Sunday league round-up: It’s the final countdown for Landrovers and Greenacres Tavern

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Landrovers and Greenacres Tavern are preparing for a BSFL Sunday Intermediate Cup final showdown after both sides made it through the semi-finals on Sunday.

It took a penalty shootout for Tavern to get past Hemel Tudors as the game finished 2-2 after extra-time, while an own-goal was enough for Landrovers to edge past The Queens Head 1-0.

In league action, BSFL Premier Division side Doves United were 4-2 winners at AFC Boars courtesy of goals from Adiel Mannion (2), Jack Watts and Ryan Cole.

Everett Rovers beat Comets Sports Club 3-2 with efforts from Reece Cameron, Charlie Frost and Alex Gilbert, while a brace from Andy Wheeler-King and a single strike from Tom Shaw saw Berko Tornadoes to a 3-3 victory at Leverstock Green Corinthians.

In BSFL Division One, FC Jubilee romped to a 4-0 win at Apsley Athletic as Scott Porter hit a hat-trick and Kevin Price also netted, while Greenacres II won by the same scoreline against Potten End Sunday with goals from Matt Durrant (2), Ray Wood and Will O’Brien.

Jam United also added three points to their tally as Ryan Pereira, Scott Grimes, Matt Goddard and Luke Reynolds fired them to a 4-2 triumph against Hemel Athletic.

Berko Tornadoes Reserves were the big winners in BSFL Division Two, thrashing Old Bell Athletic 7-0 with goals from Dan Lee (3), Chris Hogg, Callum Lindsay, Jack Robinson and Lyndon Lakey, while Joe Kemp (2) and Craig Anscomb netted for Berko Athletic Reserves in their 3-2 win at Comets Sports Club Reserves.

The other game in the division saw Greg Goodchild hit a hat-trick to fire Sporting Oddfellows to a 4-2 victory against Robin Hood. Chris Sykes was also on target.

It was a five-star display from Leather Bottle in BSFL Division Three as Ben Butler (2), Jack Broome, Adam Williams and Luke Bartlett secured a 5-0 win over Victoria United, while Glenn Pindred and Brad Willoughby netted for The Midland in a 2-0 win over Greenacres II Reserves.

Boxmoor had Haydn Cassidy, Shaun Williams and Jack Dowling to thank for a 3-0 triumph against Berko Tornadoes A, with Ollys Athletic winning by the same scoreline against Hemel Harriers through Rob Jackson (2) and Dominic Collins.