Crusaders conquer Asia

12:05 28 November 2011

North & Mid Herts Football League round-up

North & Mid Herts Football League round-up

James Ronayne

North & Mid Herts Football League round-up

Potters Bar Crusaders continued their good form in the North & Mid Herts Football League Premier Division with a 4-0 away win at Asia.

Their goals were scored by Matt Lochrie, Ian Hargreaves, Dan Chapman, and Joe Chapman.

St Ippolyts dropped their first two points of the season in a 1-1 draw with RBL. Mark Weatherill scored for St Ippolyts before they were pegged back by a Barry Potts goal in the second half.

After Steve Underwood was sent-off with 20 minutes to go, both sides had chances to win the match.

A Darren Curry hat-trick plus an own goal gave City Hearts a 4-0 win at St Albans Wanderers.

Global’s poor form continues following a 4-1 home defeat against Warriors XI. Scott Taylor, Allan Johnston, John Malone and Caner Ozgul scored for Warriors. James Hounslow scored a consolation for Global.

Barmond Utd, despite an improved performance, still lost 5-0 to FC Letchworth. Daniel Nash scored another hat-trick supported by Joe Goude, and Richard Aylott.

Fixtures (December 3)

Herts Junior Cup Second Round: Much Hadham v Potters Bar Crusaders. Third Round: AFC Storm v FC Letchworth; Greenbury v St Ippolyts; Long Marston v Warriors XI; RBL v Berkhampstead Sports.

Premier Division: Asia V Tansley; Global v City Hearts; St Albans Wanderers v Barmond Utd.

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