Following a busy couple of weeks of Senior Finals with Workington AFC’s emphatic 9-1 win in the Fred Conway Cumberland Cup Final and the Women’s County Cup Final going to penalties with Carlisle United Ladies winning 3-2 (2-2 AET), we saw history made in the Sunday Cup Final with Inter Pirelli’s 3-0 victory over Scotby making it their 4th consecutive Sunday Cup Win!
We’re looking forward to welcoming the two finalists, match officials, volunteers and guests in what should be a great advert for the local grassroots under 18 football game this evening.
Both finalists are unbeaten in their respective Leagues, with Workington Juniors U18 and Crown Newlaithes U17 boasting a 100% win record as they clinched the West Cumbria Youth League and Carlisle Glass Longhorn Youth League titles respectively.
Both teams were defeated in their respective League Cup semi-finals which means the Under 18 County Cup Final gives one team the opportunity to seal the ‘double’!
Friday 12 May 2023
Crown Newlaithes Juniors U17 v Workington Juniors U18
Kick Off: 6:30pm
Venue: Frenchfield Park, Penrith AFC
Referee Cameron Sealby takes charge of the Sunday County Cup Final and is assisted by Paul Stephenson and Christian Ndubuisi with Leigh Musgrave as fourth official.
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There’s plenty of local football news included in the programme.
Cumberland FA would like to thank hosts Penrith AFC in the build up to the Final and for their continued support.
Thanks to our partnership with Veo Camera, the Final will be recorded with teams able to access the analysis tools following the fixture.
Cumberland FA has recently launched the partnership with the British Heart Foundation – read about it in our online programme. You can also donate as part of Cumberland Football HERE
Follow the action on our Twitter feed #CFAU18CountyCupFinal23
This weekend we travel to Keswick FC who will be hosting Cumberland FA’s Under 12 and Under 14 Mixed and Girls County Cup Finals. It’s always a fantastic weekend of football!