Chapel End Cup repeat is possible.
A repeat of the 1996 Chapel End Nursing Invitation Charity Cup final is on the cards as Witherley Witherley is a village and civil parish in the Hinckley and Bosworth district of Leicestershire, England. It is in the far south-west of Leicestershire. The Warwickshire/Leicestershire border runs along the parish boundary, along the River Anker to the west and the A5 to the south, United and Jet Blades tackle lower league opposition in their last four ties.
Witherley, winners two seasons ago, visit 1998 losing finalists Bucksford, who scored a thrilling thrill
v. thrilled, thrill·ing, thrills
1. To cause to feel a sudden intense sensation; excite greatly.
2. To give great pleasure to; delight. See Synonyms at enrapture. 7-6 extra time victory over Stockingford AA in the quarter finals.
Meanwhile in the other half of the draw Jet Blades, winners over Nuneaton Griff n. 1. Grasp; reach.
A vein of gold ore within one spade's griff.
2. (Weaving) An arrangement of parallel bars for lifting the hooked wires which raise the warp threads in a loom for weaving figured goods. in the 1997 showpiece show·piece
Something exhibited, especially as an outstanding example of its kind.
1. anything displayed or exhibited
2. and runners-up 12 months earlier, travel to Fillongley in what is sure to be a tough test for Bernie Cope's boys.
Both games take place tomorrow-week with 1.45pm kick offs with the ties being played to a finish with extra-time and penalties should it be required.
John Thirlaway takes charge of the Bucksford versus Witherley encounter while Geoff Ankers referees the Fillongley v Jet Blades tussle.