Herts Ad Sunday League - Snug Bar head into first ever County semi-final
PUBLISHED: 08:00 06 February 2016
Snug Bar qualified for their first-ever County Cup semi-final with a 4-0 win over Broxbourne Bears in the Herts FA Sunday Junior Cup.
Ben Haines scored twice with Jonny Brown and Ryan Hearne getting the others.
Paul Lennon was named their star player.
New Jacks qualified for the semi-finals of the Challenge Cup following a confident 5-1 win against Facelad.
Their goals came from James Owen (two), Anton Burns, and Tom Ward.
Facelad’s goal came from their outstanding player, Jerry Clynes.
Back in league action Skew Bridge came from 2-0 down to record a sensational 8-2 win over Six Bells in the Premier Division.
James Pegram and Chris Griffin put Bells into the driving seat but by half-time Skew Bridge had turned the game around.
Two goals by Tony Golder and one each from Joe Inman, Ben Warren and Mark Hitchcock put them 5-2 up and they clinched the win with a further three in the second period.
Hitchcock and Warran both scored their second with Harry Hunt grabbing the final goal.
In Division One Queens Head had a comfortable 4-0 win against Tansley Radlett Village.
The goals, which all arrived in the first-half, came from Jason Slough (two), Phil Turner and Sam Ledger.
Queens failed to score in the second half despite 26 attempts on goal.
Division Two’s Brookmans Park Res cemented their position at the top of the league with a 2-0 win over title rivals St Albans Royals.
Joe Cullum and Jamie Lilywhite grabbed their goals.
Queens Head Res made it two wins in two games when defeating Blackboy 5-2 in a Division Three game.
The game was dominated by the Hatchett brothers with Gary bagging a hat-trick and Luke a brace.
Cannon recorded double figures for the first time this season with a 10-2 win against George Redbourn.
Luke Starnes led the way with four while Mark Starnes grabbed a brace and Louis Apps, John Starnes, Matt Hudson and Daniel Conner-Taylor scored one each.
Harpenden Rovers Blue made it four games unbeaten when they defeated Wheathampstead Swan 4-0.
Scott Timmins scored twice with Cjae Pinney and Nick Drain the others.
And in Division Four Royston Rangers suffered their worst defeat so far at Stonewood Res after their goalkeeper failed to show.
Dom Lynch came on from the bench to score a brace but the final score was 11-2 to Stonewood Res who had eight players on the scoresheet.
James Millard, Tom Mardle and Ryan Smith got two each with singles from Reedon Pearce, Ryan Brandon, Dan Hedges, Conor Bartram and Trevor Golder.
Marshalswick came from behind to grab a 2-2 draw with Pinewood, Ceri Dix and Luke Tremlett scoring in the last 20 minutes.
Despite being 2-0 up, Brookmans Park A lost 7-3 to AFC Mymms.
Paolo Besenzi, Oli Thomas and Dom Woolard got their goals.
In-form Athletico Quat recorded a fine 7-0 win against Vision with two goals from Darren Cavaree and Jacki Nevin plus singles by Dean Irvin and Andrew Cox.
The Mill recorded their first league win of the season, defeating CHL 4-1.
Sam Parchment scored for CHL.
Results - January 31
Herts FA Sunday Junior Cup Quarter-Final:
Aspire Personal Trainer 4 Camp Victorians 0,
The Snug Bar 4 Broxbourne Bears 0,
Challenge Cup Round Three:
New Jacks 5 Facelad 1.
Blacksmiths Arms 1 AFC Rangers 4,
Six Bells 2 Skew Bridge 8.
Queens Head 4 Tansley 0,
St Albans Royals 0 Brookmans Park Res 2,
The Ridge 1 Phoenix Res 8, Wheathampstead Swan 0 Harpenden Rovers Blue 4.
Blackboy 2 Queens Head Res 5, Cannon 10 George Redbourn 2.
AFC Mymms 7 Brookmans Park ‘A’ 3,
Athletico Quat 7 Vision 0,
Marshalswick 2 Pinewood 2,
Royston Rangers 2 Stonewood Res 11,
The Mill 4 CHL 1.
Fixtures - February 7
Herts FA Sunday Intermediate Cup Quarter Final:
Apollo v Queens Head.
AFC Rangers v New Jacks,
Six Bells v Nicholas Breakspear OB,
Skew Bridge v Blacksmiths Arms.
Church End v Chequers Inn,
Facelad v Brookmans Park,
Stonewood v Garston,
Tansley v Skew Bridge Res.
Brookmans Park Reserves v Oaks, Harpenden Rovers Blue v Primary Care,
Phoenix Res v Wheathampstead Swan,
St Albans Rangers v St Albans Royals,
Wheathampstead ‘89 v The Ridge.
Blackboy v George Redbourn, Camp Victorians v Harpenden Colts OB,
NBOB Reserves v The Snug Bar,
Queens Head Reserves v Cannon.
Brookmans Park ‘A’ v AFC Mymms,
Cannon Res v Stonewood Res,
Marshalswick v CHL,
Phoenix ‘A’ v The Mill,
Pinewood v Athletico Quat,
Vision v Royston Rangers.
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