Henley Athletic became the first team to reach the final of the Morrison Freight cup final after defeating a gallant Coplestonians side in this afternoons semi-final. Coplestonians took the lead midway through the first half when Jordan Godbold (9) latched onto a through ball to volley past Henley keeper Glyn Dixon.(see picture). Henley applied considerable pressure as the half continued but could find no way through a resilient Cops defence. The second half continued in much the same vain, with Henley having more of the procession but not being able to penetrate the Cops defence, well marshalled by Grant Monaghan. With the game heading into the last five minutes Henley received a lifeline when Storey squeezed a corner in at the near post. With 4 minutes added on time played Henley broke Cops resolve with a strike from George Ablitt from distance, which the Cops keeper will feel he should have saved. An entertaining game well controlled by referee Darren Stobbart and his assistants Terry Rackley and Calin Rogajan.