Sunday league round up: Craig Taylor scores 400th goal

Six Bells' Aaron Clarke fires home his side's equalising goal against Bull & Jacks.

Six Bells' Aaron Clarke fires home his side's equalising goal against Bull & Jacks. - Credit: Archant

PSV’s Craig Taylor scored his 400th goal as his side claimed a deserved 4-1 win over Skew Bridge Res in the Knockout Cup first round.

A Vision Res player scores his sides opening goal against AFC Welwyn.

A Vision Res player scores his sides opening goal against AFC Welwyn. - Credit: Archant

Scott Corley opening the scoring for PSV before doubling his tally after the break. Taylor reached his landmark with a penalty and Ryan Houghton wrapped up the tie. James Elliot scored for Skew Bridge.

The Bull & Jacks needed extra-time to overcome Six Bells 3-2. Bell’s scorers were James Pegrum and Aaron Clarke. Jacks’ goals came from Nathan Jackson (two) and Joe Wingfield.

A late tap in from Patrick Bellanti sealed a 1-0 win for Icarus against Veer Dhara.

FC Potters Bar beat Phoenix 5-0 with goals from Seb Thomas (two), Ben Southan, Bill Jones and Luchi Ricketts.

Brookmans Park won 7-2 against London Colney Cannon thanks to goals from Jason Williams (two), Darren Cousins, Adam Davies, Michael McKenzie, Josh Neville and Danny Clifton, who netted his 100th goal for the club.

St Albans Rangers emered 5-3 winners against Aquis. Goals from Sam Carrington Kennedy, Alex Wallace and a brace from man of the match Charlie Medlin sealed the result. Aquis’ goals came from Zachary Cartwright (two) and Paul Barron.

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Harpenden Colts OB Res lost out in extra-time against AFC Mymms. Stephen Harvard’s brace saw Mymms pick up the win. Joe Harriman scored for Colts.

Marshalswick Rovers had a good 2-1 win. Ian Taylor scored Rovers’ first but it was Ali Bart who won the game with a late second.

Brookmans Park Res had a comfortable 8-1 win against Jersey Farm. Dean Jarvis led the way with a hat-trick, plus two each from Luke Watling and Dan Bedi and a single from Joe Cullum. Sean Mboto replied for the Farm who had Scott McNairn in fine form.

Two goals by Cain Davey and a man of the match performance were the highlights of Nicholas Breakspear’s 2-0 win against AFC Rangers.

Jimmy Warner (two), Gary Findlay and Ally Collins earned Harpenden Arms Athletic a tight 4-3 win over Skew Bridge.

Skew Bridge goals came from David Hay, Chris Gregory and Ben Warren.

Nicholas Breakspear Res recorded their second league win, defeating Precision 2-1 with goals from Conor Reddy and man of the match Paul Doonan. Cesar Da Silva scored for Precision.

Spencer Clarke-Mardel scored five as St Albans IFC beat Queens Head Sandridge 5-3.

Herts Athletic recorded a 2-1 win over Dukes thanks to a late goal from Chris Darke, who scored both goals.

Jack Johnson scored the equaliser for Dukes.

Ten-man Old Albanian couldn’t withstand St Albans Royals, who ran out 3-0 winners.

Royals broke through with Rob Marven before Scott Lye netted a brace.

Herts Athletic made it three wins out of four in the league despite an injury crisis ruling out all of their full-backs.

Chris Darke’s recent return to the team was much needed and he responded with two goals.

Josh Meija was the hero in goal, saving a penalty but Jake Dimmer was the star player with a stand-out midfield performance.

Colney Heath Rangers held onto their unbeaten record with their third win, defeating Blacksmiths Arms 2-1.

Goals from Ian Hutchinson and James Newton won the tie for Rangers. Gareth Fernandes was their man of the match.

Greenwood Park recorded their fourth league win of the season overcoming Queens Head Sandrige Res 2-0.

Queens started the stronger of the two teams, but the game changed when Park were reduced to 10 men following a sending off with only 20 minutes gone of the game.

Park defended resolutely to keep the score level and eventually took the lead through Joe Smyth.

Greenwood were well and truly in command and doubled their lead when Al Hanvey scored from close range with a header.

Queens rallied but with five minutes to go they were reduced to 10-men also and Park held on to win.

Camp KBK came out 2-1 winners against Phoenix thanks to goals from Chris McElligott and David Othman.

Brookmans Park were in top scoring form, netting six against St Albans IFC Res.

Goals from Danny Hunter (two), Toby Hanlon (two), Martin Worman and an own goal. The score ended 6-1, putting Park fourth in the league. Tom Salvage replied for IFC.

Harpenden Colts OB kept up their early season form, recording a third league victory in winning 3-0 against White Horse.

Goals came from Cheng He, George Calderara and Dan Fensome to move the team to second in the league. OB’s defence and goalkeeper kept a clean sheet for the first time this season.

League leaders Stonewood made it four wins from four by beating George Redbourn 3-1. The goals came from Kian Lloyd, Ben Sloan and Rudi Stevens.

Second placed Athletico Quat fell two goals down against Marquis of Granby before they got their game together to score five goals through Dean Irvine, Aziz Oyekan, Jake Baxter, Sam Smith and Jack Harkness to win 5-2.

Bradmore Rovers scored two second half goals to beat Wheathampstead Swan 5-2.

The Ridge proved too strong for Bricketwood, running out 8-2 winners. David Bailey scored four and there were singles for Chris Draddy, Billy Unite, James Gibbons, Billy Ordinaire.

Nicholas Breakspear OB 90 played 85 minutes with ten men against White Horse Res before going down 3-2.

Horse’s goals came from Jamie Cunnington, Matt Drinkall and Barry Ward.

Cameron Leagrave was Breakspear’s man of the match with an energetic performance and a goal.