Herts Ad Sunday League: Hunt’s treble books Skew Bridge’s place in final four
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Harry Hunt scored a hat-trick as Skew Bridge beat Bishop’s Stortford Swifts in extra-time of their Herts Sunday Cup quarter-final tie.
Harry Hunt scored a hat-trick as Skew Bridge beat Bishop’s Stortford Swifts in extra-time of their quarter-final tie.
Hunt scored a brace and Mike Davis a single in normal time but Swifts came back from 3-1 down to take the game into extra-time. However, Hunt volleyed in from 25 yards before Davis and Mark Hitchcock wrapped up a 6-3 win.
Nicholas Breakspear OB are also through to the final four after beating Doves United 2-1. They will play St Joesph’s on February 22.
KNOCKOUT CUP: PSV beat London Road 3-2 to reach the semi-finals. Frankie Jowle scored both of Road’s goals but strikes from Ryan Houghton, Owain Page and Scott Corley saw PSV progress.
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INTERMEDIATE CUP: Goals by Chris Martin and Phil Turner couldn’t save Queens Head losing 4-2 against Church End, who scored through Joe O’Brien, Steve Evans, Phil Jackman and Harry Blackman.
PREMIER DIVISION: AFC Rangers came out firing in the second half and took control to win 4-0 against Phoenix with goals from Stef Geraldes, Dan Thurlby, Seven Doyle and Chris Cutmore who also set up three.
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DIVISION ONE: Nicholas Breakspear OB Reserves beat league leaders Six Bells 3-0 to close the gap to three points.
Skew Bridge Reserves put in a solid performance to defeat Bull and Jacks 3-2, with goals from Steve Jones, Simon Beazley and Chris Gregory. Brad Harrison and James Owen scored for Jacks.
Brookmans Park and Chequers Inn shared the points in a 3-3 draw. Park’s goals came from Callum Bayliss, Drew Botterman and Dan Millard. The Inn replied through Joe Geddes (two) and Chris Wilding.
DIVISION TWO: Brookmans Park Reserves won their fourth game on the trot, defeating Garston 3-2 with goals from Danny Clarke, Matt Lochrie and Grant Noble.
Title chasing Pennine Spartans and Blacksmiths Arms fought out a 0-0 draw.
Phoenix Reserves completed the double over Vision Reserves, 3-2, thanks to goals from James Blyth, Joe Wingfield and George Hackett.
DIVISION THREE: St Albans Rangers beat Wheathampstead ‘89 4-2 but it could have closer if not for goalkeeper Sam Carrington, who saved a penalty and made a string of saves. Rangers’ goals came from Christy Torrens (two), Joel Pusey and Jamie Rendall. Dan Gullefer and Alan Russell scored for Wheathampstead.
DIVISION FOUR: Snug Bar took their fourth point from AFC Welwyn after a 6-3 win. Stephen Quinn added to his five-goal haul last week with a hat-trick.Tommy Twelves (two) and Mark Guarnieri completed the scoring.
Queens Head Reserves put in a dominating performance to brush aside Marshalswick Rovers, 8-2. The goals came from Garry Hatchett (five), Jon Leto, Luke Foster and Harry Seeby. Alastair Bart and David Hudson netted for Rovers.
Camp KBK were not punished for a poor first half in their 3-0 win over Brookmans Park A. Aaron Lumsden, Dean Jones and Chris McElliogott were on target.
Stephen Marshall scored his first hat-trick of the season for Oaks in a 7-1 win against Herts Mauritian. The other goals came from John Woodward (two), Tom Jackson and Haydn Williams.
DIVISION FIVE: Cannon Reserves completed the double over Bricket Wood with a 4-3 success. The goals came from Lee Greenwood (two) and Ian McCarthy. Wood’s goals came from Rob Orchard, Andrew Alsop and Jack Turner.
Two goals from Alex Redwood and a Dan Hedges single gave Stonewood Reserves a share the points in a 3-3 draw with The Ridge, who replied through James Hill (two) and David Bailey.
Results - January 18
Herts FA Sunday Senior Cup Quarter Final: Nicholas Breakspear OB 2 Doves Utd 1, Skew Bridge 6 Bishop’s Stortford Swifts Sunday 2.
Knockout Cup Quarter Final: London Road 2 PSV FC 3.
Intermediate Cup Round 4: Church End 4 Queens Head 2.
Junior Cup Round 4: Radlett Village 5 CHL 1.
Premier Division: AFC Rangers 4 Phoenix 0.
Division One: Brookmans Park 3 Chequers Inn 3, Precision 1 FC Potters Bar 4, Six Bells 0 Nicholas Breakspear OB Res 3, The Bull & Jacks 2 Skew Bridge Res 3.
Division Two: Garston 2 Brookmans Park Res 3, Pennine Spartans 0 Blacksmiths Arms 0, Phoenix Res 3 Vision Res 2.
Division Three: Wheathampstead ‘89 2 St Albans Rangers 4 .
Division Four: AFC Welwyn 3 The Snug Bar 6, Brookmans Park ‘A’ 0 Camp KBK 3, Herts Mauritians 1 Oaks 7, Queens Head Res 8 Marshalswick 2, St Albans Royals 1 Wheathampstead Crown 0.
Division Five: Bricket Wood 3 Cannon Res 4, The Ridge 3 Stonewood Res 3.
Fixtures - January 25
Knockout Cup Quarter Final: Skew Bridge v Vision, Blacksmiths Arms v Precision.
Premier Division: AFC Rangers v PSV FC, Phoenix v Nicholas Breakspear OB.
Division One: Chequers Inn v London Road, Nicholas Breakspear OB Res v Brookmans Park, Skew Bridge Res v FC Potters Bar, The Bull & Jacks v Six Bells.
Division Two: Brookmans Park Res v Queens Head, Garston v Pennine Spartans.
Division Three: Harpenden Colts OB v Wheathampstead ‘89, Radlett Village v Church End, St Albans Rangers v St Albans IFC, Stonewood v CHL.
Division Four: Camp KBK v Oaks, Phoenix ‘A’ v Brookmans Park ‘A’, Queens Head Res v Nicholas Breakspear OB 90, St Albans Royals v AFC Welwyn, The Snug Bar v Herts Mauritians, Wheathampstead Crown v Marshalswick.
Division Five: Athletico Quat v Stonewood Res, Bradmore Rovers v White Horse, George Redbourn v Cannon Res, The Ridge v Bricket Wood.