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Bush and Pensnett to meet in final of Ray Turley Memorial Competition
11:41am Thursday 24th April 2014 in Football
BUSH Athletic beat Britannia 1-0 to reach the finals of the Dudley and Cradley Heath Sunday League's Ray Turley Memorial Competition.
The only goal of the game came in the second half when Lee Chilton netted for the home side.
Bush will be joined in the final by Pensnett United after they beat King William 2-0.
In group one of the John Higham Memorial Trophy, Malt Dudley beat Dudley Borough United 4-0.
All goals came in the second period. Wayne Marsh scored from the spot and then within a few minutes Rich Fellows made it 2-0. To seal the win Phil Vickers slotted two home before the final whistle.
In group two, Hadcroft Rovers beat Barley Mow Wanderers 3-1.
In an end to end game it was Barley Mow who took the lead with a goal from Donny Shinn on 20 minutes. Chris Smith then equalised for Hadcroft on the half hour mark when he latched on to a perfect long ball from Chris Horton.
In the second half the game could have gone either way but on 80 minutes David Chambers hit a 20 yard screamer that flew into the top of the net to give Hadcroft the lead once more. With only seconds to go, David Chambers sealed their semi-final place.
Halesowen Members beat Forest Falcons 4-0 away in Division One.
Halesowen opened the scoring on 10 minutes through Lewis Jones. The second half was a tight affair and with 10 minutes to go it could have gone either way, but it was Robert Byrd for Halesowen that hit the killer blow. Jones then completed his hat-trick with two goals in six minutes to seal the win.
Kewford Eagles Seniors lost 5-4 at home to Bunch.
Lloyds 2 - 6 Coseley Tavern
A re-run of the Dalley Cup final from last week saw Coseley beat Lloyds 6-2 away. Coseley opened the scoring on 20 minutes with a goal from Damon Rogers before two goals from Ben Scrivens have Coseley a 3-0 half time lead.
Start Hillman hit his 51st goal of the season to make it 4-0 before Lloyds hit back with two goals of their own from Lee Witts and Jason Witts. However, Stuart Hillman then completed his hat trick with two goals before the final whistle.