Herts Ad Sunday League: Cup final heartbreak for Bull & Jacks
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Club double for Skew Bridge
HERTS INTERMEDIATE CUP: Bull & Jacks lost 3-1 to Reed Rangers in the final at Letchworth. Brad Harrison scored Jack’s only goal but he also missed a penalty in a game of squandered chances.
INTERMEDIATE CUP: Lee Newman scored a hat-trick as Stonewood overcame Snug Bar 5-0 to qualify for their first final. Lewis Field and Dan Hedges scored the other goals.
PREMIER DIVISION: Skew Bridge clinched their third league title with a 4-2 win over Nicholas Breakspear OB. Dan Hay, Harry King, Jacob McClean and Ed Frost scored Bridge’s goals. Dave Parkinson replied.
DIVISION ONE: Skew Bridge Reserves made it a club double by winning Division One. Bridge didn’t play but London Road, who have five games in hand, lost to Precision, making it impossible to catch the leaders.
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DIVISION TWO: Blacksmiths Arms were crowned league champions after beating Pennine Spartans 4-2, with goals from Aiden Golds (two), Luke Lovell and Jamie Sharp. Jamie France scored both of Spartans’ goals.
DIVISION THREE: Church End, chasing a backlog of fixtures, beat St Albans Rangers 3-1, with goals from Joe O’Brien (two) and Carl Edwards.
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DIVISION FOUR: AFC Welwyn scored a late winner to seal a 2-1 win over Marshalswick Rovers, who had Colin Cunningham on the scoresheet.
Queens Head edged Wheathampstead ‘89 2-1 thanks to goals from Gary Hatchett and Matt Bulcer.
Nicholas Breakspear OB 90 beat Brookmans Park A 4-0.
DIVISION FIVE: Harpenden Colts Reserves took three points with a 2-1 win over Bradmore Rovers. Cheng He scored both of Colts’ goals. GD GOLDING HANDICAP CHALLENGE CUP TWO: Luke Habbijam and Dexter Simpson scored for Garston in a 2-0 win over Phoenix Reserves.
Brookmans Park paid the price for missing too many chances in a 1-1 draw with Six Bells. Joe Cullum did find the net but it was cancelled out late on.
Results - April 12
Herts FA Sunday Intermediate Cup Final: Reed Rangers 3 The Bull & Jacks 1.
Intermediate Cup semi-final: The Snug Bar 0 Stonewood 5.
GD Golding (Tailors) Handicap Challenge Cup Two: Brookmans Park 1 Six Bells 1, Garston 2 Phoenix Res 0.
Premier Division: Skew Bridge 4 Nicholas Breakspear OB 2.
Division One: London Road v Precision (Away win).
Division Two: Blacksmiths Arms 4 Pennine Spartans 2.
Division Three: Church End 3 St Albans Rangers 1, Radlett Village 1 Wheathampstead ‘89 1.
Division Four: Brookmans Park ‘A’ 0 Nicholas Breakspear OB 90 4, Marshalswick 1 AFC Welwyn 2, Phoenix ‘A’ 1 Herts Mauritians 0, Wheathampstead Crown 1 Queens Head Res 2.
Division Five: Harpenden Colts OB Res 2 Bradmore Rovers 1, Stonewood Res 1 AFC Mymms 2.
Fixtures - April 19
Junior Cup final: Radlett Village v Church End at Clarence Park (kick-off 1.30pm).
Reserve Cup final: Queens Head Res v Nicholas Breakspear OB 90 at Clarence Park (kick-off 10am).
GD Golding (Tailors) Handicap Challenge Cup: Phoenix v Pennine Spartans, St Albans Rangers v Cannon.
GD Golding (Tailors) Handicap Challenge Cup Two: Chequers Inn v Wheathampstead ‘89, Garston v Brookmans Park.
Premier Division: Skew Bridge v Vision.
Division One: Six Bells v London Road.
Division Three: Stonewood v St Albans IFC.
Division Four: The Snug Bar v Marshalswick, Wheathampstead Crown v Herts Mauritians.
Division Five: Harpenden Colts OB Res v AFC Mymms.