THE FIRST cup final of the 2015/16 Redditch & South Warwickshire Combination was settled as Red Lion romped to a 7-0 victory over Beoley Village.
Mitchell Sutor starred in the win, helping himself to a hat-trick along with a brace from Daniel Bearcroft to ensure Red Lion walked away with the Studley Charity Cup.
Austin Ex Apps booked their place in the final of the BCFA Roger Wood Sunday Cup where they will meet Haunchwood FC after running out 3-1 winners over Drayton thanks to goals from Liam Spink (2) and Josh Westwood.
Unfortunately, CBH Fasteners missed out on a place in the final of the Bromsgrove Charity Cup after losing 4-2 to Bromsgrove & District League side Meadow Park.
VKL United progressed into the semi-finals of the Hunt Crane Cup following a narrow 3-2 victory over Lodge Park thanks to goals from Sam Osmond, Steve Spencer and Dan Hill.
Terry Nolan netted both of park’s goals.
New Woodland Cottage secured a place in the semi-finals of the Jim Fleeman Cup with a 3-1 victory over Redditch Town courtesy of a Ryan Butler double and strike from Lorcan Davenport.
Chris Adams replied for Town.
In the sole Subsidiary Cup Group One game, South Redditch romped to a 6-0 victory over AFC Lions with the goals coming from Garry Farmer (3), Declan Gilsennan, Adam Davies and Lee Kendall.
Meanwhile, Millfield Rovers racked up double figures in their Subsidiary Cup Group Three game against Beoley Village as they ran out 10-0 winners.
In the Premier Division, Black Horse moved up to second following their comprehensive 5-0 victory over Rubery Bridge thanks to a hat-trick from Dan Carter.
In Division One, Studley Railway climbed up to second after claiming a 3-1 victory over Redolence Park courtesy of an own-goal and efforts from Matthew Roland and Rupert Antley.
Ryan Bromhead got on the scoresheet for Park.
Rubery Legends dropped to third after they were held to a 2-2 draw by Winyates Wanderers.
Chris Gee and Jahmel Trevis netted for Legends; Dave Phelan (2) for Wanderers.
Elsewhere, Royal Oak and Redditch Cross also shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw with the goals coming from Ash Wilson for Oak and Jon Higgins for Cross.