Herts Ad Sunday League: Camp KBK replace Queens Head at the top of Division Four

Camp KBK’s opening goalscorer Dene Jones is closely watched by Queens Head’s Devon Glasford-Spellman

Camp KBK’s opening goalscorer Dene Jones is closely watched by Queens Head’s Devon Glasford-Spellman. - Credit: Archant

Camp KBK ended to Queens Head’s unbeaten start to the season and moved to the top of Division Four after a 3-1 victory. Dean Jones, Jack Crawley and Chris McElligott netted for Camp and Matt Bulcher replied for Queens Head.

Marshalswick Rovers recorded their best win of the season, defeating Oaks 2-1 with two first-half goals from Ali Bart and Steve Bellard. Oaks’ Tom Jackson pulled one back in the second half.

A superb performance by Ellis Grant and two goals from Tim Roscoe earned St Albans Royals a 2-0 win against NBOB 90.

Wheathampstead Crown beat Snug Bar 3-2 with goals from Conor Bromwich, Scott Irvine and Tom Simmons.

Herts Senior Cup: Current champions Skew Bridge set up a quarter-final tie against Bishop’s Stortford Swifts after a 4-2 win over AFC Spartans. Will Bates (two), Harry Hunt and Gary Findlay scored.


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Herts Intermediate Cup: HIC: Blacksmith Arms beat previously undefeated Hemel Athletic 5-1 after extra-time. The goals were shared between Lee Sturgess (two), Luke Lovell, Jake Attwood and Oliver Franks.

Goals from Khalid Ismal and Adam Potter couldn’t save Queens Head going down 4-2 against Green Dragon Sunday.

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Herts Junior Cup: Church End came away from Racing Santandome with a 7-0 win thanks to goals from Joe O’Brien (three), Jonny Rowlands (two), Carl Edwards and Scott Tyson.

Premier Division: Alistair Hill hit a hat-trick as Phoenix recorded their first win of the season, a 4-2 triumph over PSV. Dan Burrows scored the other goal. On target for PSV were Adam Fowler and Dominic Lynch.

Goals by Sam Clark Paul Doonan and Trevor Stevens gave Nicholas Breakspear OB a 3-1 win against Vision, their four victory of the season

Division One: Brookmans Park conceded first but fought back to beat FC Potters Bar 3-1. The goals were scored by Luke Watling, Jon Walsh and Tom Wilsher.

A James Owen goal couldn’t save Bull & Jacks going down 2-1 against Chequers Inn, who had Joe Geddes and Chris Wilding on the score sheet.

Precision got back to winning ways after three straight defeats, beating Six Bells 6-2. Jack Woods scored a hat-trick with a 30 yard effort the pick of the goals. Dean Thompson, Dean McQueen and Harvey Scott netted the other goals.

Division Two: Brookmans Park Reserves defeated Pennine Spartans 2-0 with goals from Danny Clifton and Liam Doyle to keep them in the hunt for the league title.

Garston made it three wins on the trot with a 3-0 success against Phoenix Reserves. The goals came from Sam Duff, Luke Habbijam and Benn Tarrant.

Divison Three: Top marksman of the day was Lee Newman who scored a double hat-trick in Stonewood’s 8-1 win against Greenwood Park. Daniel Hedges (two) was their other scorer.

Wheathampstead 89’ beat CHL 5-1 with goals from James Watt (two), Lee Bennett, Dean Cousens and Ross Evans. Daler Bhaker scored for CHL.

St Albans IFC led three times but couldn’t shake Radlett Village until Kingsley Oyenusi scored his second of the day late on. IFC’s other scorers were Jason Nicolaou and Ryan Rickard. Radlett’s reply came from Dene Lewis (two) and an own goal.

Division Five: Title contenders Stonewood Reserves defeated Bricket Wood 3-1 with two goals from Tom Mardle and a Rudi Stevens single. Andrew Alsop scored for Bricket Wood.

A Freddie Warner goal earned Harpenden Colts Reserves a 1-1 draw against Cannon Reserves. Ian Hutchinson replied for Cannon.

In a top of the table clash, Bradmore Rovers came out as 3-0 winners against Ridge. Daryl Smith scored all three goals.

Three late goals saw George Redbourn beat White Horse 3-1. Aaron Goldsmith scored twice and Ben Cawood came off the bench to wrap up three points.

Two goals apiece by Tom Kempsford and Darryl Smith gave AFC Mymms a 4-0 win against Athletico Quat.

Fixtures - January 18

Herts FA Sunday Senior Cup Quarter-Final: Nicholas Breakspear OB v Doves Utd, Skew Bridge v Bishop’s Stortford Swifts Sunday.

Knockout Cup Quarter-Final: London Road v PSV FC.

Intermediate Cup Round 4: Church End v Queens Head.

Junior Cup Round 4: Radlett Village v CHL. Premier Division: AFC Rangers v Phoenix.

Division One: Brookmans Park v Chequers Inn, Precision v FC Potters Bar, Six Bells v Nicholas Breakspear OB Res, Bull & Jacks v Skew Bridge Res.

Division Two: Garston v Brookmans Park Res, Pennine Spartans v Blacksmiths Arms, Phoenix Res v Vision Res.

Division Three: Stonewood v St Albans IFC, Wheathampstead ‘89 v St Albans Rangers. Division Four: AFC Welwyn v The Snug Bar, Brookmans Park ‘A’ v Camp KBK, Herts Mauritians v Oaks, Queens Head

Res v Marshalswick, St Albans Royals v Wheathampstead Crown. Division Five: Bricket Wood v Cannon Res, George Redbourn v Bradmore Rovers, The Ridge v Stonewood Res, White Horse v Athletico Quat.

Results - January 11

Herts FA Sunday Senior Cup Round 4: AFC Spartians 2 Skew Bridge 4.

Herts FA Sunday Intermediate Cup Round 4: Green Dragon Sunday 4 Queens Head 2, Blacksmiths Arms 5 Hemel Ath 1 (aet).

Herts FA Sunday Junior Cup Round 4: Racing Santandome 0 Church End 7.

Premier Division: Nicholas Breakspear OB 3 Vision 1, Phoenix 4 PSV FC 2.

Division One: Chequers Inn 2 The Bull & Jacks 1, FC Potters Bar 1 Brookmans Park 3, Six Bells 2 Precision 6.

Division Two: Brookmans Park Res 2 Pennine Spartans 0, Garston 3 Phoenix Res 0.

Division Three: CHL 1 Wheathampstead ‘89 5, Greenwood Park 1 Stonewood 8, St Albans IFC 4 Radlett Village 3.

Division Four: Herts Mauritians 0 AFC Welwyn 2, Marshalswick 2 Oaks 1, Queens Head Res 1 Camp KBK 3, St Albans Royals 2 Nicholas Breakspear OB 90 0, Wheathampstead Crown 3 The Snug Bar 2.

Division Five: Athletico Quat 0 AFC Mymms 4, Cannon Res 1 Harpenden Colts OB Res 1, George Redbourn 3 White Horse 1, Stonewood Res 3 Bricket Wood 1, The Ridge 0 Bradmore Rovers 3.

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