Cancer Cup Final

1 year ago By Mark Rowlatt

Westlea take more Silverware after a tense battle with Bishops Itchington at Leamington Town.

The Cancer Cup Final was held in glorious sunshine at Leamington Town this afternoon.
A minutes silence was held before the game in memory of Tracey Thomas, League Stalwart and the driving force behind the Cancer Cup Competition for many years.
Westlea secured their second trophy in as many weeks, with victory in the afternoon sunshine. Ryan Billington netted the first on 10 minutes, after some good play between Callum Bell and Luke Cole. Bishops pushed hard for an equaliser, but failed to take their chances, holding Westlea to the single goal, until the game was won in injury time, with Westlea scoring twice. Josh Cole heading home a Craig Watkin corner on 91 minutes. Two minutes later, substitute Neil Stacey found Watkin on the edge of the area to rifle home his 14th goal of the season

The Trophy and medals were presented by Kevin Watson a Director at Leamington Town Football Club.

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