LOCAL FOOTBALL: Two down, one to go for Eunice Huntingdon
- Credit: Archant
Eunice Huntingdon have completed an honours double . . . and now they can make it a treble.
The Peterborough & District League Division Four champions added the League Shield to their collection with victory in the final last Saturday.
They beat league runners-up Stamford Lions A 5-2 in a showpiece clash staged at the Nene Valley Community Centre in Peterborough.
Marcin Dobrzanski hit an equaliser after Eunice had fallen behind early on. Goalkeeper Filip Majewski then conceded and saved a Lions penalty.
An own goal put Eunice ahead before half-time. A Jakub Sulima brace and a Krzysztof Chojak strike then sealed victory in the second period.
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Eunice have another big final tonight (Wednesday). They face Orton Rangers in the Peterborough Football Association Minor Cup decider at Yaxley FC.
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