FOOTBALL: Woodhall Spa set sights on Sunday Cup success

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Woodhall Spa United and Bardney will be aiming to hit top form tomorrow (Sunday) and book places in the semi finals of the Lincoln and District League’s Kelly Read Cup.

Both local sides face away trips in the quarter finals - Woodhall to Newton United and Bardney to Railway Inn.
Woodhall, who have been rattling in the goals in the league recently, will have high hopes against their First Division rivals.

And Bardney, who have battled into the top four of the Division Four table, will also feel confident against Railway.

In the league, Wragby FC face a clash at fellow strugglers Bassingham Bugle Horn in a Division One clash.

One of the fixtures of the day is in Division Two where Horncastle based AFC Harpars travel to title rivals Trent Valley.

Anything less than a win would be a blow to Harpars’ hopes of the title - and promotion.

In Division Five, Horncastle Town’s Development boss Mark Simmons will be banking on new recruit Tom Sewell banging in the goals again for his side at home to leaders Sleaford Seahawks.

Sewell grabbed four goals in the big win at The Shed last time out as Town moved back into the top four.

Town are hoping for a bumper crowd at The Wong.