New Inn Go Down in the History Books; FOOTBALL: BIRMINGHAM JUNIOR CUP AND SUNDAY LEAGUE

Coventry Evening Telegraph (England), May 13, 2004 | Go to article overview

New Inn Go Down in the History Books; FOOTBALL: BIRMINGHAM JUNIOR CUP AND SUNDAY LEAGUE


BULKINGTON New Inn made history when they landed the Birmingham Junior Cup.

They became the first Nuneaton Sunday side to win the coveted honour when they beat Wolverhampton's Orton Vale 6-2 in the final at the Walter Goodman Stadium.

Leading marksman Stef Jones was again at the forefront for the villagers as he netted a slick double although keeper Nick Sefton pulled off a magnificent save when Bulkington led 2-1, to keep his side in front.

Inspired by the efforts of Jones and the agile Sefton, the New Inn lads turned on the style to seal the trophy through further strikes from Darren Whitmore, Ian Neale, a blistering 35-yarder, Robbie Jones and an own goal.

The impressive, if slightly flattering triumph, completed a magnificent campaign for the Bulkington outfit as they had already lifted the Division Four title plus a couple of other trophies.

Sunnyside, boosted by their promotion to Division One after finishing runners up in the lower flight this term, came good in the Frank Parker Cup Final as they handed out a 3-0 defeat to Ford Sports. Ridge Lane's second string boosted the club's ambitions of taking the top two pieces of silverware for first and reserve sides by lifting the Pete Smith Memorial Reserves Cup by exacting a 2-0 beating on their Trent Valley counterparts.

Now the seniors will want to repeat that success when they look to do the business in the Tribune Cup Final against Pig & Whistle on Sunday at Stockingford AA (6pm) this Sunday. …

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