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  • Writer's pictureRob Stevens

Singh Sabha beat Britwell to set-up Slough Town Premier Cup final with Old Windsor

PICTURE: Singh Sabha will have the chance to retain the Slough Town Premier Cup in the final against Old Windsor on Friday 15 April at Burnham Football Club (10.30am).

Singh Sabha remain on course to retain the Slough Town Premier Cup this season after beating Britwell 4-2 in extra time on Saturday.

Sabha were the last team to win the Cup back in 2019 and will now meet Premier Division rivals Old Windsor in the final on Good Friday (15 April, 10.30am KO).

The visitors to the Chicken Ranch showed their battling qualities to twice come from behind to level the scores as the Semi Finals tie finished 2-2. Aaron Toner and Ayden Coomber gave Britwell the lead but, Mubarak Bashir and Nav Samra pegged them back. The game went into extra time where Pritpal Raju and Nadeer Shafi netted in the final 15 minutes to secure a place in the final.

Frontline Reserves made it through to the Slough Town Junior Cup final after a comprehensive 5-1 win against Reading YMCA Vets. Lorent Baleci helped himself to a hat-trick with Yusuf Mohamed scoring twice in the victory.

Frontline Reserves will meet either Old Windsor Reserves or FC Deportivo Reserves in the Cup final on 20 April (7.30pm).

Old Windsor will host Stoke Poges in the Quarter Finals of the League Cup this season after a 3-1 victory over Southcote. Harry Farnan scored either side of the break for The Os with Chris Tierney also on target in the second half. Southcote’s goal came from Nick Parfitt.

Old Windsor Reserves made smooth progress into the last eight of the Presidents Cup with a 6-0 success at The Riverside. There was a first-half brace from Laith Belkacem, with further goals from Michael Costello, Luke Wade, William Cross and Jack Stevens. The Os will go to Southcote in the Quarter Finals.

Iver Heath moved up three places to fifth position in the Premier Division after a 3-1 home win against KS Gryf, who missed the chance to reclaim second spot.

PICTURE: The current Premier Division table (accurate on 28 February).

Sean Harris scored twice for bottom side Cressex in an entertaining 4-4 draw at Pundit. Mitch Price also netted as the points were shared.

Baylis United won the latest Showcase Match with a 3-2 success over Eton Wick. The Wick goals came from Jamie Asleet and substitute Dean James, while Alexis Lyle was shown a red card. The victory means Baylis leapfrog Eton Wick into fifth place in Division One and now just three points behind the promotion spots.

There was nothing to separate Braywood Beavers and Winkfield Reserves in a 1-1 draw leaving them eighth and ninth in the table respectively.

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