The tournament was put together by the clubs to take advantage of fans returning to grounds and has proved a great attraction to the local football community with big attendances at all the games.
The final was typically cagey although Sherwood Colliery had the better chances in a tight opening 45 minutes. Ryan Ingram, Gareth Curtis and Will Norcross all went close to giving Sherwood the lead.
The opening goal came shortly after the restart, Charlie Taylor heading home from eight yards after Sherwood had kept the ball alive following a free-kick. The goal galvanised the home team.
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Tim Gregory and Gareth Curtis both could have done better with chances to double the lead. Will Norcross stung the goalkeeper’s hands before Gregory went close a second time. The goal eventually came, Curtis scoring at the near post to seal the win.