Trawden are the Pendle Charity League Division One champions!

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Trawden clinched the Pendle Charity League First Divison title following a 6-0 win against AFC Veterans.

A hat-trick from Tom Swindells and goals from Ben Gorman, Callum Whitfield and Joe Prosser gave Trawden their 13th straight victory.

Pendle Blues put themselves in pole position for second place following a 4-1 win against Crooked Billet. Brendan Park gave Billet the lead, but a brace from Matthew Hesmondhalgh and strikes from Jamie Holmes and Matty Parkinson helped Blues to their third consecutive victory.

Golden Ball eased their relegation worries following a 3-2 win against Timmy Ts. Marsden Cross and Pendle Blues Athletic remain just above the relegation zone after a 1-1 draw. Daniel Crew scored for Marsden while David Shackleton replied for Athletic.

Sacred Heart booked their place in the Peter Shaw Trophy Final after winning a penalty shoot out against Life. Joe Kelly opened the scoring for Hearts midway through the first half, but Life equalised through Zahoor Hussain. Sacred Heart keeper David O’Donnell was the hero in the shootout, saving two penalties. Carl Ellerton struck the winning penalty for Hearts who will meet the winner of Trawden and Weston in the final.

Akash Ajmal struck the winner for Paak A against Graham Engineering Redskins in the Premier Division to move above Life.

Paak B gained their fourth point of the season after a 2-2 draw with Weston. Ash Smith and Ryan Mirfield were on target for Weston, but a brace from Yasser Khan secured a point.

Colne Town came from 3-1 down to secure a point against bottom side Lord Nelson in the Second Division. Andy Hakin (2) and Jamie Dickson gave the Nelson outfit a 3-1 lead, but Town won a point thanks to goals from Joe Murphy, Antonio Sarchet and a David Heap own goal. A last-minute effort from Antony Hartley, to complete his hat-trick, gave SKK Blacko the points against Barnoldswick Barons. Dan Topping scored Blacko’s other goal while a brace from Barons’ Matthew Aspin and a John Howard effort kept their side in the game.

Station Hotel booked their place in the semi-finals of the David Holmes Trophy after a 6-1 victory against Lanway FC. Rudi Lockett’s brace along with goals from Aaron Horsfall, Joe Heseltine, Danny Parker and an own goal ensure Station will face Paak B. Micky White scored Lanway’s consolation. Second Division TSB pulled off the shock of the weekend, beating Premier Division strugglers Pendle Forest Atheltic 2-1 in the quarter-final of the Billy Clegg Cup. Daniel Russell and an own goal booked TSB’s place in the last four. Shooters Clarets join TSB in the semi-finals after beating Sacred Heart Celtic 2-1.