Sunday League: Dan Hart bags a hat-trick as Park reach County Cup final
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Brookmans Park Reserves made it to their first ever Herts Junior Cup final after beating Hexton 3-2.
Centre-half Dan Hart scored a hat-trick of headers, all set up by Luke Watling, to overturn Hexton’s two-goal lead.
KNOCKOUT CUP: Two first-half goals by Joel Norris and Jermaine Davey saw Vision move into the final with a 2-0 win over Phoenix.
CHALLENGE CUP: Nicholas Breakspear OB qualified for the semi-finals with a 4-1 win over Harpenden Arms. The goals came from Jason Beck (two), Cain Davey and David Parkinson.
PREMIER DIVISION: Strikes in the first half by Jack Massey and Zack Wallace were good enough for Six Bells to take all three points in a 2-0 win against Bull & Jacks.
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Skew Bridge took their fourth point from Oaks in a 3-2 win with goals from Stuart Brown, Alfie Plumb and Chris Gregory.
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Goals by Michael Shaw and Daniel Taylor earned London Colney Çannon a 2-2 draw against Skew Bridge Res. Steve Harris and James Elliott were on the mark for Skew.
Goals from Paul Doonan and Devon Smith saw Nicholas Breakspear OB Res overcome Brookmans Park 2-0.
DIVISION TWO: Nic Hanyours goals was all Veer Dhara could muster as AFC Welwyn won 31, their first win of the season.
Queens Head Sandridge failed to score for only the second time this season when held to a goalless draw by Herts Mauritian.
Goals by George Hackett, Adam Johnson, Adam Phillips and Alex Thomson gave Phoenix Res a 4-1 against Vision Res.
DIVISION THREE: Antony Brown scored twice and Prev Selvarajah and Nathan Connolly added singles as Dukes beat Marshalswick, who had Andy Saunders and Dave Hudson on target.
Wheathampstead ‘89 won a close game against Colney Heath Rangers 2-1 with goals from Lee Bennett and Jim Lynch. Lee Greenwood replied for Rangers.
Goals from Alex English and James Welch gave Radlett Village their first double of the season, defeating Herts Athletic 2-0.
A Tom Hayden goal gave Old Albanians a share of the spoils in a 1-1 draw against Oaks Res.
DIVISION FOUR: AFC Mymms failed to capitalise on a good first half performance against Snug Bar as they lost 2-1. Mark Guarnieri and Liam McGarry scored for Snug Bar.
Greenwood kept up their winning streak with 4-0 victory over Camp KBK. On the scoresheet were James Booth (two), Matt West and Nick Fanshaw.
Harpenden Colts OB beat St Albans IFC 8-2 with goals from Matt Richardson (three), Andy Shirra (two), Stratford, Bray and Payton. Mario Concialdi netted a brace for IFC.
Phoenix A and Queens Head Sandridge Res shared the points in a 3-3 draw. Luke Foster (two) and Chris Wickens scored for Queens and Phoenix’s reply came from Jamie McCann, Jon Sebry and Jack Williams.
DIVISION FIVE: Bricket Wood recorded their second away win of the season, beating White Horse Res 3-2 with two goals from Anthony Hall and a Alex Cook single.
George Redbourn came out of top 3-2 against Athletico Quat as Lee Goldsmith (two) Ali Dearman found the net.
Bradmore Rovers had James Bailey, Carl Nicholls and Paul Ricketts on target as they beat Jersey Farm 3-0.
Wheathampstead Swan won 3-1 against Marquis of Granby, who had Gary Karmock on the scoresheet. Scoring for Swan were Conor Bromwich, Jon Beck and Karl McGroary.
Despite last week’s good form, Ridge went down 3-2 against Nicholas Breakspear OB 90 3-2. Mark Savoury and David Bailey scored for Ridge while Breakspear’s goals came from Max Evans, Rory Suttie and Jordan Parkin.