Chi City Colts and Bognor Regis Town Youth both had reasons to be cheerful after their latest games.
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Barnham had won their previous 14 consecutive league and cup home encounters spanning back 18 months.
Barnham Trojans 1 Chichester City Colts 1
CITY travelled to reigning champions Barnham Trojans, knowing the task was going to be tough. Barnham had won their previous 14 consecutive league and cup home encounters spanning back 18 months.
In the early exchanges the battle was evenly contested, but Colts took the lead on 17 minutes when Sam Jones played in Toby Evans, who dispatched the ball past the Barnham keeper.
One nearly became two when Toby Watkins ghosted in at the back post but his effort was comfortably saved.
Barnham responded in the closing minutes of the first half when Britton played in Brady who slotted past Sam Williams.
The second half was just as even, but Taylor Parker could have snatched a lead for Colts but he mis-hit his effort when set up by Evans with the ball falling into the Barnham keeper’s arms.
Williams was the busier keeper making several important saves to ensure his team shared the points.
MoM was Williams, who pulled off a number of important saves.
Colts and Trojans battle is out again in the Invitation Cup final at Arundel FC on Sunday, March 6.
COLTS: Williams, Main, Angell, Rochester, Simmons, Nicol, S Jones, Peake, Watkins, Evans), Parker. Subs: Clayton, Newton, Craddock.
Worthing Minors Youth White 1 Bognor Regis Town Youth 5
A long range effort from Nat White opened the scoring as Bognor reached the Challenge Cup final.
Worthing deservedly equalised after Bognor failed to deal with a loose ball in the penalty area.
After an inspired half-time team talk by coach Paul Selby, Bognor came out strongly. Bruce Eggleton’s free-kick went straight into the top corner.
Bognor were playing very well. A corner from Noah Amoo was finished off by White for his second. Jack Tilbury soon made it 4-1 with a
White completed his hat-trick but Worthing played their part in an entertaining game.
Bognor have reached the Challenge Cup final for the fifth consecutive year.
BOGNOR: Amoo, Bennett, Boyagain, Budge, Eggleton, Fearns, Jones Lush, Parr, Rawlings, Stroud, Taylor, Tilbury, White.
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