Sunday League: Four-goal Beazley takes his tally to 18

Simon Beazley scored four on Sunday to take his season tally to 18.

Simon Beazley scored four on Sunday to take his season tally to 18. - Credit: Archant

Division One league leaders Skew Bridge Reserves completed the double over FC Potters Bar with a 6-0 win.

The division’s top marksman Simon Beazley was in unstoppable form, bagging four goals, bringing his season’s haul to 18. The other goals came from Darren Flay and Adam Facer.

Division Four: In the only other fixture of the weekend, White Horse and Camp KBK drew 2-2 in their Division Four clash. Camp’s Sean Brady opened the scoring from 35 yards before Dan Gillespie turned the ball into his own net to bring the scores level.

Camp went back in front courtesy of Micky Sinnott but, once again, White Horse fought back to level the game.

Fixtures (January 5): Herts FA Sunday Junior Cup Rrund five: Hadley Green v Wheathampstead ‘89, Brookmans Park Res v Blacksmiths Arms, Greenwood Park v Hexton.


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Premier Division: Harpenden Arms Ath v Skew Bridge, Oaks v Six Bells, Vision v AFC Rangers.

Division One: Precision v Brookmans Park, PSV FC v London Colney Cannon, Skew Bridge Reserves v Church End, Wheathampstead Icarus v NBOB Res.

Division Two: Cottonmill v Herts Athletic, Dukes v Marshalswick Rovers, Old Albanians v Oaks Res, Radlett Village v Colney Heath Ranger.s Division Four: AFC Mymms v The Snug Bar, Brookmans Park ‘A’ v White Horse, Harpenden Colts OB v St Albans Rangers, Queens Head Sandridge Res v Phoenix ‘A’, St Albans IFC Reserves v Camp KBK.

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

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