Sunday League: Breakspear extend league lead

PUBLISHED: 12:47 05 November 2013 | UPDATED: 13:33 05 November 2013

Cain Davey proved a handful for the Bull and Jacks defence along with scoring a goal.

Cain Davey proved a handful for the Bull and Jacks defence along with scoring a goal.

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Table-toppers Nicholas Breakspear OB proved too good for Bull and Jacks with a convincing 4-0 victory. Cain Davey, Sam Clarke, Bobby Hoy and Josh Humbert scored.

Rain Carroll scored one of Nicholas Breakspear goals.Rain Carroll scored one of Nicholas Breakspear goals.

Table-toppers Nicholas Breakspear OB proved too good for Bull and Jacks with a convincing 4-0 victory. Cain Davey, Sam Clarke, Bobby Hoy and Josh Humbert scored.

AFC Rangers ran out 6-0 winners over Six Bells with goals from Jimmy Hill (two), Chris Cutmore, Aaron King and Andy Moore.

Herts Senior Cup: Chris Gregory scored his second hat-trick of the season in Skew Bridge’s 5-3 win over The  Boot Baldock. The other goals came from Stuart Brown and Steven Hawes.

Knockout Cup: Vision came from 3-1 down to beat PSV 5-3 in extra-time and progress to the next round. Scoring for Vision were Yasin Boodhoo, Liam Crouch and a hat-trick from Adam Wallace.

PSV’s goals came from Ben Conrad, Greg Deacon and an own goal.

Brookmans Park were beaten 3-0 by Harpenden Arms thanks to goals from Ally Collins, Gary Findlay and Tom Stagg.

Junior Cup: St Albans Rangers continued their cup run with a 3-2 win over Camp KBK. Chris Hamilton and Christy Torrens (two) scored for Rangers while Camp’s reply came from Mickey Sinnott and Ryan Laffolley.

A penalty save in extra-time by stand in goalie James Hann ensured a 2-1 win for Phoenix A against Athletico Quat.

Luke Samarasinghe and Dan Margott netted for Phoenix with Quat’s goal being scored by Ashlee Kissiedo.

Division One: Goals by Paul Gabb and Adam Halford kept Wheathampstead Icarus at the top of the division following their 2-1 win against Nicholas Breakspear OB Res. Paul Doonan scored for Breakspear.

Skew Bridge Res moved back into second place following their 5-2 away win at Phoenix. Simon Beazley (two), Joe Burgess, James Elliott and James Hardy scored the goals. Phoenix’s goals came from Daniel Burrows and Chris Dew.

FC Potters Bar and London Colney Cannon shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw. Idika Kalu scoring for Potters Bar and Martin Garvey for Colney.

A Billy Barnes goal wasn’t enough to save Church End going down 2-1 against Precision.

Division Two: Herts Mauritian hit the net seven times in a rout of AFC Welwyn. Nick Brobbey (two), Hamza Khan, Rowan Patel, Mohamed Hassan and Darren Caveree (two) scored the goals.

Phoenix picked up their third league win with a 3-0 victory over Aquis with goals Adam Johnson, Jason Lohan and Alex Thomson.

Nick Hanyours scored twice for Veer Dhara in a 2-2 draw against Queens Head Sandridge, who had Sam Ledger and Adam Potter on target.

Division Three: Aidan Golds was in sparkling form for Blacksmiths Arms, netting twice, in a 3-1 win against Radlett Village. Billy Hunter scored the other goal.

League leaders Brookmans Park Res kept up their winning run with a 1-0 win over Colney Heath Rangers. The match-winning goal came from Dan Hart.

Herts Athletic returned to winning ways with a 1-0 win over an injury-hit Dukes. Scott Lewsey put the visitors ahead just before half-time and Athletic held on to take three points. Dukes were so hit by injuries they had to call-up 65-year-old Secretary Richard Potter.

Marshalswick Rovers recorded their first win of the season, beating Wheathampstead 6-2.

Ali Bart led the way with a second-half hat-trick. The other goals were scored by Paul McCarthy, Ceri Dix and Rafa Valasco. Lee Bennett scored twice for Wheathampstead.

Cottonmill exacted revenge over St Albans Royals with a 2-0 win, which puts them in the promotion frame. The goals came from Shane Devine and Mark Gallagher.

Old Albanians recorded their first league win of the season in a 5-2 victory against Oaks Res. Mark Stoker (two), Andris Apsa, Craig Stearn and Oliver Malmed were the Albanians scorers. Oaks’ reply came from Chris Coleman and Haydn Williams.

Division Four: Queens Head Sandridge Res took a 4-2 lead into half-time and never looked back., beating Snug Bar 6-3.

Chris Wickens scored four and Grant Hamilton and Jack Kempton netting singles. Snug Bar goals came from Ruairi Cassidy and Callum O’Flynn.

White Horse and Greenwood Park played out a 2-2 draw. Joe Smyth and Rob Barron scored for Park.

Mymms goalscoring woes continued in a 2-0 loss to St Albans IFC, who had Marc winch and Harry Honeywood on target.

Harpenden Colts OB’s Chris Newcombe’s single strike settled a keenly contested game with Brookmans Park.

Division Five: Bricket Wood came back from 1-0 down at half-time to win 5-2 against Bradmore Rovers.The goals came from Andrew Alsop (two), Anthony Hall, Mike Hames and Dale Seweryn.

The Ridge paid the price for not finishing their chances as they lost 4-3 against Wheathampstead Swan. The goals came from Alex Vaughan (two), Simon Barker and Scott Rolls. Michal Mol and David Bailey scored for Ridge.

Following two cup defeats Stonewood got back to winning ways with a 4-2 victory against Nicholas Breakspear 90. The scorers were Daniel Hedges (two), James Brady and Rudi Stevens. Breakspear’s reply came from Cameron Leijgrave and Max Evans.

A lack lustre Jersey Farm fell to their third league defeat, going down 3-0 against George Redbourn.

Marquis of Granby beat Colts OB Res 2-0 thanks to goals from James Morris and Martin Smith.

Fixtures (Nov 10): Herts FA Sunday Junior Cup Round Three: Marquis of Granby v Blacksmiths Arms, Rickmansworth Ath v Herts Athletic, Brookmans Park Ress v West Herts Res, AFC Old Bellgate v Marshalswick Rovers, The Ridge v Queens Head Sandridge Res, Greenwood Park v Harpenden Colts OB, Radlett Village v Berkhampsted Ath Res, Bricket Wood v AFC Meads, Wheathampstead ‘89 v Markyate Sunday Res, Hatfield Cricket Club v Old Albanians.

Knockout Cup Round Two: The Bull & Jacks v AFC Welwyn.

Challenge Cup Round One: Nicholas Breakspear OB v Wheathampstead Icarus.

Challenge Cup Round Two: Skew Bridge v PSV FC, AFC Rangers v Phoenix.

Intermediate Cup Round Three: Colney Heath Rangers v St Albans IFC Res, Jersey Farm v Queens Head Sandridge, George Redbourn v St Albans Royals.

Premier Division: Six Bells v Harpenden Arms Ath, Vision v Oaks.

Division One: FC Potters Bar v Brookmans Park, London Colney Cannon v Precision, Nicholas Breakspear OB Res v Skew Bridge Res.

Division Two: Phoenix Res v Aquis, Veer Dhara v Herts Mauritians.

Division Three: Cottonmill v Dukes.

Division Four: Brookmans Park ‘A’ v Phoenix ‘A’, Camp KBK v AFC Mymms, The Snug Bar v White Horse.

Division Five: Bradmore Rovers v Athletico Quat, Harpenden Colts OB Res v N/Breakspear OB 90, White Horse Res v Stonewood.


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