Herts Ad Sunday League: Sibling rivalry ends in two hat-tricks and KBK victory

PUBLISHED: 10:03 20 November 2014

Camp KBK's Dean Jones heads at the Snug Bar goal.

Camp KBK's Dean Jones heads at the Snug Bar goal.

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Aaron and Charlie Lumsden scored three each in Camb KBK’s 9-1 victory.

The Lumsden brothers, Aaron and Charlie, went goal for goal and ended up with a hat-trick each as Camp KBK thrashed Snug Bar 9-1 in Division Four. Dean Jones, Mark Pearson and Ben Tester were also on target while Liam McGarry scored for Bar.

Brookmans Park A won 6-1 against Marshalswick thanks to goals from Paolo Besenzi (three), Matt Bennett (two) and Neil Black. Dave Hudson netted for Marshalswick.

Herts Intermediate Cup: Drew Botterman scored a hat-trick and Tom Wilsher netted a late winner as Brookmans Park edged Old Pond Athletic 4-3 in a tight game.

Park’s reserves needed penalties to finally see off Wolfpack United. Ryan Painter’s equaliser took the game to extra-time.

Khalid Ismal (three) and Adam Parker (two) ensured Queens Head’s safe progress with a 5-1 win over The Grove.

Goals by Juhel Ali, Tim Attwood and Lee Sturgess gave Blacksmiths Arms a 3-1 win against local rivals Nicholas Breakspear Reserves, whose goal came from Connor Reddy.

Six Bells beat Jockets 3-1 on penalties following a 3-3 stalemate after two hours of football. Mark Marveen, Jack Massey and James Pegrum scored for Bells.

Frank Jowle, Russell Gallagher (two) and John Armitt gave London Road a 4-1 win over Chorleywood Club.

Bull & Jacks had to work hard for their 3-0 win against Mon the Biff. Ashley High, Daniel Marsh and James Owen scored the goals.

Skew Bridge Reserves goalkeeper Elliot Jones was in inspired form as his side beat Broxbourne Athletic 8-3. The scorers were James Elliot (three), Chris Gregory (two), Darren Flay, Matt Richardson and Joe Burgess.

Junior Cup: Goals from David Bailey, Chris Draddy (three), Niall Lysaght (two) and Ian Merryfield saw the Ridge to a 7-1 win over St Albans Royals, who had Tim Roscoe on target.

Reserve Cup: Queens Head Reserves beat Phoenix A 5-1 with goals from Tom Li (two), Matt Bulcer, Gary Hatchett and Jack Faulder. Tom Upson replied for Phoenix.

Premier Division: Stef Geraldes scored a hat-trick and Piaras Lysaght added a single as AFC Rangers beat PSV 4-0,.

Phoenix remain without a win after losing 2-1 to Vision, who had goals from Yasin Boodhoo and Adam Wallace. Sam Bozier netted for Phoenix.

Division Two: Phoenix Reserves routed Vision Reserves 11-0. The scorers were Bobby Gurrey (three), James Blyth (two), Liam Wanless (two), Mark Johnson, Shenahl Samarasinghe, Jack Skinner and Joe Wingfield.

Pennine Spartans also won 11-0 in a win over Cannon. The goalscorers were Jamie France (two), Adam Durrant (two), Russell Kercher (two), Jamie Smith (two), Kieran McIlroy, Ben Durrant and Myer Fuller.

Division Three: Nicky Hanly scored a hat-trick in Church End’s 7-4 win over Radlett Village. Tom Blackman, Mitch Haylock, Sam Dempsy and Jonny Rowland also netted.

Joe Bray hit a triple and Alex Dennehy and Chris Newcombe added one apiece as Harpenden Colts OB beat CHL. Scott Moore scored for CHL in the 5-1 loss.

A late volley from Sam Carrington-Kennedy gave Rangers a 2-1 win over Greenwood Park. Chris Hamilton got the other and Rory Suttie replied for the Park.

Oaks completed the double over Wheathampstead Crown in a 2-1 score. Robert Deveau and Anthony Maher scored for Oaks and Michael Ross for Crown.

Division Five: Andrew Alsop bagged a hat-trick as Bricket Wood record their first win of the season with a 4-2 success over Athletico Quat. Jack Turner also scored.

An Andre Lazos goal earned AFC Mymms a share of the spoils in a 1-1 draw against Cannon Reserves. who had Lee Greenwood on target.

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