PENSNETT United won the Dudley and Cradley Heath Sunday League's Ray Turley Memorial Competition with a 4-2 victory against Bush Athletic.

Bush had taken a two-goal lead with a brace from Lee Chilton before Pensnett halved the lead before the break after a strike from Chris Bayliss.

Pensnett then took control of the game, which took place on Friday, May 9, thanks to second half with goals from Joe Lawley, Shaun Saunders and Arron Lloyd.

However, Bush Athletic did not have to wait long to get their revenge.

The same teams contested rearranged final of the Thornleigh Freight Trophy just two days later and Bush reversed the scoreline to take the trophy with a 4-2.

In the Premier Division, Malt Dudley beat Willenhall Three Crowns 8-0 away from home.

Hat-tricks for both Wayne Marsh and Mark Homer were added to by strikes from Phil Vickers and Darren Finch.

Sedgley White Lion came out on top of a nine goal thriller against Britannia.

Britannia 4 - 5 Sedgley White lion

Britannia took the lead on 20 minutes when Alex Hill scrambled the ball home. On 30 minutes, a great finish from Hill ?made it 2-0 before Sedgley's Michael Croughan pulled one back before the break.

?Sedgley started the second half strong and had the scores level within two minutes when Michael Croughan scored from the edge of the box.

Britannia came straight back at Sedgley and took the lead again when Alex Hill completed his hat-trick on 50 minutes to make it 3-2.

Again Sedgley came back when Chris Campbell headed home. The same happened when Alex Hill put Britannia back in front with his fourth of the game on 62 minutes only for Croughan to make it 4-4 with 20 minutes still to play.

Sedgley took the lead for the first time on 80 minutes when Chris Campbell's second gave his side all three points.

Hadcroft Rovers lost 6-2 at home to Halesowen Members in Division One.

Fixtures: Thursday, May 15 - Premier Division: King William v Pensnett United, Dudley Wood P1.

Sunday, May 18 - Joe Stanton Memorial Trophy Final, 6pm at Gornal AFC: Lloyds v Pensnett United

Premier Division: Bush Athletic v Malt Dudley, Dudley Wood P1.