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Worcestershire Senior Cup

Summary
The Worcestershire Senior Cup (officially The Worcestershire Football Association Senior Invitation Cup) is a football competition organised by the Worcestershire County Football Association. It began in the 1893-94 season, with Redditch Town taking the first honours. Due to the dearth of professional clubs within the county, few professional teams have taken part, though Walsall, Aston Villa, and Kidderminster Harriers are past winners. The Senior Cup is the more senior of the county's two main cups, and at present entry is restricted to those clubs which are affiliated to the County FA and compete in the Southern Football League or higher. Clubs from lower leagues compete in the Worcestershire Senior Urn. Winners The winners of the Cup have been as follows: *1893–94 - Redditch Town *1894–95 - Oldbury Town *1895–96 - Kidderminster Harriers *1896–97 - Oldbury Town *1897–98 - Oldbury Town *1898–99 - Bourneville Athletic *1899–1900 - No competition, reason unknown *1900–01
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