Sunday League: PSV keep pace with Skew Bridge Res
PUBLISHED: 11:22 02 December 2013 | UPDATED: 11:22 02 December 2013
PSV kept pace with Division One league leaders Skew Bridge Reserves with a 2-1 win over Brookmans Park. Jason Nicolau scored his first for the club before man of the match Tom Clark netted the winner.
The table toppers consolidated their position with a 3-0 against Church End. Skew Bridge’s goals came from Steve Harris, Steve Allen and Simon Beazley.
Queens Head Sandridge edged home 3-1 against Veer Dhara with goals from Tommy Esom, David Gurnett and Phil Turner. Christian Armah replied for Veer Dhara.
Precision played out a 4-4 draw with London Colney Cannon whose goals came from Dan Taylor (three) and Elliot Murphy. On the scoresheet for Precision were Matt Day, Steve Seeby, Dean Thompson and Jacob Noonan.
CHALLENGE CUP: In a five-goal thriller, Skew Bridge cane out on top 3-2 against Vision. Skew’s goals came from Chris Gregory, Stuart Brown and Ben Warren.
JUNIOR CUP: Goals from Shane Devine and James Watt edged Cottonmill past an under-strength AFC Mymms side.
St Albans Rangers ran out winners with the odd goal in seven against Colts OB. Rangers’ goalscorers were Sam Carrington-Kennedy, George Irving, Christy Torrens and Ross Virgo. Andy Shirra and Robbie Barker netted for Colts.
Blacksmiths Arms overcame Dukes 5-1. Andres Burgos had given Dukes the lead only for Arms to respond with five goals from Tim Attwood, Juhel Ali, Oli Franks, Rhys Jacob and Jamie Sharp.
Brookmans Park Res held their nerve to beat Marshalwick 5-4 on penalties.
PREMIER DIVISION: Bull and Jacks picked up a 1-0 win against Harpenden Arms with the goal coming from man of the match Nathan Jackson.
DIVISION THREE: Wheathampstead ‘89 took their fourth point from Oaks Res by winning 3-2 with goals from Craig Linney, Curtis Jones and James Lynch.
DIVISION FOUR: Greenwood Park got back to winning ways with a 4-2 victory over Brookmans Park A thanks to goals from James Booth (two) and Matt West (two). Brookmans’ reply came from Ronnie Dunn and Oliver Thomas.
Two first-half goals were enough for Phoenix A to defeat Snug Bar.
St Albans IFC were routed 7-1 by White Horse, whose single goal came from Kirean Moss.
Camp KBK ended a two-game losing run with a win over Queens Head Sandridge Res 4-1. Queens’ goals came from Matt Lawrence.
DIVISION FIVE: Wheathampstead Swan netted seven times in a win over Bricket Wood. Alex Vaughan, Pete Hulland and Pablo Marquez gave Swan a 3-0 lead heading into the break. Wood pulled goals back either side of Dan Spelman’s strike before Hulland completed his hat-trick and Connor Bromwich sealed the 7-2 win.
League leaders Stonewood proved too strong for George Redbourn, winning 7-1. The George goals came from a Nick Ward brace.
Harpenden Colts Res went down 3-1 to Jersey Farm, who had Ross Ashcroft (two) and Hasni Abdelouahad on the scoresheet.
FIXTURES (December 8): Herts FA Sunday Senior Cup Round Four: St Joseph v Nicholas Breakspear OB.
Herts FA Sunday Junior Cup Round Four: Brookmans Park Reserves v Hitchin Rangers, RH Motors v Old Albanians, Bricket Wood v Sun Postal Utd, Wheathampstead ‘89 v Herts Athletic, Blacksmiths Arms v Echoes, Hexton v Marshalswick Rovers, Greenwood Park v Hadham Villa, AC Grapes v The Ridge.
Knockout Cup Quarter Final: AFC Rangers v Vision, Skew Bridge v Harpenden Arms Ath Premier Division: Oaks v The Bull & Jacks.
Division One: Brookmans Park v Skew Bridge Res, FC Potters Bar v PSV FC, London Colney Cannon v Wheathampstead Icarus, Nicholas Breakspear OB Res v Phoenix, Precision v Church End.
Division Two: AFC Welwyn v Herts Mauritians, Phoenix Reserves v Queens Head Sandridge, Vision Res v Veer Dhara.
Division Three: Colney Heath Rangers v St Albans Royals, Cottonmill v Oaks Res, Radlett Village v Dukes.
Division Four: AFC Mymms v St Albans Rangers, Phoenix ‘A’ v Brookmans Park ‘A’, The Snug Bar v Harpenden Colts OB, White Horse v Queens Head Sandridge Res.
Division Five: Athletico Quat v Harpenden Colts OB Res, Bradmore Rovers v White Horse Res, Jersey Farm v Stonewood, Marquis of Granby v George Redbourn, Nicholas Breakspear OB 90 v Wheathampstead Swan.