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.

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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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