The final was played at Winklebury Football Complex, Basingstoke on 16th April 2023

Farnborough Central 1 F.C.Hajduk 4


Hajduk started well and controlled the early part of the match and opened the score in the 10th minute when Rafael Santos looped a shot past 'keeper, Tom Redhead.

Farnborough hit back when Simon Walton broke through with only the 'keeper to beat but Matt Cleece scrambled the ball away with his feet.

Hajduk went further ahead in the 21st minute when they were awarded a penalty when Santos was pulled down in the box. Andy Baxter took the spot kick which was saved but the rebound fell well for him and he netted from close range. 

As Hadjuk continued to press Kyle Leach was one on one with the 'keeper who made a good save and Andy Partridge won a midfield ball and put in a strong shot just wide.

An early shot by Leach in the second half went just over the bar as Hadjuk again pressed and they went further ahead in the 62nd minute when a through ball was connected by him who scored with a close range shot.

Despite the score Farnborough never gave in and were rewarded when Walton converted a free kick from close range with a header. This gave his team the spurt they needed and Brendon Elliman went close but the 'keeper fumbled the shot round the post.

Hajduk clinched the cup in the 85th minute when a corner was saved but not cleared and Eddie Hodge rolled the ball home.

The game was not over however as the Referee declared 10 extra minutes. During this period Hajduk's Lewis Sainval had the opportunity to score after a long run to the box but he sliced wide.

The Referee was Robert Harrison, Assisted by Richard Diggle and Andrew Walker. The Fourth Official was Derek Pratt.

The match was sponsored by Industrial Boiler Services Ltd and the match balls were sponsored by Blazepod and also Savvy Accountancy Solutions.

The Player of the Match Award went to Hajduk's Adam Baxter.


The squads: 

Farnborough Central – Tom Redhead, Tom Hawes, Aaron Humphrey, Jack Ward, Ben Jenkins, Ryan Davis, Rhys Merrifield, Charlie Wiltshire, Jack Harvey, Matt Munday, Simon Walton, Luke Rance, Alex Booty, Brandon Elliman, Matt Vivian and Alex Timms.


F.C. Hajduk – Matt Cleere, Eddie Myers, Mac Raney, Howard Nhemachena, Rafael Santos, Lewis Sainval, Alex Fernandez, Elliott Dawson, Andy Patridge, Kyle Leach, Calum Charlton, Awwal Abubakar, Lewis Miles, Henry Hodge, Jared Mugan, Dan Brown, Niall Bolger-Wood, Eddie Hodge, Jack Fawcett, Jamie Picket, Matheus Almeida and Eliot Trapnell.