Top of the table clash settled by CHL’s five-star second-half performance

PUBLISHED: 17:40 13 October 2017

CHL's Daler Bhaker fires home one of his three goals against Harpenden Colts OB.

CHL's Daler Bhaker fires home one of his three goals against Harpenden Colts OB.

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Another tireless performance from league leaders CHL saw them to a 5-1 win against second placed Harpenden Colts OB in Herts Advertiser Sunday League Division Four.

Mikey Alderman scored a hat-trick for Facelad against Royston Res.Mikey Alderman scored a hat-trick for Facelad against Royston Res.

The Colts took the lead through Darren Smith but continued pressure from CHL in the second half brought goals for Craig Beach, Jason Nicolaou and a hat-trick from Daler Bhaker.

Brookmans Park A found it tough as they lost 3-2 to Hatfield Mosquito. Toby Hanlon and James Jankawski scored for Park but Marc Mills, Samuel Opolu Sekhyere and James Walker gave Hatfield the three points.

High flying Wrestlers recorded their fourth league victory, defeating St Albans Warriors 3-0 thanks to Matthew Stanley, Robert Taylor and Dan Hedges.

Town Inn fought back to draw 3-3 with Brookmans Park in the Premier Division. Park’s Dan Hart and Inn’s Ashlee Kisseidu both scored twice.

Skew Bridge were made to work all the way for a 1-1 draw aganst a solid AFC Rangers side.

Two goals from Joe Manfredini plus a single Scott Kilbane effort earned The Compasses a 3-3 draw against Nicholas Breakspear OB Res in Division One.

An excellent performance by Blackberry Jacks saw them beat Six Bells 3-0. George Dale scored twice and Wael Benatim once with all the goals coming in the second half.

Division Two leaders Pinewood recorded a 4-1 win against Snug Bar, Andrew Alsop scoring his first hat-trick of the season.

Oaks ran out 6-0 winners over BWSC in Division Three with Chris Coleman (two), Ian Shaw, Luke Marsh, Paul Gillard and Dexter Simpson all on target.

League leaders New Greens toppled AFC Mymms 3-2 for whom Andre Lazos and Sam Patience scored.

Blacksmiths stepped up a level to beat Stonewood Utd 5-0 in the Herts Ad Knockout Cup. Aidan Golds scored twice and Joe O’Brien, Jamie Sharp and Perry Stellon completed the win.

Division Two Colney Heath Sunday shocked Premier Division Phoenix 3-2 after extra-time. Heath’s scorers were Billy Ordinaire, Jack Greaves and Neil Stevenson.

Two goals from Will Oxley plus a Tom Li single gave Queens Head Sandridge a 3-2 win against Bradmore Rovers in the Herts Ad Challenge Cup. Rovers’ goals came from Paul Ricketts and Ennis Daly.

Facelad are through to round two of the Herts Ad Intermediate Cup after a 6-0 win over Royston Rangers Res. Michael Alderman bagged himself a hat-trick.

A single goal from Ashley Defries was enough for St Albans Irish to overcome Dagmar 1984.

A back and forth game eventually saw Welwyn Warriors beat Hatfield Seniors 4-2 after extra-time. Scott Taylor put them in front with a cracking volley but Seniors replied through Aaron Puleston and George Burton.

A 92nd minute header from Allan Johnston took the game to extra time and John Malone’s double sealed the tie.

Glenn Johnson scored a brace from the bench for Royston Rangers as they beat Blacksmiths Res 2-0 in the Herts Ad Junior Cup.

Marshalswick Rovers defeated Jolly Sailor 5-0 with Steve Bellard scoring a hat-trick.

A Chris Wilding goal was enough for Veer Dhara to overcome Blackboy 1-0.

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