09:28AM, Thursday 10 May 2018
Flackwell Heath manager Marcus Richardson
FLACKWELL HEATH FC
Flackwell Heath have the opportunity to end their campaign with silverware when they face Aston Clinton in the Wycombe Senior Cup final tomorrow (Friday).
It is the Heathens’ final match of a season in which they finished fifth in the Hellenic League Premier Division under manager Marcus Richardson who took over the reins from Paul Shone in December.
In-form Aston Clinton come into the match off the back of a demoralising extra-time defeat to Park View in the South Midlands Division 2 Cup final on Wednesday.
The 2-1 loss was just their second in the last 12 matches.
The Wycombe Senior Cup final takes place at Marlow FC, kick-off 7.45pm.
In what has been a successful week for the club, Flackwell Heath Reserves were crowned Suburban League Central Division champions on Tuesday after victory over Farnham Town, just a few days after the club’s youth team won the Allied Counties Youth League East Division.
THAMES VALLEY PREMIER LEAGUE
Holders Cookham Dean and Premier Division champions Reading YMCA will line up at the Madejski Stadium for this season's Senior Cup final on Monday, kick-off 7pm.
While YMCA have dominated the league for the last two seasons, the Dean have done the same in the cup with this being their third successive final at the Madejski.
The Dean have won the trophy a record five times but have never faced a tougher challenge than this year as YMCA have won every game they have played this season except for one draw.
The two teams also face each other on Saturday in the final Premier Division match of the campaign.
THAMES VALLEY SUNDAY LEAGUE
Wraysbury Village won the Tony Blay Memorial Trophy by beating Datchet Village 3rds 4-2 in the final on Friday
Tonight (Thursday), Maidenhead Cosmos face Windsor Athletic in the Mary Wells Cup final at Windsor FC.
Tickets are £5 for adults, £2.50 for concessions, and accompanied under-16s get in free.
Kick-off is 7.30pm.
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