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Bottesford lift the Newark Alliance Pat Jepson Memorial Trophy





It took a goal in extra-time goal to decide the winner of this year’s Pat Jepson Memorial in the Newark Alliance on Sunday.

The final of the Division One cup competition was played between Bottesford Sunday and Skillington Beehive at Collingham.

Nine points separate the sides in the league, but the cup game was much closer.

Bottesford were crowned the winner of the Newark Alliance Pat Jepson Memorial Trophy after a late extra time goal. Photo: Dennis Rawle
Bottesford were crowned the winner of the Newark Alliance Pat Jepson Memorial Trophy after a late extra time goal. Photo: Dennis Rawle

After the two sides could not be separated in normal time – which ended goal-less – Oliver Skinner popped up with the extra-time winner.

The cup finals continue this weekend when the top two sides in the Premier Division do battle in the Sam Arnold Memorial Trophy.

This will also be played at Collingham on Sunday (kick-off 2pm).

It could be a double celebration for Farnsfield after they were crowned Premier League champions for the first time.

They sealed top spot with a goal-less draw at second-placed Holy Trinity 1sts. The result puts them three points ahead of the Newark side.

Third-placed Walesby enjoyed a 7-1 home won over second-from-bottom Hawtonville.

Zach Casburn struck a hat-trick with Freddie Atkins, Aiden Dawson, Daniel King and Brandon Lee also on the scoresheet. Andra Wilson got Hawtonville’s consolation.

In Division One, Holy Trinity Reserves were 4-2 home winners over Harrowby Salmons thanks to goals from Curtis Mallett, James Miller, Raitis Senbergs and Samuel Richards.

Laxton Athletic suffered a 3-2 home loss to Newark Town Sunday 1sts, despite a brace from William Smith. Strikes by Adam Britten, Stefan Lucian Farcasanu and Harry Lee-Brown secured the win for Newark.

Trent Albion won 2-1 at home to Rose and Crown Reserves thanks to goals from Daryl Price and Sam Long.

In Division Two, Coddington enjoyed a 6-4 home win over AFC Colsterworth, with seven goals coming in the first-half. Coddington's goals were scored by Michael Knott (2) Ricky Gamwell, Tomas Jordan, James Savidge and substitute Bradan Barnett.

The Three Gables were 3-1 winners at The Bramley Apple Sunday after scoring twice in the second-half.

Newark Town Sunday Reserves were held to a 2-2 home draw against Bleasby in a game that saw Newark’s Marek Glyda sent-off.

Town’s goals came from Marinel Costoiu and Marian Stefan, while Jacob Collen and Michael Cannon – who scored a 90th-minute winner – were on the scoresheet for Bleasby.



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