Imperial League side Terminus Tavern defeat Woodseats ro earn place in Sunday Senior Cup semi finals

Terminus Tavern from the Imperial League defeated Woodseats from the Blades Super Draw League 2-0 in the Sunday Senior Cup.

Thursday, 20th December 2018, 4:21 pm
Updated Thursday, 20th December 2018, 4:28 pm
Terminus Tavern of the Imperial League with mascot Bella the pony

Man of the match was Tavern captain Daniel Skinner who won everything in the air and put his body in the line for the cause.

Kane Taylor gave Terminus the lead in the second half with a sublime lob over the Woodseats keeper.

Woodseats piled on the pressure but Terminus held firm.

Jack Hall scored a second to book Tavern's ticket to the semi finals.

The Imperial League committee would like to pass on their congratulations as this is the furthest an imperial league team as gone and they are doing the league proud.

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