Sunday League round up: Golds has the Midas touch for Blacksmiths Arms
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Blacksmiths Arms put in a superb performance to defeat St Albans Royals 7-0 and cruise into the next round of the Junior Cup. Star of the show was Aiden Golds who scored a hat-trick, the first Arms player to do so this season. Other goals came from Oli Franks, Kieran Johnson, Dean Skipsey and Jamie Sharp.
JUNIOR CUP: Dukes beat Herts Athletic 5-1 with goals from Christian Pascal, Chris Barry and a hat-trick from Antony Brown. Sam Lyon replied for Herts.
AFC Mymms needed penalties to finally see off Stonewood after the teams were drawing 3-3 after two hours of football.
In a game of limited chances, Camp KBK beat Marquis of Granby 2-1 with goals from Ritchie Jones and Chris McElligott. James Hocking scored for Marquis.
Cottonmill defeated Wheathampstead ‘89 7-1. The goals came from Michael Cattermole (three), Tim Couch, Andrew Hammond, Lee Sturgess and James Watt.
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Two goals apiece from David Hudson and Jon Walsh, plus a Alastair Bart single gave Marshalswick Rovers a 5-0 win against White Horse.
St Albans Rangers came from behind to defeat Old Albanians 4-1. Christy Torrens (two), George Irving, and Pedro Silva scored Rangers’ goals. Chris Phillips netted for OAs.
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INTERMEDIATE CUP: Nichola Breakspear OB Res eased into the next round with a 4-2 win against Riverside Corinthians.
The goals came from Charlie Robinson, Ben Haines, Nesan Jeyaratnam and Paul Doonan.
A dominant performance saw PSV run out 4-0 winners against Dial Square. Greg Deacon (two), Wayne Clark and Ryan Houghton scored the goals.
Two Adam Davies goals saw Brookmans Park beat Kings Langley 2-0.
Skew Bridge Reserves strolled to a 9-0 win over Sawbo Sovereign. Both Simon Beazley and Phil Lythgoe scored hat-trick. Singles were scored by Steve Harris, James Hardy and James Elliot.
Goals by Jacob Noonan (two), Scott Harvey and Jack Woods saw Precision came away from Robin Hood with a 4-2 victory.
Queens Head Sandridge moved into the next round with a 7-2 away win against AFC Welwyn. Adam Parker netted a hat-trick while William Oxley and Phil Turner added two apiece.
A Darren Cavaree effort plus an own goals couldn’t save Herts Mauritian going down 4-2 against Leather Bottle.
HERTS JUNIOR CUP: Greenwood Park recorded a 5-2 win over Envirologistics thanks to goals from James Booth, Nick Fanshaw, Joe Smyth and Matt Thorn (two).
George Redbourn came away on the wrong end of a 6-0 scoreline against Hoggs Head.
RESERVE CUP: Queens Head Sandridge Reserves ran out 3-1 winners against Brookmans Park A Team.
Queens’ goals came from Jack Faulder, Luke Foster and Chris Wickens. Toby Hanlon scored for Park.
PREMIER DIVISION: It was another disappointing day for The Bull & Jacks FC as Nicholas Breakspear OB came out on top 2-1, following a penalty in the last five minutes.
Breakspear took the lead through Danny Fitzgerald before Jacks pulled goal back. Adam Drew with the strike. But a penalty in the dying moments from Fitzgerald saw Breakspear take all the points.
Skew Bridge got their revenge for the defeat by Six Bells earlier in the season with a 8-1 win. Scoring for Bridge were Chris Gregory (three), David Hay, Tom Warren, Steve Hawes, Ben Dawes and Ben Warren. Jack Massey replied for Bells.
AFC Rangers put in a good performance to beat Harpenden Arms Athletic 4-1 with goals from Aaron King (two), James Hill and Andy Moore.
Vision held onto their unbeaten record with a 3-1 win over Oaks. Goals came from man of the match Glenn Hall and a brace by Liam Crouch. Oaks replied through Adam Fowler.
DIVISION THREE: Radlett Village recorded their first league win of the season with a 2-1 success against Colney Heath Rangers. James Welch and Sean Fryer netted the goals and Ian McCarthy replied for Rangers.
Brookmans Park Reserves made it five wins from five games when they beat Oaks Reserves 3-1 with goals from Dan Hart, Steve Lake and Ryan Painter.
DIVISION FOUR: The Snug Bar continued their winning run in the league with a 3-1 win away at St Albans IFC Reserves. Liam McGarry scored a second-half brace for Snug after J.J Grewal had opened the scoring. Harry Honeywood replied for IFC.
Undefeated Harpenden Colts OBs recorded their biggest win of the season when defeating Phoenix A 10-0. Leading the rout was man of the match Daniel Fensom with a brace. Alex Dennehy and Matt Richardson also hit a brace apiece with singles coming from Rob Barker, Sam Lewis, Andrew Luckhurst and Oliver Spencer.
DIVISION FIVE: Ridge took their fourth point from White Horse Res with a comfortable 4-1 victory. Goals came from David Bailey, Mark Savory, Billy Ordinaire and Adam Veil. White Horse’s goals came from Jamie Cunnington.
Nicholas Breakspear 90 recorded their biggest win of the season, defeating previously unbeaten Athletico Quat 9-1. Dave Parkinson led the way with four goals, followed by Adriano Gil (three) and singles from Derren Valydon and Cameron Leagrave. Ashlee Kissiedo scored both Athletico goals.
Swan dominated from the outset in a 6-2 win over Bricket Wood. Alex Vaughan (two), Scott Rolls (two), Jon Beck and Pablo Marquez scored the goals for Swan while Luke Harris and Andrew Alsop replied for Bricket Wood.