Sunday League: Five-star Sandridge book final place

Greg Shaw scores for Nicholas Breakspear OB against Hrpenden Arms.

Greg Shaw scores for Nicholas Breakspear OB against Hrpenden Arms. - Credit: Archant

Queens Head Sandridge qualified for the Reserve Cup final with a 5-0 win against Oaks Res.

Chris Wickens, of Queens Head Sandridge Reserves, scores the second of his three goals against Oaks

Chris Wickens, of Queens Head Sandridge Reserves, scores the second of his three goals against Oaks Res. - Credit: Archant

Chris Wickens scored a hat-trick and Connor Dunbar-Taylor and Luke Foster added singles to book a date with Brookmans Park Reserves in the final.

KNOCKOUT CUP SEMI-FINAL: Despite having a men sent off in the third minute, Nicholas Breakspear OB beat Harpenden Arms 3-1 in the Knockout Cup semi-final. Greg Shaw grabbed a brace and Dave Parkinson was also on target. Toby Ashcroft replied for Arms.

PREMIER DIVISION: Two goals from Stephen Dorer, including a late winner, gave Oaks their fourth win of the season, defeating Six Bells 2-1. Andy Hanak cancelled out Oaks’ opening goal.

Vision kept up their title hopes with a 4-2 win against AFC Rangers. Jermaine Davey scored his first hat-trick of the season and Moussa Rattab completed the tally. Aaron King scored both AFC goals.


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Skew Bridge showcased their title credentials with a 2-0 win against Bull & Tiger. The goals came from Andy Saul and Ed Frost.

DIVISION ONE: Brookmans Park beat London Colney Cannon 3-1 with goals from Danny Clifton, Darren Cousins and Grant Noble. Glen Townsend scored for Cannon.

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Greg Deacon notched a hat-trick to take PSV a step nearer to the title. Craig Taylor scored the other as they beat Phoenix 4-0.

Skew Bridge Reserves’ title hopes stuttered with a 3-1 loss against Wheathampstead Icarus. William Bates, John Bonner-May and Adam Halford scored for Icarus while Jason Slough replied for Skew.

Nicholas Breakspear OB Reserves beat Church End 3-1 with goals from Adam Clark, Ryan Hearne and Paul Doonan. Carl Edwards replied for Church End.

DIVISION THREE: Blacksmith Arms won their eighth league game on the trot, defeating St Albans Royals 6-0. All the goals came in the opening half from Oli Franks (two), Aiden Golds, Nick Gray, Jamie Sharp and Dean Skipsey.

Brookmans Park Res fell to a surprise 7-0 defeat against Cottonmill. James Watt scored his third hat-trick of the season and the other goals came from Tim Couch, James Plummer and Nathan Stock (two).

Dave Hudson scored one and set up another as Marshalswick Rovers beat Radlett Village 2-1. Ali Bart scored the winner.

Goals from Lee Bennett and James Stevens saw Wheathampstead ‘89 share the points in a 2-2 draw with Old Albanians, whose reply came from Jack Samuels and Jack Warren.

Dukes lost 2-0 against Colney Heath Rangers. Ian Hutchinson and Lee Greenwood scored for Rangers.

DIVISION FOUR: A single goal from Harpenden Colts OB’s Matt Richardson was enough to see them past Greenwood Park.

Two goals from Spencer Clarke-Mardel gave St Albans IFC their fifth win, beating Brookmans Park A 2-0.

St Albans Rangers won 9-0 against AFC Mymms. Hat-tricks for Geg Irving and Christy Torrens led the way while Charlie Betts added a brace and Dean Cullen sealed the deal.

DIVISION FIVE: Wheathampstead Swan beat George Redbourn 4-2 thanks to goals from Alex Vaughan (two) and Pete Hulland (two). Danny Donoghue and Ben Hutton scored for George.

Bradmore Rovers held off a late comeback to beat Harpenden Colts OB Reserves 5-3. Steve Easterbrook (two) and James Saunders scored for Colts.

Goals by Cameron Leijgrave, Devon Smith and Johnno Addai gave Nicholas Breakspear OB 90 a 3-0 win against white Horse Reserves.

Fixtures (March 6)

Knockout Cup Semi Final: Harpenden Arms Ath v Nicholas Breakspear OB.

Reserve Cup Semi Final: Oaks Res v Queens Head Sandridge Res.

Premier Division: Oaks v Six Bells; Skew Bridge v The Bull & Jacks; Vision v AFC Rangers.

Division One: Brookmans Park v London Colney Cannon; Church End v Nicholas Breakspear OB Res; Precision v FC Potters Bar; PSV FC v Phoenix; Wheathampstead Icarus v Skew Bridge Res.

Division Two: Phoenix Reserves v AFC Welwyn; Vision Res v Veer Dhara.

Division Three: Blacksmiths Arms v St Albans Royals; Brookmans Park Res v Cottonmill; Dukes v Colney Heath Rangers; Radlett Village v Marshalswick Rovers; Wheathampstead ‘89 v Old Albanians.

Division Four: Brookmans Park ‘A’ v St Albans IFC Res; Camp KBK v White Horse; Harpenden Colts OB v Greenwood Park; St Albans Rangers v AFC Mymms.

Division Five: Bradmore Rovers v Harpenden Colts OB Res; Bricket Wood v Athletico Quat; George Redbourn v Wheathampstead Swan; Jersey Farm v A Marquis of Granby; Nicholas Breakspear OB 90 v White Horse Res; Stonewood v The Ridge.

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