LOCAL FOOTBALL: Wisbech St Mary Reserves ease to Percy Oldham Memorial Cup success

PUBLISHED: 11:05 04 May 2017 | UPDATED: 11:26 04 May 2017

Wisbech St Mary Reserves celebrate their Percy Oldham Memorial Cup win over Sawston Rovers. PHOTO: Cambridgeshire FA

Wisbech St Mary Reserves celebrate their Percy Oldham Memorial Cup win over Sawston Rovers. PHOTO: Cambridgeshire FA

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Wisbech St Mary could end the week with two more trophies in their cabinet.

While the first team take on King’s Lynn Town Reserves in the First Division KO Cup tomorrow evening, the Reserves added the club’s first piece of silverware for the season with an impressive 2-0 win over Sawston Rovers in the final of the Percy Oldham Memorial Cup.

Gary Haime’s men hit the front in the second half at Histon’s Glass World Stadium through Aidan Sewell’s looping effort before Adam Keys struck to seal the Reserves’ fourth trophy in as many years.

And the Saints’ second-string could rub salt in the Sawston wounds this weekend, as the sides meet on the final day of the Kershaw Senior B Division season.

St Mary can secure a fourth-place finish with a victory.


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