Football: Vale of cheers as JKS chase treble; CUP KINGS: Teenage side have sights set on triple glory CORONATION LEAGUE.Byline: By Roger Clarke Roger Clarke is a presenter and reporter for Sky Sports News and was the first journalist to interview Jermain Defoe on the day of his controversial transfer from West Ham United to Tottenham Hotspur.
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JKS Java Key Store could be on the way to a terrific treble in the inaugural season of the Alliance U18 Division.
Having the Alliance title already won, JKS met the much-improved Hampton Sport in the Junior Open Age Cup semi-final.
Hampton took the lead in the second half when a weak goalkeeper's clearance was picked up by Josh Lee, who hit the net from 25 yards. The equaliser came on 75 minutes when John Walsh steered home a Keenan Meakin-Richards free-kick. With only seven minutes remaining Anthony Higgs threaded a ball through to the impressive Luke Williams, who fired JKS into the final.
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Tom Ellis then equalised with a speculative 35-yard free-kick and that is how it stayed, taking the match to a penalty shoot-out which Showboat won 4-2.
Clement Towers were just six minutes away from a place in the final against VIP A.
A Marcus Fry hat-trick had put them 3-2 up after goals by VIP's Wayne Lock and Wayne Rogers, but Paul Ronan found a late equaliser. The game went to penalties with VIP going through.
Great Park Rangers bowed out of the Jim Walsh quarter-final losing 5-2 to New Inns Harborne. Craig Liddington and Jimmy Fearn, with two apiece, and Matthew Loveridge were on target for New Inns, while C Shipley hit a double for Rangers.
Black Cats took the Premier One title this week after claiming the three points against Plume Rangers.
PRIZE GUYS... Castle Vale JKS celebrate with the Alliance U18 trophy, presented after their Junior Open Age Cup semi-final. Pictures: Jamie Cooper