on Sunday, April 22.
Dugdale Arms Youth play Barrowford Celtic Youth in the Surridge Division One Cup final on Sunday, April 29 while the Towneley Cup final takes place on Sunday, May 6.