Herts Ad Sunday League: Corran’s triple settles top of the table clash
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Matt Corran’s hat-trick ensured Queens Head came out 3-2 winners in their Division Two top of the table clash against Blacksmiths Arms, who had Juhel Ali and Kieran Johnson on target.
Garston and Cannon shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw. Jack Habbijam and Paul Martin scored for Garston and Kevin Yule and an own goal for Cannon.
Pennine Spartans beat Brookmans Park 4-0 thanks to a hat-trick from Jamie France and a single from Myer Fullers.
Intermediate Cup: James Blyth netted Phoenix Reserves’ only goal in a 2-1 loss to Hammer Reserves.
Herts FA Junior Cup: Greenwood Park beat Gosling Youth Seniors 5-2 with goals from Matt Thorn, Matt Hedges, Tony Pitt, Joe Smyth and Rory Suttie.
Ian Hutchinson was Cannon Reserves’ goalscorer when going down 5-1 against Whitwell AFC.
Oaks recorded a 4-2 win against FC Hitchin with goals from Anthony Maher, Scott Sherman, Haydn Williams and Chris Coleman.
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Marshalswick Rovers rarely threatened against Radlett Village in a 2-0 loss. Iona Adriavisa and Alex English scored for Radlett.
Marco Capontes netted a late winner, his second of the day, to see George Redbourn past Angel Ware. Ben Hutton scored the other goal in the 3-2 win.
Calum Marjoram neeted his 100th goal for St Albans IFC but they went down 4-1 to AFC Oddfellows.
Nicholas Breakspear 90 won 5-0 against Watford Labour Club. The goals came from Adriano Gill (two), Cameron Leijgrave, Sam Wilson and Tom Gajjar.
Wheathampstead Crown came out 3-2 winners against AFC Welwyn with goals from Ben Conrad, Simon Sankey and Alex Vaughan.
Two goals apiece by Daniel Johnson and Alan Russell plus George Baker and James Watt singles gave Wheathampstead ‘89 a 6-3 win over Queens Head Sandridge Reserves, who had Luke Faulder, Jak Hamilton and Luke Foster on target.
David Bailey (two), Niall Lysaght (two) and James Hill were the scorers for Ridge in a fine 5-0 win over Woodlands United.
In a 12-goal thriller, Stonewood Reserves fell to a 8-4 defeat despite goals from Broxbourne Rangers OB Reserves.
Premier Division: Vision beat AFC Rangers 4-2 thanks to goals from Jermaine Davey, an own goal, Adam Wallace and Ethan Hughes. Rangers’ scorers were Chris Cutmore and Stef Gerales.
Ben Warren and Harry Hunt scored as a understrength Skew Bridge side beat Phoenix 2-0.
Division One: London Road scored four second half goals to beat Brookmans Park 5-2. Roads’ goals came from James Dollin (two), Frankie Jowle, Stephen Rogers and Jack Ypey. Park replied through Drew Botterman and Stevie Lake.
Danny Bishop, Edward Chisenwa, Nicholas Hanyours and Andrew Pollock were on target as Chequers Inn beat Nicholas Breakspear OB Reserevs 4-2. Praveen Selvarajah and Devon Smith netted for Breakspear.
Division Three: Christy Torrens stole the show with a hat-trick and Sam Carrington added a brace as Rangers outclassed Harpenden Colts OB 5-0.
Goals from George Brennan and Charlie Crosby couldn’t save CHL going down 4-2 against Old Albanians whose goals came from Robert Carragher (two), Ben Edwards and Mark Stitchbury.
Division Four: St Albans Royals had Matt Brand, Danny Blyth and Paul Adams on the scoresheet in a 3-1 win over Brookmans Park A.
Herts Mauritian picked up their first win and clean sheet of the season, defeating Phoenix A 7-0. Nick Brobbey and Darren Cavaree scored two apiece, Michael Crensil and Reza Hotee netted singles and Phoenix added an own goal.
Division Five: AFC Mymms beat White Horse 5-3 thanks to goals came from Stephen Havard (two), Jon Wheatcroft, Tom Kempsford and Andre Lazos