Herts Ad Sunday League: Skew Bridge go five points clear
PUBLISHED: 09:37 24 February 2015 | UPDATED: 09:37 24 February 2015
Skew Bridge rattled seven goals past PSV to go five points clear at the top of the Premier Division. Mark Hitchcock (three), Tom Warren, Harry Hunt and Gary Findlay (two) scored for Bridge while John Baines replied for PSV.
Nicholas Breakspear OB had six players on the scoresheet in their 6-0 success over AFC Rangers. The goals came from Cain Davey, Jermaine Davey, Ryan Hearne, Josh Humbert, Dave Parkinson and Trevor Stevens.
INTERMEDIATE CUP: Goals from Paul Martin and Dexter Simpson saw Garston to a 2-1 win over Church End and book their place in the last four.
DIVISION ONE: Steve Harris scored four first-half goals as Skew Bridge Reserves beat Brookmans Park 5-1. James Elliot scored Bridge’s other goal and Dan Milliard replied for Park.
DIVISION TWO: Blacksmiths Arms beat title rivals Brookmans Park Reserves 4-0, with goals from Jamie Sharp (two) Dean Skipsey and Dan Grosch.
DIVISION THREE: Stonewood edged Wheathampstead ‘89 3-2 thanks to goals from Lewis Field, Dan Hedges and Lee Newman. James Watt scored both Wheathampstead goals.
Harpenden Colts OB drew 2-2 with Radlett Village. George Caldgrara scored both of Colts’ goals and James Welch and Dene Lewis were on the scoresheet for Radlett.
St Albans IFC beat 10-man CHL 5-0, with goals from Kingsley Oyenusi (two), Jason Nicolaou (two) and Ryan Sutherland.
DIVISION FOUR: AFC Welwyn won 2-1 over Queens Head Resevers, who had Jack Faulder on target.
Ross Ashcroft, Stephen Bellard and Daniel Hudson secured a 3-2 win for Marshalswick Rovers against Herts Mauritian.
Brookmans Park A couldn’t hang onto a 2-0 lead in a draw with Oaks. Paolo Besenzi and Ollie Thomas scored for Park.
Camp KBK lost 3-2 to St Albans Royals. Camp’s goals came from Ritchie Jones and Michael Sinnott.
Snug Bar completed a clean sweep of Phoenix A, winning 3-2 thanks to goals from Stephen Quinn (two) and Connor Reddy.
Wheathampstead Crown and Nicholas Breakspear OB 90 drew 3-3. Crown’s goals came from Ben Conrad and Jason Slough (two) and Max Evans, Jack Gajjar and Cameron Leijgrave replied for NBOB 90.
DIVISION FIVE: George Redbourn thimped Athletico Quat 7-2, with goals from Richard Ford (two), Ian Ward (two), Marco Capontes and Ben Hutton.
Cannon Reserves moved into second place following a 5-4 win over Bradmore Rovers. Anthony Bragg scored a hat-trick and Jordan Cocomazzi and Ashley Defries added singles.
Ridge beat AFC Mymms 3-2, thanks to two goals from Chris Draddy and a Chris Walpole single. Stephen Havard scored of both Mymms’ goals.
GD GOLDING HANDICAP CHALLENGE CUP: Dave Corran scored a hat-trick in Queens Head’s 7-1 win over Cannon. Adam Potter (two), Phil Turner and Kyron Staines scored the other goals. Michael Shaw netted for Cannon.
Christy Torrens smashed in five goals as St Albans Rangers edged Pennine Spartans in a 13-goal thriller. Charlie Betts and Jamie Rendall scored Rangers’ other goals while Ben Durrant (three), Adam Durrant (three) and Jamie France were on target for Spartans.
GD GOLDING HANDICAP CHALLENGE CUP TWO: Phoenix Reserves scored a late goal in a 3-2 over 10-man Six Bells.
Results - February 22
G.D. Golding (Tailors) Handicap Challenge Cup: Cannon 1 Queens Head 7, Pennine Spartans 6 St Albans Rangers 7.
G.D. Golding (Tailors) Handicap Challenge Cup Two: Six Bells 2 Phoenix Res 3.
Premier Division: Nicholas Breakspear OB 6 AFC Rangers 0, PSV FC 1 Skew Bridge 7, Vision 6 Phoenix 1.
Division One: Skew Bridge Res 5 Brookmans Park 1.
Division Two: Blacksmiths Arms 4 Brookmans Park Res 0.
Division Three: Harpenden Colts OB 2 Radlett Village 2, St Albans IFC 5 CHL 0, Stonewood 3 Wheathampstead ‘89 2.
Division Four: Brookmans Park ‘A’ 2 Oaks 2, Herts Mauritians 2 Marshalswick 3, Phoenix ‘A’ 2 The Snug Bar 2, Queens Head Res 1 AFC Welwyn 2, St Albans Royals 3 Camp KBK 2, Wheathampstead Crown 3 Nicholas Breakspear OB 90 3.
Division Five: AFC Mymms 2 The Ridge 3, Bradmore Rovers 4 Cannon Res 5, George Redbourn 7 Stonewood Res 2.
Fixtures - March 1
Herts FA Sunday Senior Cup Semi-Final: Skew Bridge v AFC Boars.
Knockout Cup Semi-Final: Precision v AFC Rangers.
G.D. Golding (Tailors) Handicap Challenge Cup: Phoenix v Cannon, Queens Head v Nicholas Breakspear OB Res.
G.D. Golding (Tailors) Handicap Challenge Cup Two: Phoenix Res v Chequers Inn.
Premier Division: Nicholas Breakspear OB v Vision.
Division One: Brookmans Park v The Bull & Jacks, Skew Bridge Res v London Road.
Division Two: Garston v Pennine Spartans.
Division Three: Radlett Village v Stonewood, St Albans IFC v Wheathampstead ‘89, St Albans Rangers v Church End.
Division Four: AFC Welwyn v Oaks, Herts Mauritians v Wheathampstead Crown, Phoenix ‘A’ v Camp KBK, Queens Head Reserves v St Albans Royals, The Snug Bar v Nicholas Breakspear OB 90.
Division Five: Bricket Wood v Bradmore Rovers, Cannon Res v The Ridge, George Redbourn v Stonewood Res, Harpenden Colts OB Res v AFC Mymms.
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