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Oakley Fair Play Cup - the history
The Oakley Cup was named after Denis Oakley, who was the treasurer of the league between 1983 and 1998 and also secretary of 1980s member club Coseley Rovers.
The cup was played for between 1990 and 1999, towards the end of each season, and entry into the competition was offered to those member clubs with the best disciplinary record.
The first winners being Walsall based Bescot United who triumphed 4-0 over Olympic Reserves in the final played at Wolverhampton United Football Club's Prestwood Road ground.
Extra time has been required in two of the previous finals to decide the outright winner. In 1991 with Sedgley Red Lion edging out Northway and in 1993 when Fortress GDS claimed the prize with a 2-0 win over Thomas Laidlaw Eagles.
Coneygre Colts and Wombourne Wanderers were finalists in both 1998 and 1999 with the former successful on both occasions.