Herts Ad Sunday League: Hat-tricks blow away winter gloom as league resumes
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Danny Clifton scored a late goal as Brookmans Park Reserves shocked the first team by beating them 3-2 in the Herts Intermediate Cup.
After a goalless first half, the teams traded goals with Callum Bayliss grabbing a brace for the first and Christos Louca and Dean Nouble scoring for the reserves before Clifton popped up with the winner.
Skew Bridge Reserves earned safe passage through to the quarter-final with a 3-1 win over Southby. James Hardy headed in Simon Beazley’s corner to get the ball rolling but they failed to add to the lead before the break. Southby levelled 20 minutes from time but Will Bates found the net twice to settle the tie.
Goals by Russell Gallagher and Greg Shaw edged London Road into the next round following their 2-1 win against AC Enfield.
Bull & Jacks recorded a 3-0 home win against GJ Auto Broadhall. The goals came from Antony Burns, Junior Ejehu and Brad Harrison.
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HERTS JUNIOR CUP: Lee Newman scored his first hat-trick of the season in Stonewood’s 7-3 win against Apollo. The other goals came from Grant Macaree (two), Lewis Field and Ashlee Kissiedo.
Radlett Village continued their fine form with a 3-1 win over a good Thames Albion side. The goals came from a Tom Blake brace and a Dene Lewis single.
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INTERMEDIATE CUP: Snug Bar recorded their biggest victory, defeating Vision Reserves 11-2. The outstanding Stephen Quinn became the first player to score five goals in a game and Liam McGarry and Tommy Twelves netted hat-tricks’a apiece.
PREMIER DIVISION: Goals from Ben Awad, Matt Tillbrook and an own goal gave Vision their third win against AFC Rangers, who replied through Steph Geraldes and Hugo Gibbon.
PSV and NBOB shared six goals in a tight 3-3 draw. Owain Page, Adam Fowler and Greg Deacon were PSV’s scorers in a fair result.
DIVISION ONE: Luke Ossorio and Barney Mayles left it late to earn three points for Six Bells against FC Potters Bar. Tim Fretter’s early goal was cancelled out by Bar who then took the lead but two late goals handed the win to Six Bells.
DIVISION TWO: Goals by Louis Apps and Daniel James earned Cannon a share of the spoils in a 2-2 draw against Phoenix Reserves.
Garston completed the double against title-chasing Queens Head, winning 6-3. Head’s goals came from Matt Corran, Khalid Ismal and Sam Ledger.
DIVISION THREE: Man of the match Sam Carrington stole the show in St Albans Rangers’ 5-3 win over CHL, scoring a hat-trick which included a sublime 25-yard strike. Ryan Dixon added an impressive brace.
DIVISION FOUR: Restored to near full strength, Camp KBK started 2015 with a return to winning ways defeating Herts Mauritians 9-1. The goalscorers were Aaron Lumsden (four), Jack Crawley (two), Dean Jones (two) and Mark Pearson.
Missed chances cost St Albans Royals in their 3-2 loss against Phoenix A. Paul Adams and Stephen Brand found the net in the disappointing defeat.
Wheathampstead Crown lost 8-1 against AFC Welwyn with Karl McGroary scoring their lone goal.
In the top of the table game, Queens Head Reserves came away with a deserved 2-1 win against Oaks. The game should of been finished by half time but credit to Oaks who fought to the end. Goals from Jack Faulder and Harry Seeby gave Queens the win. Haydn Williams replied for Oaks.
DIVISION FIVE: Andrew Alsop and Rob Orchard both scored hat-tricks in Bricket Wood’s biggest ever win, a 6-2 thrashing of Athletico Quat.
Cannon Reserves returned to winning ways with a 4-1 win against Harpenden Colts Reserves. The goals came from Lee Greenwood (two), Jordan Cocomazzi and Ian McCarthy. Freddie Warner replied for the Colts.
In a seven-goal thriller, Stonewood Reserves edged home 4-3 against White Horse with goals from Rudi Stevens, Reedan Pearce, Tom Mardle and Max Bardsley. Courtney Augustus, Gary Farrow and Michael Blanchard replied for the Horse.
Fixtures - January 11
Herts FA Sunday Senior Cup Round 4: AFC Spartians v Skew Bridge.
Herts FA Sunday Intermediate Cup Round 4: Green Dragon Sun v Queens Head, Blacksmiths Arms v Hemel Athletic.
Herts FA Sunday Junior Cup Round 4: Racing Santand’e v Church End.
Premier Division: Nicholas Breakspear OB v Vision, Phoenix v PSV FC.
Division One: Chequers Inn v Precision, FC Potters Bar v Brookmans Park, Icarus v Skew Bridge Res, London Road v The Bull & Jacks, Six Bells v Nicholas Breakspear OB Res.
Division Two: Brookmans Park Res v Pennine Spartans, Garston v Phoenix Res.
Division Three: CHL v St Albans Rangers, Greenwood Park v Stonewood, Harpenden Colts OB v Radlett Village, St Albans IFC v Wheathampstead ‘89.
Division Four: Herts Mauritians v AFC Welwyn, Marshalswick v Oaks, Phoenix ‘A’ v Brookmans Park ‘A’, Queens Head Res v Camp KBK, St Albans Royals v NBOB 90, Wheathampstead Crown v The Snug Bar.
Division Five: Athletico Quat v AFC Mymms, Cannon Res v Harpenden Colts OB Res, George Redbourn v White Horse, Stonewood Res v Bricket Wood, The Ridge v Bradmore Rovers.
Results - January 4
Herts FA Sunday Intermediate Cup Round 4: London Road 2 AC Enfield 1, The Bull & Jacks 3 GJ Auto Broadhall 0, Brookmans Pk 2 Brookmans Pk Res 3, Southby 1 Skew Bridge Res 3.
Herts FA Sunday Junior Cup Round 4: Stonewood 7 Apollo 3, Whittwell AFC Sunday 4 NBOB 90 1, Radlett Village 3 Thames Albion 1, The Ridge 0 Echoes 5.
Intermediate Cup Round 4: Vision Res 2 The Snug Bar 11.
Premier Division: AFC Rangers 2 Vision 3, PSV FC 3 Nicholas Breakspear OB 3.
Division One: Six Bells 3 FC Potters Bar 2.
Division Two: Cannon 2 Phoenix Res 2, Garston 6 Queens Head 3.
Division Three: St Albans Rangers 5 CHL 3.
Division Four: AFC Welwyn 8 Wheathampstead Crown 1, Herts Mauritians 1 Camp KBK 9, Oaks 1 Queens Head Res 2, Phoenix ‘A’ 3 St Albans Royals 2.
Division Five: Athletico Quat 2 Bricket Wood 6, Bradmore Rovers 3 George Redbourn 2, Harpenden COB Res 1 Cannon Res 4, White Horse 3 Stonewood Res 4.
Herts FA Sunday Intermediate Cup Round 4: London Road v AC Enfield, The Bull & Jacks v GJ Auto Broadhall, Brookmans Park v Brookmans Park Res, Southby v Skew Bridge Res.
Herts FA Sunday Junior Cup Round 4: Racing Santandome v Church End, Stonewood v Apollo, Whittwell AFC Sunday v NBOB 90, Radlett Village v Thames Albion, The Ridge v Echoes.
Intermediate Cup Round 4: Vision Reserves v The Snug Bar