There will be an all-Herts Ad Sunday League clash in the final of the Herts Intermediate Cup - and a derby game too.

Brookmans Park, who play their games at the Royal Veterinary College, will take on neighbours Little Heath, who make Welham Green their home.

For Park, it is their first-team's first county final in a 47-year history after beating Division One rivals The Bull 4-1 at home.

The visitors had started the stronger though and taken the lead when a Jack Faulder corner wasn’t dealt with and Joe Fletcher tapped home.

But Park quickly replied with a Charlie Nelson header and he put them in front a few minutes after half-time after great work from brother Jamie.

That swung the momentum their way and Park finished it off with goals from Callum Bayliss and James Clark.

Little Heath advanced after beating Watford's Woodside 1-0 in the other semi.

A cagey affair with few chances sprung to life when Heath were reduced to 10 men with 25 minutes to go after a second yellow card.

However, Robert Pinto scored just two minutes later and after surviving an onslaught in the final 20 minutes, they hung on.

The final is scheduled for April 16.

The league are guaranteed a finalist in the Herts Sunday Senior Cup after Borehamwood Rovers and Six Bells set up a semi-final clash.

Rovers beat East Herts League side Broxelona 3-1 on penalties after the sides had drawn 1-1 in normal time, Billy Lobjoit with the goal.

Six Bells also needed penalties to beat Finestay. They won 5-4 in the shoot-out after Harry Seeby had scored in the 1-1 draw after 90 minutes.


Ryan Lawler and Harry Messam scored as Royston Rangers moved into the quarter-final of the Herts Ad Intermediate Cup with a 2-0 win over Cub.

Forever Young People reached the Herts Ad Challenge Cup semi-final with a 3-2 win against Plough & Harrow.

Herts Ad Charity Cup

Welwyn Rangers cruised into the quarter final of the Herts Ad Charity Cup with an impressive 11-1 win against Oceans XI.

Hayden Evanson got four and Billy Dean two, while there was one each for Alex Banbury, George Old, Harry Tozer, Same Edge and Ben Laurence. Harry Fennel got the consolation for Oceans.

Strafford Arms closed the gap at the top of the Premier Division to three after a 4-2 win over Paxton Rovers.

Player Packs beat Phoenix 3-1 with goals from Kyle McLeish, James Todd and Zion Immanuel Selassie-Yoseph, Jack Taylor replying for Phoenix.

Two from Jack Toy and one from Dan Bradley gave Harpenden Colts OB a 3-0 win over Saints in Division One while a George O'Shea brace made it 2-0 to Excel at Wheathampstead 89 in Division Two.

There was a nine-goal thriller in Division Three with a Zack Neiman hat-trick helped Strafford Arms Res beat Herts Vets 5-4.

William Gravette and Joe Cullum also scored.

St. Georges and TNF drew 1-1, Simon Best for TNF, and Alban Dynamo beat Welwyn Warriors Res 3-0 with Sean Oliver (two) and Ollie West on target.

Josh Peddar, Liam Addlesee and Will Orridge all scored two as Phoenix Res beat Wrestlers 4-2.

In Division Four, Riley Collier cancelled out a Jack Freund goal as Alban Dynamo Res drew 1-1 with Hatfield Seniors Res while Mermaid Res thumped MNFC 7-2.

Hassan Bhandari (three), Stephen Heather (two), Craig Clark and Adam Payne scored for Mermaid, Piers Berger and James Clark for MNF.

London Colney United won 6-3 against Royston Rangers Res in Division Five with Jake Riseborough, Max Bramhall and Cassius Trangmar all on target.

Ashleigh Robinson, Charley Winnett and Jack Hutchinson scored for Royston.

Daniel Armstrong (two), Marc Arnott and Mitchell Harrison gave Rose & Crown Mosquitoes a 4-0 win over rivals Moretown.