Feeney at double to claim League Cup

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Two goals from Mark Feeney proved enough for Crown FC to win the Pendle Charity League Cup after they beat Pendle Blues Athletic 2-0.

And Trawden Venue FC lifted the Billy Clegg Cup for the first time after they defeated Timmy Ts 3-0 following a Tom Swindells brace and a Rob Lawless effort.

In the Premier League, goals from Henry Nixon, Martin Greenwood and Dominic Allen helped Sacred Heart United to a 3-2 win against championship chasing Crown FC.

Jake Bancroft and Lloyd Whiteoak scored for Crown.

Adam Crew, Shane Goddard and Brady Thomas secured the points for Station Hotel in a 3-1 win against Pendle Blues, who replied with a Jamie Holmes goal.

Colne Town and Pendle Blues Athletic drew 0-0 in the top of the table clash in Division 1, while Financial Affairs lost 1-0 against SKK Blacko to lose ground on their push for promotion.

Paak AFC won their third league match of the season beating Golden Ball 4-2 but they remain at the bottom of the table.

In the Second Division, T & R Precision inflicted FC Intershape’s first league defeat of the season thanks to a Brian Lord hat-trick.

Boca Clarets took advantage of their rivals’ defeat by beating Pendle Renegades 5-2 to move four points clear at the top of the table.

Daniel Russell (3), Guilio Enea and Scott Hill were on target for Boca while Danny Manson scored both goals for Renegades.

Meanwhile, in the much-delayed Bird Cup Final at Colne’s XLCR Stadium, a Padiham side with a mix of youth and experience had too much for Rock Rovers, winning 5-0.

Josh Cliff tucked away a loose ball following a Nathan Egan corner for the opener, and after the break, Daniel Stubberfield turned in a Joel Melia left wing cross from inside Rovers’ six-yard box.

Ben Hoskin added a third for the Storks on 81 minutes, and further goals from Zack Dale and Gary Hill in the final five minutes of the game ensured Padiham got their name on the Bird Cup for the first time.

Padiham’s 17-year-old wide player Joel Melia (pictured) was nominated man of the match by the organisers of the competition.