Photo: Crawley Wasps attacker Toni Smith evades an Eastbourne challenge
Photo credit: Andrew Hazelden
Crawley Wasps Ladies’ won 2-0 over Eastbourne LFC in the Sussex Women’s Challenge Cup semi-final on Sunday.
The victory puts Wasps into their third successive final in the competition.
Having faced Women’s Super League side Brighton in the past two years, they will now face Lewes in this year’s final on 22nd March.
It’s now seven wins in eight for Crawley Town who won 3-0 at home to Grimsby Town on Saturday. The Reds have moved up to 10th in the League Two table.
Merstham move up two places to 12th in the Bostik Premier Division after a 1-0 home win against Leiston.
In the Bostik South Division, East Grinstead drew 1-1 at home to Faversham Town. Horsham lost 2-0 away to Corinthian Casuals. South Park have to play catch up with their matches with several games now in hand; their away match to Herne Bay on Saturday was postponed due to a frozen pitch.
In the Combined Counties Premier Division, Redhill lost 3-2 away to Walton and Horley Town lost 2-1 at home to Bedfont Sports.
Horsham travel to Pagham this evening for the Quarter Final of the Sussex Senior Cup. The match has already been postponed twice.
In the Bostik South Division, East Grinstead host South Park for a 7.30 pm kick off.
And Horley Town are away to Banstead Athletic for their Combined Counties Premier Division match. Kick off for that match is 7.45 pm.
Crawley Town remain in 12th place in League 2 after winning 2-1 away to Chesterfield on Saturday. Lewis Young ended his four-year wait for his first goal to earn Reds their sixth win in seven games. Young scored the winning goal in the 93rd minute.
In the Bostik Premier Division, Merstham lost 4-2 away to Staines Town.
East Grinstead drew 1-1l away to Cray Wanderers in the Bostik South Division. Horsham lost 2-0 at home to Greenwich Borough. South Park’s match against Sittingbourne was postponed.
Horley Town are in 7th place in the Combined Counties Premier Division after winning 1-0 away to CB Hounslow United. Redhill won 1-0 at home to Spelthorne Sports.
Crawley Town made it five wins out of six after beating Accrington Stanley 2-1 at home on Saturday. The Reds remain in 12th place in League 2.
In the Bostik Premier Division, Merstham came back from 1-0 down to win 2-1 at home to Thurrock.
Horsham won 3-1 away to Sittingbourne and are now in 11th place in the Bostik South Division. South Park lost 3-2 away to Hythe Town, and East Grinstead lost 8-1 at home to Whyteleafe.
It was bad news too for Redhill in the Combined Counties Premier Division losing 5-0 away to Knaphill. Horley Town gained a point in a 2-2 draw at home to AFC Hayes.