Herts Ad Sunday League: Second successive county cup for Skew Bridge
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Skew Bridge sealed their second successive county title when they beat Nicholas Breakspear 3-1 in the Herts Sunday Cup.
Cain Davey gave NBOB a deserved lead, but it only served to wake up Skew Bridge, who levelled through Lee Close after half-time.
Harry Hunt fired Skew Bridge in front and, as NBOB pushed forward in search of an equaliser, Danny Green netted their third.
GD GOLDINGS CHALLENGE CUP: Daryl Loring’s double handed Cannon a 3-1 victory over Pennine Spartans, who had Adam Durrant on target. Michael Shaw scored Cannon’s other goal.
Christy Torrens and Jamie Randall found the net in St Albans Rangers’ 6-2 loss to Phoenix.
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Adam Parker scored for Queens Head in their 1-1 draw with Nicholas Breakspear OB Reserves.
DIVISION ONE: Brookmans Park were twice pegged back in their 2-2 draw with Precision. Tom Whilser and Callum Baylis scored Park’s goals.
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DIVISION TWO: Blacksmiths Arms moved to the top of the division after their 5-1 win against Phoenix. The goals came from Jamie Sharp (two), Luke Lovell, Ian Fryer and Tim Attwood. Jack Skinner replied for Phoenix.
DIVISION FOUR: Greg Moloney scored either side of half-time in St Albans Royals’ 3-1 win over Marshalswick Rovers. Scott Lye scored Royals’ second goal and Dave Hudson netted for Rovers.
Snug Bar beat Brookmans Park A 4-2, with goals from Liam McGarry (two), Connor Reddy and Tommy Twelves. Oli Thomas and James Jankawski replied.
Queens Head Reserves came away from Nicholas Breakspear OB 90 with a 4-1 win thanks to a Gary Hatchett hat-trick and a single from Laurie Blow.
Goals from Ben White and Charlie Lumsdon, plus an inspired performance from goalkeeper Danny Othman, saw Camp KBK beat Herts Mauritian 2-1.
DIVISION FIVE: Goals from Andrew Sirra and Freddie Warner wasn’t enough to save Harpenden Colts Reserves going down 3-2 against The Ridge.
Bradmore Rovers won 5-1 against George Redbourn, who had Ben Hutton on the scoresheet.
Results - March 22
Herts FA Sunday Senior Cup Final: Nicholas Breakspear OB 1 Skew Bridge 3.
Intermediate Cup Quarter-Final: Wheathampstead Crown 2 Stonewood 4.
GD Golding (Tailors) Handicap Challenge Cup Two: Cannon 3 Pennine Spartans 1, Phoenix 6 St Albans Rangers 2, Queens Head 1 NBOB Res 1.
Division One: Brookmans Park 2 Precision 2.
Division Two: Blacksmiths Arms 5 Phoenix Res 1.
Division Four: Brookmans Park ‘A’ 2 The Snug Bar 4, Camp KBK 2 Herts Mauritians 1, Nicholas Breakspear OB 90 1 Queens Head Res 4, St Albans Royals 3 Marshalswick 2.
Division Five: George Redbourn 1 Bradmore Rovers 5, Harpenden Colts OB Res 2 The Ridge 3.
Fixtures - March 29
Herts FA Sunday Junior Cup Final: Church End v Echoes.
Intermediate Cup Semi-Final: Phoenix Res v Garston.
Reserve Cup Semi-Final: Stonewood Res v Nicholas Breakspear OB 90.
G.D. Golding (Tailors) Handicap Challenge Cup: St Albans Rangers v Nicholas Breakspear OB Res.
G.D.Golding (Tailors) Handicap Challenge Cup Two: Chequers Inn v Brookmans Park.
Premier Division: Vision v Skew Bridge.
Division One: London Road v Skew Bridge Res, Precision v The Bull & Jacks.
Division Three: Radlett Village v Stonewood, Wheathampstead ‘89 v St Albans IFC.
Division Four: Brookmans Park ‘A’ v Queens Head Res, Marshalswick v AFC Welwyn, Oaks v Herts Mauritians, St Albans Royals v Phoenix ‘A’.
Division Five: Harpenden Colts OB Res v White Horse.