AS the end of a long and much delayed season approaches, the Vale of Glamorgan Association Football League’s cup finals start.

The first took place on Sunday 21st April for the Junior Cup: the Year 11 Divisional Cup.

On a beautiful Sunday morning Barry Athletic FC took on Cogan Coronation AFC. Cogan took the lead but Barry Athletic FC responded with two goals to take home the trophy. Final score Barry Athletic FC 2-1 Cogan Coronation Mini & Juniors AFC.

Sunday 28th April saw the Year 10 Divisional Cup take place with Wolves AFC taking on Barry Town United FC for the Steve Williams Memorial trophy.

Wolves AFC took the lead with a goal from Kyle Booker at the 15-minute mark. Nial Chinn responded in the 32nd minute for Barry Town United FC however.

Kyle grabbed his second four minutes later. Wolves took a 2-1 lead into the break. Another Nial Chinn goal made it 2-2.

The score would stay the same until full time with the only notable happening was a red card for each team.

Extra time came and the game look set for penalties but after a Barry Town United FC attack leaving them open at the back, Cole Saunders latched on to a free ball.

A lob over the keeper seemed to take an age with the ball eventually falling into the open net for Wolves FC third. Final Score Wolves AFC 3-2 Barry Town United FC

In the afternoon the first Senior Final took place for the prestigious ASRS Cup.

The Premier Division League Cup saw FC Barry Belgrade take on Barry Athletic FC. FC Barry Belgrade took the lead with a goal from Dave Stephenson 15 minutes in.

The match played out without much incident before on the 86’ – in scenes similar to the earlier match – Ben Pearce found the ball and space to go on the attack and draw Barry Athletic FC level.

A prolonged session of added on time saw Dave Stephenson of FC Barry Belgrade get his second and ultimately the winning goal.

Final score, FC Barry Belgrade 2-1 Barry Athletic FC.

The Vale of Glamorgan Association Football League would like to thank Barry Town United FC manager Gavin Chesterfield, Barry Town United FC secretary David Cole and local football historian Jason Pawlin for presenting the medal and trophies after the games.