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MK make the final

PUBLISHED: 09:00 20 March 2009 | UPDATED: 13:24 03 July 2010

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TWO goals from AD Hogg (2) and one from Coe, Lee Turner and John Holliman helped MK United to a 5-2 HA Holmes Cup semi-final win against Arches and a place in the final on April 1.

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TWO goals from AD Hogg (2) and one from Coe, Lee Turner and John Holliman helped MK United to a 5-2 HA Holmes Cup semi-final win against Arches and a place in the final on April 1.

That gave Catfield the opportunity to go two points clear at the top of the first division as they defeated relegated Caister A 7-2. Chad Pillar grabbed another hat-trick along with a double from Gary Todd and one each from Aaron Bowers and Adam Thompson.

Tramway picked up a point as their second half of the season has seen a big improvement on their points tally in 2008. Captain Kris Hodgkyns and Shane Darnell scored as they drew 2-2 with Golfers Arms, who replied through Ollie McCarthy and Liam Bartley. Wiltshire Cup finalists Lacon Arms also drew 2-2 with goals from Del Salmon and K Lake being cancelled out by Diogo Fernandes and Carlos Tavares for Great Yarmouth International.

Shrublands and MK United Reserves head Division Two. An 8-3 win by Shrublands against Paperclip moves them top on goals scored.

There were double strikes from Jason Thompson, Danny Glover and Rob Manning as well as strikes from Adam Baisley and Jordan Howarth. MK United Reserves won 4-1 at the fading Hemsby Reserves with two goals from Adam Secker and one each from Kieran Dainty and Steve Bacon.

Albion (GY) remain six points off the lead as they cruised to an 11-0 win at home to Great Yarmouth United with hat-tricks from Sam Welch and Ryan Johnson, two from Johnny Bowles and one apiece from Kristian Gowing, Peter Oldham and James Hogbin. Norfolk and Chance are fifth following a 1-1 draw with Gorleston Wanderers thanks to a penalty from Ben Smithirst with Dave Durrant replying for Wanderers.

Great Yarmouth Peelers are four points back as they won 3-1 at South Yarmouth with goals from Adam Secker, Jimmy Dawes and Mark Carrier. Prostar Windows remain a point further back after a 5-1 win at Martham A.

Paul Payne

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