The Herts Ad Sunday League continued its run to the end of the season with fixtures on Easter Sunday - but they do so without one of their most famous names.

Skew Bridge have been one of the most successful clubs to even ply their trade in the league, lifting 26 trophies in their history including the Herts Sunday Senior Cup for five years running.

They also won the Premier Division crown in five out of six seasons but have been forced to quit this year after struggling to raise a team.

The good news though is they plan to make a comeback next season. They have eight players willing to continue and hope to recruit some new, younger blood in time for the 2023-24 campaign.

In their absence the league have their eyes on a first, happening this Sunday in Letchworth.

The final of the Herts FA Sunday Intermediate Cup, taking place at the County Ground with a 2.30pm kick-off, will pit Brookmans Park and Little Heath against each other, the first time any two sides from the league have met another in a county final.

Park warmed up for it with an easy 5-0 success against Wheathampstead Wanderers in the Herts Ad Challenge Cup.

Jamie Nelson smashed four of them with Ben Bagshaw getting the other.

Strafford Arms needed extra time before finally seeing off Player Packs with a 6-5 win, Jaden Newman and Jack Davis getting two of the goals.

Alfie Carberry and James Todd were among the scorers for Packs.

David Fennell, Scott Little and Zack Neiman were all on target as Arms Res won 5-0 against TNF in the Herts Ad Junior Cup.

Goals by Matt Standen and Ronnie Russo saw Forever Young People into the next round of the Jim Lynch Trophy, beating Paxton Rovers 2-1, while Borehamwood Rovers lost 1-0 in the semi-final of the Deakin White Champions Cup to Luton Celtic.

Mermaid Res overcame Royston Rangers Res 4-2 in the Reserve Cup, three of their goals coming from Guiseppe Basile, Craig Clark and Ken Lee. Jack Hutchinson and Dan Moss replied for Rangers.

Excel proved too strong for Rose & Crown Mosquito in the Herts Ad Charity Cup, winning 8-2.

Callum Grimes got a hat-trick and there were others from Troy Archer, Thomas Mullard, Michael Bullard, Reshawn Newland and Morgan Trotman.

A hat-trick from Louis Batstone and a Cain Joseph single gave Alban Dynamo a 4-1 win against Moretown.

There were a couple of games in the Goulding Cups too.

The Plough & Harrow beat Ocean XI 3-1 in the Senior Cup with goals from Tommy Biswell and Chris Dunn, while a Chris Coleman goal was all Wheathampstead ‘89 could muster in a 2-1 loss to Wrestlers in the junior version.

In the league, Harpenden Colts OB moved up a place in Division One after two games with The Bull.

They won the first game 3-2, Oliver Lacey (two) and Sam Watt scoring while Jack Woods got both for The Bull, with the second ending 3-3.

Jamie Jones got two that time with one from Sam Jones, while Bull’s goals came from Danny Fitzgerald (two) and Jamie Sharp.

In Division Three, BWSC won both games of a double header against St George’s 3-0 and Phoenix Res made it five straight league victories with a 5-2 success over Welwyn Warriors Res, Dorian James hitting a hat-trick in that one.

Brookmans Park Res meanwhile won 3-1 in Division Four against Alban Dynamo Res, courtesy of Nathan Gibbins, Michael Donkin and Amar Lewis goals.

Top scorers of the day were Royston Rangers had a great day, winning 13-0 against Hatfield Seniors Res.

Ryan Lawler and Jack Messam both finished with four goals while there was a double for Cameron Ferguson.

Brad Solomon, Chris Miller and Harry Parker got the others.