The improvement in the temperatures meant there were a good number of matches played in the Herts Ad Sunday League.

Premier Division leaders, Brookmans Park, suffered a difficult day.

They lost 3-2 to Six Bells to see their lead cut to four points.

Rhys Hunt and Jamie Nelson got their goals but Jack McShane and a late winner from Jamie Willing helped gave the points to the Bells.

Borehamwood Rovers are still second after a 2-1 win at home to Wheathampstead Wanderers, for whom Jordan Cornes scored, while Plough & Harrow are third thanks to a 4-3 win over Strafford Arms, who slip to fourth.

Chris Dunn scored two and there was one each for Charlie Gould and Niall Kateley.

Forever Young People and Harpenden Colts Old Boys played out a 1-1 draw, Dan Bradley scoring for the OBs.

Wheathampstead Wanderers Res pulled further clear at the top of Division One with a 6-0 win over Phoenix Res.

Joe Rabey, Noah Arthur-Tinworth, James Mason, Adam Barton, Dominic McCarthy and Jonathan Moore got their goals.

Exel went one better, beating bottom of the league Pinewood 7-0.

Thomas Mullord got two while there was one each for Aaron Nash, Ryan Ranger, Joseph Curran, Jack Brown and Jay Colston.

The two clubs at the bottom of Division Two played out a 2-2 draw. Ronan Nevin and Andrew Peet scored for Brookmans Park Res while Simon Best and Jonathan Tanton were the TNF scorers.

Six Bells Res stay second after a 4-1 win at Alban Dynamo, Cain Joseph getting the home side's goal, while Mermaid Res are third following a 7-1 win over Oceans XI.

Ken Lee (two), Adam Payne, Josh Sparkes, Euan Wattley, Pasquale Basile and Luke Dolan were on target for Mermaid.

Welwyn Warriors Res won 1-0 at The Wrestlers in Division Three to stay second, John Woodward the scorer, while Wheathampstead 89 stay third with a 3-0 success over Hatfield Comets.

Daryl Dunbar, Chris Field and James Watt scored in the second half.

A hat-trick from Robert Gradwell gave Hertfordshire Vets a 3-2 win at home to Marshalswick Rovers, Kai Takahashi and Harry Parker getting their goals.

Stotfold Rovers stay top of Division Four after a walkover win against CPFC Eagles.

Hatfield Seniors Res beat Phoenix A 3-2 with two goals for Harry Baker and one from Jack Freund, Jack Lovett and Josh Peddar getting the Phoenix goals.

Jake Downes scored twice as Monday Night Football got their third win of the season, Chandler Monk the other on target in a 3-2 victory at London Colney United.

There were three cup games too, two of them in the Herts Ad Challenge Cup and both needed penalties to decide the winner.

BWSC won 4-2 in the shoot-out against The Bull after a 0-0 draw while Little Heath came through 5-4 against Welwyn Warriors.

They had played out a 2-2 draw in 90 minutes, Steven Mee and Matt Taiwo on target for Welwyn.

The other match saw St George's win 7-2 against Saints in the Herts Ad Intermediate Cup.