SINGH Sabha produced a stunning display of finishing to beat an experienced and strong Datchet Village side 6-1 to win the Bob Smith Cup this season.

With the Saturday side doing well, the pressure was on the Sunday team to get some silverware, but they were confident ahead of the final at Holloways Park.


started the better of the two teams and took a deserved lead through Adam Goldie, who gave the


keeper no chance with a free-kick struck from outside the box that went in off the crossbar.

This was the wake up call Singh Sabha needed and it was not long before they equalised with a fine team move. Man-of-the-match Omar Riaz put through Jovan Bains and he crossed for the incoming Hasan Mahmood to fire home the equaliser.

Sabha kept the pressure on Datchet and edged ahead late in the first half. Riaz played in Ravi Sehajpal who got to the ball first but was fouled by the Villagers keeper. Up stepped substitute Pritpal Raju and he made no mistake, sending the keeper the wrong way.

Singh Sabha kept calm in the second half and extended their lead thanks to a brilliant strike from Sehajpal. He was found by Mubarak Bashir before hitting a curling left-foot strike from the edge of the box that completely wrong-footed the keeper.

Sabha did not stop there and added a fourth goal moments later. The impressive Sehajpal picked up a pass from Riaz, cut onto his right foot and shot low to beat the dive of the keeper.

Riaz got his fourth assist of the final when he slipped in Raju who, despite a tight angle, was able to find the back of the net.

With just minutes to go, Singh Sabha scored the goal of the game when right-back Bains netted with a stunning 20-yard free-kick.

Captain Mampreet Randhawa lifted the Bob Smith Cup after the final whistle. It was a deserved win for the Sunday side after a season of struggle in the league.