SUNDAY FOOTBALL: Terrific treble for awesome Alconbury - and another hat-trick of honours still up for grabs
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It’s a case of three down and three to go for Sunday stars Alconbury.
Chris Kirschner’s undefeated side have already completed an honours treble by following up Hunts Sunday League title success with two knockout trophies.
They won the Hunts Sunday Cup last Wednesday when an Adam Rothery brace and a Matt Claxton strike earned a 3-0 victory against Peterborough side Cardea.
And they got their hands on more silverware yesterday (Sunday) when beating The Dragoon 2-0 in the Ernie Childs Cup showpiece thanks to goals from Alex Norman and Michael Mackrell.
“We’ve got a decent side and we’ve had a very good season,” said Kirschner.
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“It’s great to have won a few trophies and would be brilliant if we could add more. It won’t be easy, though.”
His men can turn it into an extra-special campaign by continuing their fine form for a few more weeks.
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They are also through to the Joe Mansfield Memorial Cup final and also have semi-finals ahead in the Neways Cup and Steve Thresh Trophy.