Five-star Curtis Warner gives Brookmans Park a Senior moment in Hatfield

PUBLISHED: 09:19 07 September 2017

Athletic Quat try and force their way past the Deer Dhara defence.

Athletic Quat try and force their way past the Deer Dhara defence.


Curtis Warner announced Hatfield Seniors’ arrival in the Herts Ad Sunday League with five goals in a 6-1 win over Brookmans Park A.

Hamish Bhatt scored the other for the former Welwyn & Hatfield Sunday League side.

Paul Hurley got the solitary Park goal in the Division Four clash.

Harpenden Colts OB ran out 3-1 winners against Dagmar 1984, albeit the result was a bit flattering.

Dagmar took the lead through Chris Simiou but two goals from Edi Bokciu and one from Alex Dennehy ensured a Colts victory.

Goalkeeper Danny Kitts was man of the match for Royston Rangers Res after a fine performance but he was still unable to prevent Hatfield Mosquitos winning 3-0.

Sam Bisby, Luke Wilkins and Paul Newton were on target for Hatfield.

Blackboy and St Albans Warriors shared the points in a 2-2 draw while Wrestlers FC won 6-3 against CHL in their first-ever game.

John Armitt gave Blacksmiths Res a 1-0 win over Jolly Sailor.

Skew Bridge began the defence of their Premier Division crown with a 5-2 win over Phoenix, James Ewington getting a hat-trick.

Queens Head Sandridge had a sensational start, beating Brookmans Park 6-1.

Blacksmiths twice came from behind to beat Harpenden Athletic 3-2 in Division One.

Aidan Golds got two and Jamie Sharp one while Adam Hall and Alex Norwood scored for Athletic.

Six Bells and Skew Bridge Res shared six goals in a 3-3 draw as did Bradmore Rovers and Blackberry Jacks.

Two well-taken goals from Chris Eist and Steve Eldridge paved the way for a 3-2 win for Warriors against Stonewood in Division Two.

Pinewood and Colney Heath Sunday fought out an entertaining 2-2 draw while Pat Doherty’s goal was not enough for Brookmans Park Res as they lost 3-1 to Phoenix Res.

Wheathampstead ‘89 went top of the early Division Three table after a convincing 7-1 win over Royston Rangers.

Marshalswick found themselves three down in 10 minutes against AFC Mymms, eventually losing 5-2.

Good solid display from BWSC, and good passing and movement in a dominant first half performance against Oaks. Early goals from Craig Ashurst, Josh Humpage and Mark Starnes gave BWSC a comfortable 3-0 win over Oaks and Veer Dhara and Athletico Quat drew 1-1.


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