Prospect Hill, reigning Parry Cup holders and already this year’s Division One winners, have an eye on a treble and moved closer to their ambition with a 2-0 Champion of Champions Cup semi-final defeat of St Anne’s.
The win came thanks to goals from Jacob Reynolds and Kian Smith.
The game was also, in effect, a rehearsal for the Parry Cup Final to be played on 22nd April at Ryton Park.
Sturton-le-Steeple, holders of the Small Schools Cup, are also trying to hold onto their title, after a 7-5 semi-final victory over Misson.
George Dimmock (2), George Hudson (2), Josh Storey, Hugh Shelley and Jake Sykes were all on target.
In a week of semi-finals Redlands Girls cruised into the final of the Girls Champion’s Tournament when a Natasha Shires hat-trick and a fourth from Hollie Frost were too much for second division, Gamston.
Leverton, defeated in an early season cup match by Ranskill, completely turned the tables when they won a league return game and moved to the top of Division Four when Billy Simpkins, Caden Burton, Adam Capsticks and Thomas Jee scored in a 6-1 victory.
Sturton and Gringley both took points from North Wheatley to keep the Division Seven title race alive.
Carr Hill boys were successful against a depleted Ryton Park squad but, against their girls, lost to a single goal by Maisie Wallace.
Jaden Thackery and Bradley Charlesworth scored for St John’s against Redlands and Carr Hill.