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Blackstones take on March Town in the final of the Hinchingbrooke Cup at Yaxley Football Club





Blackstones will be hoping to bring the curtain down on their campaign by winning some silverware on Wednesday night.

Stones make the trip to Yaxley to face March Town United in the final of the Hinchingbrooke Cup (7.45pm).

Jon Harrison and Ryan Wood's side have so far claimed three higher level scalps en-route to their first final as Blackstones bosses.

Blackstones defeated Deeping en-route to the final.
Blackstones defeated Deeping en-route to the final.

And they will again be underdogs for the final against a Hares side who finished in the United Counties League Premier Division South play-off places before losing in the semi-finals to Racing Club Warwick.

Stones knocked out Premier Division South side Eynesbury Rovers in the first round of the competition.

They then defeated Deeping Rangers in the last eight before beating South Midlands League Premier Division side Potton United in the semi-finals.

Joint manager Jon Harrison with skipper Kieran Duffy-Weekes.
Joint manager Jon Harrison with skipper Kieran Duffy-Weekes.

Skipper Kieran Duffy-Weekes was sent off in the latter stages of that 2-0 success and he will be suspended for the final.

Stones go into the match after finishing their United Counties League Division One season on a seven-match unbeaten run.

It saw them miss out on the play-off places by just three points after ending the campaign in seventh place.



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