In the East Goscote Plumbers Premier Division Falcons FC won 4-1 away at Rothley imperial, Tom Wilson (2), Luke Green and Danny Pownall for the Falcons, Emido Chiavetta for Rothley. A James Evans strike gave Sporting Markfield a 1-0 win at home against Kegworth Imperial.
Shedland.co.uk Division One Champions Shepshed Amateurs finished the season with a 3-2 win against FC Coalville, Matt Unwin (2) and Shane De Hayes for Shepshed, Jamie Kendrick hitting both the Coalville goals.
In the Windmill Trophies Division Three Loughborough United Reserves won 3-2 away at Bottesford FC Reserves, Connor Martin, Chris Stevens and Mark Lakin for Loughborough, Andy Daybell and Chris Tonge for Bottesford. A brace from Jack Tormey gave Sutton Bonington Reserves a 2-1 win at home to Measham Welfare Reserves, Tom Gutteridge with the Measham goal. Thorpe Acre won 3-1 away at Woodhouse Imperial Reserves, Scott Bowtell (2) and Michael Tranter for Thorpe Acre, Stu Brookes for Woodhouse. Market Bosworth Reserves beat Quorn United 1-0, Matt Angell with the winner for Bosworth.
In the Chairmans Trophy Semi Finals a brace from Mason Ball gave East Leake Robins a 2-1 win away at FC Polonia, Tomasz Kupczyk for Polonia. Bottesford FC won 5-2 away at Greenhill YC Reserves, Mark Cowling (3), George Crowther and Sam Garner for Bottesford, George Smith and Ryan Thornley for Greenhill. Sileby Victoria beat Thringstone MW Reserves 5-4, Dean Copson (3), Shane Reynolds and Simon Harper for Sileby, David Pollard, Max Carroll, Dale Wight and Daniel Wright for Thringstone. Wymeswold FC Reserves beat Market Bosworth 5-2, Jake Perkins (2), Daniel Robinson, Steve Marshall and Jon Tature for Wymeswold, Ben Gascoigne and Frank Armsden for Bosworth.
In the second semi-final of the Blakes Bedrooms Bonser Trophy played on Thursday night, Sporting Markfield Reserves booked their place in the final on the 25th April against Wymeswold FC Reserves with a 4-1 win over Asfordby Development. Callum Rousseau (2), Dom Phillips and Ryan O’Connor for Markfield, Jamie Felstead foe Asfordby.