Prestwich FC Reserves were this week crowned champions of the Lancashire Amateur League Division Four after a 2-1 victory over Broughton Amateurs Reserves on Saturday.

They are currently 20 points ahead of their nearest rivals with one game to play, and have won 23 and lost just one of their 25 league games as they have taken the division by storm this season.

The first team look destined to finish in mid-table in the Premier Division after going down to a 3-1 defeat at Howe Bridge Mills.

But they continue to go for glory tonight when they play their rearranged and eagerly-awaited Kenyon Cup semi-final tie against Heywood St James of the Manchester League Premier Division.

The game takes place at Ramsbottom United’s Harry Williams Riverside Stadium at 7.30pm, and there has to be a result on the night.

The prize for the winner is a trip to Bury’s Gigg Lane to take on AFC Bury who beat Elton Vale 4-1 in the other semi-final.

Admission is £2 for adults and £1 concessions.