Four-goal Cocomazzi stings Beehive as Blacksmiths hit rivals for six of best

PUBLISHED: 09:00 20 September 2018

Lewis Cocomazzi scores the second of his four Blacksmiths goals against Beehive

Lewis Cocomazzi scores the second of his four Blacksmiths goals against Beehive

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Blacksmiths striker Lewis Cocomazzi was in stunning form against The Beehive in their Herts Ad Sunday League Division One clash, scoring four superb goals in a 6-2 win.

Dean Skipsey (Blacksmiths) leaves a Beehive player grounded on his way to goal.Dean Skipsey (Blacksmiths) leaves a Beehive player grounded on his way to goal.

Kieran Johnson and Ed King were also on target for the winners, as Jermaine Davey and Ben Conrad replied.

Sam Jones scored both goals for Oaks in their 2-1 win over Six Bells, for whom Aaron Ames netted.

And Phoenix claimed their second win, with Bernard Bradshaw and Sam Bozier on target in their 3-1 win over AFC Mymms, as Tom Pike picked up the star player award.

Premier Division Brookmans Park were brought back down to earth by a 6-3 defeat against AFC Rangers.

Steven Newton scored twice in a fine individual performance, as Calum Baylis also struck, but Harvey Scott replied with a hat-trick in a star man display.

Park’s other goals came from Callum Dudrenec, Marino Savva and Andy Sears-Black.

A brace from Spencer Clarke-Mardel saw AFC London Road to their third Division Two win, 2-0 over Brookmans Park Reserves.

BWSC remain unbeaten after a 3-2 win over Wrestlers after goals from Chris Caruana, Martin Garvey and Robert Bennett.

Mark Starnes was their star player, as Ashley Kingston and Tom Law netted for Wrestlers.

Allan Johnson capped a fine performance for Welwyn Warriors with their goal in a 1-1 draw against Mermaid FC.

A goal from man of the match Karl McGroary was in vain as Royston Rangers Reserves lost 5-1 to Wheathampstead 89 in Division Three.

Sean Kidd bagged both goals as Hanburys beat TNF 2-0, but Marshalswick Rovers lost 3-1 to Hatfield Seniors, as Max Brendish (2) and Curtis Warner cancelled out Nathan Young’s goal. Gary Stuart-Neal was outstanding for the winners.

Jamie Bill and star man John Armitt hit hat-tricks, as Ashley Defries also netted, in a 7-1 win over Blacksmiths Res over Hatfield Mosquito, as Billy Welch replied.

Pioneer Select Blacksmiths beat Brookmans Park ‘A’ 7-1 with goals from star man Dale Ludriecus (2), Jamie Sharp, Jimmy Talbot, Omar Hend, Philip Di Gesaro and Shaun Wright. James Jankawski scored for Park.

St Albans Warriors kept their good start going with a 10-0 rout of Parkbury, scoring three times inside five minutes, and Liam Daley netted four times in a man of the match display.

Tom Perry’s goal saw Royston Rangers to a 1-0 win over Harpenden Colts OBs in the Herts Intermediate Cup, as Jack Pattison saved a penalty and man of the match Greg Wilson shone in midfield.

Plough and Harrow beat Pinewood 6-5 with goals from Tom Simmonds (2), Dominic Learoyd (2), Michael Ross and Alex Vaughan.

Premier Division Hilltop had seven players on target in a 10-0 Herts Ad Knockout Cup win over Division Two side Tansley Reserves. Lewis Johnson, Lee Newman and Conor Bartram scored two apiece and Tommy Howard, Levi Sagai, Jordan Frowd and Reedon Pearce also struck as Hayden Evanson was named star player.

Results, Premier Division: AFC Rangers 6 Brookmans Park 3.

Division One: Oaks 2 Six Bells FC 1, The Beehive 2 Blacksmiths 6.

Division Two: Brookmans Park Res 0 AFC London Road 2, BWSC 3 The Wrestlers 2, Welwyn Warriors 1 Mermaid FC 1.

Division Three: Blacksmiths Res 6 Hatfield Mosquito 1, Brookmans Park ‘A’ 1 Pioneer Selection (Blacksmiths) 7, Hanburys FC 2 T N F 0, Hatfield Seniors 3 Marshalswick Rovers 1, Royston Rangers Res 1 Wheathampstead 89 5, St Albans Warriors FC 10 Parkbury FC 0.

Herts Intermediate Cup Rd 1: Pinewood 5 Plough and Harrow 6, Harpenden Colts OB 0 Royston Rangers 1.

Herts Ad KO Cup Rd 1: Hilltop FC 10 Tansley Res 0.

Fixtures, Premier Division: Skew Bridge v Skew Bridge Rothamsted.

Division One: Blacksmiths v Facelad, CHL v AFC Mymms, Phoenix v Oaks, Pinewood v Six Bells FC, Snug Bar v The Beehive, Tansley v Plough and Harrow.

Division Two: FC Potters Bar 18 v BWSC, Harpenden Colts OB v Royston Rangers, Mermaid FC v The Wrestlers, Welwyn Warriors v Phoenix Res, AFC London Road v New Greens, Tansley Res v Brookmans Park Res.

Division Three: Hatfield Mosquito v Marshalswick Rovers, Pioneer Selection (Blacksmiths) v Hanburys FC, Royston Rangers Res v Blacksmiths Res, T N F v St Albans Warriors FC, Wheathampstead 89 v Brookmans Park ‘A’, Parkbury FC v Hatfield Seniors.

Herts Sunday Senior Cup: Hilltop FC v AFC Finchley, Six Bells FC v AFC Rangers, Blackberry Jacks FC v NBOB, Brookmans Park v Bradmore Rovers.

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