CHL show perfect vision to score first win of the season

AFC Rangers' Stef Geraldes attacks the Skew Bridge goal

AFC Rangers' Stef Geraldes attacks the Skew Bridge goal - Credit: Archant

CHL recorded their first victory of the campaign, beating Vision 6-1 in Division Four of the Herts Advertiser Sunday League.

A brace from Rob Jackson and strikes by Pat Keenan, Daler Bhaker, Sam Parchment and Ruhi Karadal ensured the victory.

Cannon Res became the first team to take points from runaway league leaders Stonewood Res.

Goals from Daryl Atkins (two), Lee Greenwood and James Moule secured a 4-2 win.

Stonewood’s goals came from Thomas Mardle and Ryan Smith.


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Two goals apiece from Darren Caveree and Jack Nevin earned Athletico Quat a 4-0 win against Royston Rangers.

White Horse scored a fine 6-1 win against Brookmans Park A.

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Gary Farrow was their star man, scoring four goals with Michael Blanchard and Thomas Collins getting the others. Darren Chillingworth replied for the Park.

Pinewood were unstoppable against The Mill winning 11-0.

Tom Pegram and Luke Harris both grabbed hat-tricks with Andrew Alsop, Jack Turner, Chris Lee and Rob Orchard also on the scoresheet.

A good performance in the Herts Junior Cup helped Camp Victorians see off Ardent FC in a game as twisting as the wind.

Ardent took the lead before James Watt, direct from a corner, and Mickey Sinnott put Victorians ahead at the break.

Ardent equalised in the second half but the Victorians sealed the 3-2 win with a David Sandiford goal two minutes from time.

In an all Herts Ad clash, Snug Bar defeated Cannon 6-1. Gary Starnes scored for Cannon.

Harpenden Colts OB led twice against Wheathampstead Swan in the Intermediate Cup before eventually going down 6-3 after extra time.

Chris Newcombe’s two goals had given the Colts the edge but they were pegged back by Ben Conrad and Tom Simmonds’ efforts.

Dean Baker put Swan in front but Joe Sheridan forced extra time.

And the extra 30 minutes proved beneficial for Wheathampstead who clinched the win through Alex Vaughan, Marc Winch and a second for Ben Conrad.

Marshalswick Rovers lost 2-1 to Phoenix Res in a wind-affected game.

Phoenix were two up at half-time and despite Mike Ingram pulling one back they couldn’t get an equaliser.

Sam Carrington and Charlie Betts scored twice each as St Albans Rangers beat AFC Mymms 8-3.

Dean Cullen, Calum Marjoram, Jordan Warshawsky and Zack Zachariah scored the others.

AFC Rangers came from behind to gain a 2-1 win over Skew Bridge in the Premier Division.

Harvey Scott, cancelled out Mark Hitchcock’s opener before Tommy Burns hit the winner.

Goals from Jamie Hazell and Jamie Sharp gave Blacksmiths Arms an excellent 2-2 draw against Nicholas Breakspear OB.

Still looking for their first league victory New Jacks went down for the fifth time, losing 2-1 against Phoenix.

Brad Harrison netted their goal.

In Division One, Brookmans Park did the double over Chequers Inn with a 5-2 victory.

Callum Baylis scored two with Luke Watling, Ben Bagshaw and Drew Botterman one each.

Stuart Pearson and Andy Pytel replied for Chequers.

Church End came out on top against Facelad with a 2-1 win.

Church fell behind early in the second half to a Josh Knott strike.

But goals from Sam Dempsey and Dean Stanton. with a wind-assisted free-kick from the halfway line, handed them the victory.

Despite playing a large part of the game with 10 men, Queens Head came out with a 4-1 win over Garston.

A hat-trick from centre half Sam Doolan and one from Dave Corran did the damage.

Stonewood recorded a 7-1 win against Skew Bridge Res.

Ashlee Kissiedo (two), Lewis Field, Curtis Cumberbatch, Grant Macares, Lee Newman and Derren Thompson got their goals.

Brookmans Park Res drew 2-2 with Harp Rovers Blue in Division Two, with goals from Joe Hamner and Henry Chapman.

Wheathampstead fell to a 2-1 defeat to Primary Care.

Lee Sturgess scored their goal with Ben Patey and Sam Stephenson netting for Primary Care.

The only game in Division Three saw goals from Jak Hamilton, Connor Lorimer and Grant Hamilton earn Queens Head Res a 3-3 draw against George Redbourn.

Marco Capontes, Jason Abbott and Ian Ward scored for George.

Results

December 6

Herts FA Sunday Junior Cup Round Four:

Niranki Heath City 7 Tansley (Radlett Village) 0, Cannon 1 The Snug Bar 6, Nicholas Breakspear OB Res 0 Aspire Personnel Trainer 2, Camp Victorians 3 Ardent 2.

Intermediate Cup Round Three:

AFC Mymms 3 St Albans Rangers 8, Harpenden Colts OB 3 Wheathampstead Swan 6, Marshalswick 1 Phoenix Res 2.

Premier Division:

AFC Rangers 2 Skew 1, Blacksmiths Arms 2 Nicholas Breakspear OB 2, Phoenix 2 New Jacks 1.

Division One:

Brookmans Park 5 Chequers Inn 2, Facelad 1 Church End 2, Queens Head 4 Garston 1, Skew Bridge Res 1 Stonewood 7.

Division Two:

Brookmans Park Res 2 Harpenden Rovers Blue 2, The Ridge 6 Oaks 3, Wheathampstead ‘89 1 Primary Care 2.

Division Three:

George Redbourn 3 Queens Head Res 3.

Division Four:

Royston Rangers 0 Athletico Quat 4, Stonewood Res 2 Cannon Res 4, The Mill 0 Pinewood 11, Vision 1 CHL 6, White Horse 6 Brookmans Park ‘A’ 1.

Fixtures

December 13

Herts FA Sunday Intermediate Cup Round Four:

Apsley Ath v Oaks, Stonewood v Facelad, Queens Head v Wanderers.

Intermediate Cup Round Three:

Wheathampstead ‘89 v Phoenix ‘A’:

Premier Division:

AFC Rangers v New Jacks, Six Bells v Nicholas Breakspear OB, Skew Bridge v Phoenix.

Division One:

Brookmans Park v Skew Bridge Res, Chequers Inn v Church End,

Tansley (Radlett Village) v Garston.

Division Two:

Phoenix Res v Brookmans Park Res, St Albans Rangers v Wheathampstead Swan, St Albans Royals v Harpenden Rovers Blue, The Ridge v Primary Care.

Division Four:

AFC Mymms v Brookmans Park ‘A’, CHL v Cannon Res, Pinewood v Athletico Quat, Royston Rangers v Marshalswick, The Mill v Stonewood Res, White Horse v Vision.

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