Cannon blast Athletico for six to go top of the table
PUBLISHED: 12:27 06 November 2014 | UPDATED: 12:28 06 November 2014
Cannon Reserves moved to the top of the table following a 6-0 win over Athletico Quat. Adam Vennard scored a hat-trick and Ian Hutchinson, Ian McCarthy and Jack Stevens added singles.
Andrew Alsop netted an 86th minute equaliser, his second of the match, to gain Bricket Wood their first point of the season in a 2-2 draw with Harpenden Colts OB Reserves. Colts’ goals came from Martin Smith and Joao Pennacchi.
Two goals from Reedan Pearce and a James Millard single gave Stonewood Reserves a 4-3 win over The Ridge, who had David Bailey, George Hunter and Mark Savory on target.
George Redbourn only had 10 players but still beat AFC Mymms 4-1.
Challenge Cup: Vision knocked out cup holders Nicholas Breakspear OB. Ethan Hughes (three), Michael Langton, Jerry Lyons and Adam Wallace scored in a 6-2 triumph.
Harvey Scott secured Precision’s progress with his fourth goal in a 5-3 win over FC Potters Bar. Dean Jacobs scored the other.
Intermediate Cup: Goals from Jamie France and Russell Kercher couldn’t save Pennine Spartans from going down 3-2 against Garston.
Premier Division: A hat-trick from Ben Warren helped Skew Bridge overcome top of the table rivals PSV 5-0. Harry Hunt and Gary Findlay also scored.
Division One: Goals from Mark and Rob Marven, Jack Massey and Daniel Alker saw Six Bells to a 4-0 win over Icarus.
James Harvey scored a hat-trick following Chris Gregory’s opener in Skew Bridge Reserves’ 4-1 win over Bull & Jacks. Nathan Jackson replied for Jacks.
Brookmans Park and NBOB Reserves drew 1-1. Jon Walsh gave Park the lead only to be pegged back with a very late headed reply.
Goals by Frankie Jowle and Mark Paradise gave London Road a 2-1 win against Chequers Inn, who replied through Andrew Pollock.
Division Two: Ali Hill (three) and Stefan Daly netted as Phoenix Reserves came out on top by the odd goal in seven against Cannon, who had Daryl Loring, Ben Starnes and Mark Starnes on target.
Brookmans Park Res came back three times to draw 3-3 with league leaders Queens Head thanks to goals from Danny Clifton (two) and James Lochrie. Queens’ reply came from Matt Corran, Tommy Esom and Khalid Ismal.
Blacksmiths Arms brought their league goals haul to 29 following their 7-1 win against Vision Reserves. Their six goalscorers were Tim Attwood (two), Olli Franks, Jamie Sharp, Dean Skipsey and Lee Sturgess.
Division Three: Radlett Village recorded a 3-2 win against Wheathampstead ‘89 with two goals from Louis Fernandes and a James Welch single. Jake Edwards and Duncan Gray scored for Wheathampstead.
Greenwood Park were the top goalscorers of the day, defeating CHL 9-0. The scorers were Tony Pitt (three), Matt Hedges (two), Nick Fanshaw, Joe Smyth, Matt Thorn and Oliver Weston.
Church End extended their unbeaten league run to five games with a 3-1 win over St Albans IF. Sam Dempsey, Nicky Hanly and Lloyd Willington scored while IFC’s reply came from Kingsley Oyenusi.
Division Four: Tom Simmonds scored a late free-kick to earn an unlikely 4-3 win for Wheathampstead Crown over NBOB. Alex Vaughan, Liam Heffer and Ben Conrad scored Crown’s other goals.
Brookmans Park A registered their first win of the season, beating Herts Mauritian 5-2. The goals acme from James Dileva, Darren Chillingworth, Toby Hanlon (two) and Paul Simpson. Jon Caveree scored both Mauritian goals.
Marshalswick Rovers led twice through Ceri Dix and Dave Hudson but lost 4-2 to St Albans Royals.
Snug Bar recorded a 3-0 score against Phoenix A with goals from Liam McGarry, Matt Zarandi and an own goal.
Queens Head Reserves came away in the top of the table clash against AFC Welwyn with a 3-2 win. Despite playing poorly for the first half and being 2-0 down, Queens came back to take the spoils with goals from Gary Hatchett (two) and Luke Foster.
Oaks made it four wins from five games with a 3-1 win against Camp KBK. Goals came from Paul Carsons, Sam Bagnall and Robert Deveau.
Scott Noble was their stand out player.
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