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Skipton LMS have sights on trophy treble after clinching Northern Plant Hire Trophy
Updated 12:19pm Thursday 8th May 2014 in Sport
Skipton LMS have completed the Premier Division league and Northern Plant Hire Trophy double.
They followed up their fourth-successive championship triumph by beating Cowling 4-2 in Tuesday’s final with goals by Oliver Hurst (2), Luke Howsen and Chris Simpson.
Now they can complete a trophy treble if they beat Cross Hills in tonight's League Cup final at Engine Shed Field (6.30pm)
Bradley are also celebrating after lifting the Division Two League Cup. They triumphed 1-0 in a tight game at Cowling against Earby Town Res-erves. James Wilson scored the only goal in the first half.
Grindleton Reserves were spot on as they defeated Broomhill on penalties to win the Division Three League Cup final at Sandylands. They won the shoot-out 5-3 after the game ended in a 1-1 draw. The goals came in the first half with David Rhodes on target fro Broomhill and Nathan Bell netting for Grindleton Reserves.
The Division Four League Cup final sae Pendle Renegades Reserves edge out Skipton Town Reserves 2-1. Goals from Daniel Amos and Jack Hall proved decisive for Renegades. Anthony Dean was on target for Skipton Town Reserves, Premier Division runners-up Trawden Celtic rounded off their season with a 3-3 draw against Cross Hills. Ben Gorman, Ian Ross and Mark Young cancelled out strikes by Jack Wrigglesworth (2) and Andrew North.
Settle, who also won the West Riding County Challenge Trophy, took the three points thanks to two goals by Elliott Firth and further strikes from David Worthington and Lee Walker.
Sutton gained revenge for their recent Division Three defeat at Settle United Reserves by beating them 5-2 in the return.
Michael Ruddock (2), Liam Daffern, Lee Rooke and Joshua Smith netted for Sutton. Settle’s scorers were Pedro Quintas and Ian Wildman.
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