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Haverhill Sunday football round-up

By Liam Plumridge on Thursday, 15th April 2010.

MOUNT Pleasant will go into the final part of the Sudbury Sunday League season with an opportunity to win a potential four competitions after demolishing Lavenham 7-1 in Division One and declaring a two-legged two-horse race for the championship.

Pleasant have a game in hand over top of the table Woolpack but are only one point behind.

The two teams will meet this Sunday in Pleasant's first cup final of the season in the Division One Knockout Cup Final, 2pm kick-off, at West Wratting.

While Pleasant were in league competition, Woolpack first team also secured the opportunity to win four competitions this season with a 5-3 victory over Horse & Groom in the semi-final of the Treadfirst Challenge Cup.

In the Edan Trophy semi-final, Suffolk Punch of the fourth division secured their place in their second final of the season with a 3-2 victory over Arrendene Athletic.

Punch could yet secure a place in another final with an upcoming Referees Trophy semi-final and it could be aciheve a second successive promotion for Ashley Charlton's team.

In the Division Two Knockout Cup semi-final, Haverhill Royal Exchange were dumped out by Dragons 4-1.

Elsewhere in Division Two, Mount Pleasant Reserves were comfortably beaten 6-3 by Assington and Border Athletic mounted a late challenge for promotion to Division One with a 4-3 win over Lionhearts.

In Division Three, Figleaves's promotion chances took a blip with a 4-2 defeat by Club Bell. Sean Spiers scored two penalties for Bell as Figleaves remain top but with Glemsford Social Club and Arrendene both having six games in hand, Figleaves may be lucky to be at the top by the end of the season.

The in form GSC got an 8-1 win over Barnadiston Arms. AFC Thurlow also have a slight chance of promotion after a 2-0 away win at Cornard Crusaders who look likely to be relegated to Division Four.

In Division Four, Boxford Rovers have most likely secured promotion with a 7-1 victory at Glemsford and Cavendish. Second-placed Prince Of Wales didn't do their chances of promotion any harm either with a 5-0 victory at Melford Razors.

Ahead of the Division Five Knockout Cup Final at West Wratting this Sunday, 10.30am kick-off, both teams got a good victory.

Haverhill Ex-Servicemen's Club won 2-1 against Newton Orient and Woolpack Reserves beat Haverhill Town 2-0, which sees the Reserves with a chance of promotion to Division Four.

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