Keenleyside on form as Skew Bridge win clash of titans against Breakspear

PUBLISHED: 09:25 21 September 2017 | UPDATED: 09:38 21 September 2017

Nicholas Breakspear clear a Skew Bridge corner during their Herts Advertiser Sunday League clash.

Nicholas Breakspear clear a Skew Bridge corner during their Herts Advertiser Sunday League clash.


Skew Bridge came out on top in the clash of the titans against Nicholas Breakspear Old Boys in the Herts Ad Sunday League Premier Division – winning by a comfortable 5-2 margin.

Skew Bridge hat-trick hero David Keenleyside scoring one of his two penalties against Breakspear.Skew Bridge hat-trick hero David Keenleyside scoring one of his two penalties against Breakspear.

The outstanding Dave Keenleyside got the man of the match vote, scoring a superb hat-trick which included two penalties.

Ed Frost continued his fine form as Skew controlled midfield and chipped in with a goal with the score being completed by livewire James Ewington.

Queens Head Sandridge took three points in a 6-1 win at Town Inn FC.

Adam Parker opened the scoring after a fine cross from Jack Woods, who went on to score two himself. Dave Corran also hit a brace while Sam Doolan converted a penalty. Lee Newman replied from the spot for Town Inn. Jordan Stevenson, Chris Powell, Luke Watling and Mitchell Dennis all scored as Brookmans Park beat Phoenix 4-2. Ally Hill and Sam Bozier replied for Phoenix.

Skew Bridge Res followed the first team’s lead with a 5-2 win over Blackberry Jacks in Division One. Chris Gregory and Jon Gregory set them on their way before James Elliott scored two and Cameron McKie the fifth.

Jacks scored through a Matthew Parkins’ screamer and a solo effort by Bradley Harrison.

Pinewood and Stonewood Utd drew 1-1 in Division Two while a late winner from BWSC saw them beat Marshalswick Rovers 2-1 in Division Three.

New Greens made it two in two with a 5-3 win over Oaks, Greg Irving netting a hat-trick.

In Division Four Royston Rangers Res fell to a 2-1 defeat against Jolly Sailor but there was a comprehensive 9-1 win for Harpenden Colts OB against a depleted Dagmar.

Kanyin Fagade and Darren Smith, Edi Bokciu, Max Mackenzie and Matt Shaw shared all the goals for the Colts.

Goals from Harry Honeywood and Lee Thorne couldn’t save St Albans Warriors going down 4-2 against Blacksmiths Res.

Colney Heath Sunday needed extra time to beat Snug Bar 6-2 in the Herts Ad Knockout Cup, Sean Moss getting a brace.

Blacksmiths’ 3-0 win over AFC rangers takes them into round two of the Herts Ad Challenge Cup.

Tansley edged Wheathampstead ‘89 3-2 in the Intermediate Cup thanks to a brace from Steve Weldom.

Tom Hughes was the star man for Royston Rangers as they lost 3-0 to AFC Mymms.

And Hatfield Mosquito won 5-4 over Brookmans Park ‘A’ thanks to two goals apiece from Mark Mills and Paul Newton plus an own goal. In the Herts FA Intermediate Cup Welwyn Warriors twice came from a goal down against Ickleford Sports but eventually lost 3-2 after extra time.

Brookmans Park Res progressed into the next round with a 3-2 win against Harpenden Athletic. Goals came from Pat Doherty, Henry Chapman and Joe Cullum.

And Mark Freestone, Daryl Archer and Ennis Daly were on the two-goal mark for Bradmore Rovers in a 8-1 win against Phoenix Res. Other scorers were Lewis Freestone and Rhys Monger.

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