Ippolyts win against Letchworth

14:58 09 January 2012

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St Ippolyts and FC Letchworth completed their outstanding group match in the Greg Cup with St Ippolyts winning 3-1 with goals from Steven Teale, Richard Hall and Mark Wetherill.

Sam Jackson responded for Letchworth.

In the North & Mid Herts Football League Premier Division Barmond United lost 16-0 to Potters Bar Crusaders. Hargreaves was the top scorer with six.

Warriors XI and City Hearts both took a point in a 2-2 draw, Asia travelled to RBL and came away with all three points in a 2-0 win while Global lost 2-1 to Tansley .

Fixtures (Saturday, January 14)

Herts FA Junior Cup: Fourth Round: FC Letchworth v Berkhamsted Sports.

Premier Division: Asia v Barmond Utd; City Hearts v Tansley; Potters Bar Crusaders v Warriors XI; RBL v Global; St Albans Wanderers v St Ippolyts.

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