ALVECHURCH'S League Cup Final plans have been thrown into disarray after proposed opponents St Andrews were thrown out of the competition for fielding an ineligible player.

The Church will now face Midland League Division One side AFC Hinckley in the final which takes place next Monday, May 15 at Walsall FC.

Church boss Ian Long said: "We had St Andrews watched when they played against Stourport Swifts but that's immaterial now.

"Even though they're a level below, Hinckley could prove hard opponents as they have a number of former Chasetown players in their ranks.

"Hinckley have already put out a number of Premier Division sides in this competition and they will be well supported, so we are expecting a tough game.

"It does take a bit of gloss off the event now that St Andrews have been thrown out but I really want to finish the season with a league and cup double."

Church have also booked their place in another final after beating Sporting Khalsa 2-1 after extra time in the J W Hunt Cup.

Josh Mckenzie cancelled out Marvin Nisbett's first half strike for Khalsa before Reece Shilvock eventually slotted home an extra time winner.

Church will now meet either Highgate United or Wednesfield in the final on May 23.

Ian Long used the game to give some of his promising batch of youngsters an outing with Lewis Gwilliams, Brogan Halpin and Callum Baker all featuring.