Herts Ad Sunday League: Warriors come out to play as Todd scores four in Golding Cup success
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Welwyn Warriors and The Wrestlers put on a treat for the fans inside Clarence Park before hot-shot James Todd finally sealed the game and the GD Golding Cup with a 4-3 victory.
Todd has been on-fire in this competition and scored all four of Welwyn's goals in the final, taking his tally in the tournament up to 21.
It was a game worthy of the final but it saw Wrestlers draw first blood, scoring a penalty after Kingston was fouled.
Warriors had one goal chalked off before Todd equalised prior to the break, pouncing after an Allan Johnston nod down.
Todd bagged two after the break, Defeo and Alex Georgiou providing the assists, but Wrestlers pulled one back to make for a few nervous moments in the Welwyn defence.
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However, composure was restored when Scott Cornell put James Todd through to lash home his and Welwyn's fourth goal and although Wrestlers scored a fine free kick in injury time, it was Warriors who took the win.
Back in the Herts Ad Sunday League there was a 2-2 draw for AFC Mymms and Beehive in Division One. Beehive's goals came from star man Nathan Dimmock and Zach Wallace while Nathan Singh scored both the Mymms goals.
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Lewis Freestone, Jacob Samuel Ponte and star man Michael Alderman were all on target for Facelad as they drew 3-3 against Phoenix.
And there was a third draw in the division, an own goal giving Plough & Harrow a 1-1 tie with Oaks.
Pioneer Selection clinched the Division Three title as they held their nearest rivals, Wheathampstead '89, to a 1-1 draw. Jimmy Talbot scored their all important goal while Matt Balser was their outstanding player.
Goals from star man Chris Griffin and Jack Massey helped Six Bells to a 2-0 win against Pinewood.
Marshalswick Rovers meanwhile brought their season to a winning end as they beat Blacksmiths Res 6-2. Douglas St Louis bagged two of them while Alastair Bart, Michael Ingram, Matt Lacey and an own goal provided the other goals.
Blacksmiths' reply came from Dan James and Lee Greenwood with John Armitt their outstanding player.
Herts Lions won for the second week running in Golding Cup Division A with a 4-2 win over Royston Rangers, Omar Bounyafe (two), Llas Bakhti, and Youssef Loussahi the men on target.
Stefane Munox picked up the man of the match tag while Karl McGroary scored both Rangers goals.
Division One: Oaks 1 Plough & Harrow 1; Phoenix 3 Facelad 3; Pinewood 0 Six Bells 2; The Beehive 2 AFC Mymms 2.
Division Two: FC Potters Bar HWO AFC London Road; AFC London Road HWO FC Potters Bar.
Division Three: Wheathampstead '89 1 Pioneer Select 1; Blacksmiths Res 2 Marshalswick Rov 6.
Golding Cup Division 'A': Royston Rangers 2 Herts Lions 4.
Golding Cup final: Welwyn Warriors 4 The Wrestlers 3.