It’s all Greek to the defeated Kcinsatop

PUBLISHED: 10:55 22 March 2007 | UPDATED: 11:40 06 May 2010

The Hitchin Sunday Football League round-up Kcinsatop s season is in danger of falling apart at the seams as they suffered their third defeat on the bounce. This time they exited the Challenge Cup at the quarter-final stage against Division One side AEK L

The Hitchin Sunday Football League round-up

Kcinsatop's season is in danger of falling apart at the seams as they suffered their third defeat on the bounce.

This time they exited the Challenge Cup at the quarter-final stage against Division One side AEK Letchworth.

Goals from Stuart Potasnick (two), Sean Evers and Scott Rennie were not enough for Kcinsatop as AEK netted through Micky Smith (hat-trick), Matt Bond and Calvin Rowley.

AEK will travel to another Premier Division side, Engineers Henlow, in the semis.

Crown Stotfold reached the final of the George John Memorial Trophy after beating Shillington 4-1.

Matt Evans' brace took him to 23 goals in 11 games and Crown Stotfold were aided by Nick Lewis' 30-yard screamer and one for Gareth Brown.

PJ Hitchin may well be joining them after they made it into the last four after a 3-2 success at Whitwell. Goals from Dorian Small, Gareth Grant and Ryan Foster gave PJ the edge after goals by Gordon Guile and Ross Ward for Whitwell.

Red Star ICL are back on top of the Premier Division after securing maximum points from their double header with AC Malone.

The first game finished 3-0, James Campbell (two) and Leon Palma netting.

The second game was a much closer affair and Red Star had to fightback from 2-1 down before finally securing victory by the odd goal in five. Chris Reeves, Campbell and Wayne Blows got the goals in that match.

Cannon were comfortable 6-1 victors at The George Hitchin, Jack Gregson in prime form as he bagged four goals, Simon Umney and veteran Phil Mitchell also scoring.

Engineers Henlow eased their own relegation fears after a double header win against fellow strugglers Bar Absolute.

Two penalties coolly put away by Steve Winch proved the difference in the opening encounter. The second match finished 5-1, Winch again in top form as he bagged a treble to go alongside efforts from Jim Gentry and an own goal.

In Division One, Cannon Res enjoyed a 4-0 win (Ben Holland two, Micky Jones and Ross Cook) and a 3-0 success (Danny Ryan two and Ricky Halford) against Angels Reply.

HTS Barleycorn Res beat Offley Parish 3-2, Tony Leo and Conrad Warwicker (two) with the goals. The reverse game finished 3-0 in HTS' favour, Richard Boulter, Chris Powell and Ben Gerrard on the mark.

Wanderers also enjoyed a six-point haul as they beat Walsworth 6-0 and 2-1 in their two games. Michael Carter (hat-trick), James Taylor, Paul Sapsed and Steve Parker scored in the opening match, while Grant Harknett and Carter fired in the goals in the second match to ensure victory.

The only game in the division not requiring a double header was at The Grange where SMU hosted Kcinsatop Res. A goal from Brett Hammond for Kcinsatop Res was not enough to stop them slipping to a 3-1 defeat.

In Division Two, Broadmead picked up four points from their two games with Baldock Sunday.

The first match ended 3-2 to Broadmead, Steven Young (two) and Alex Foreman for Broadmead, Louis Healiss (two) for Baldock.

And the second game ended all square, Greg Dedman, Kieran Bradbury and Young had goals cancelled out by Healiss, Danny Epson and Dale Clark.

Dynamo Letchworth were 3-1 winners at home to Wanderers Res. Liam Garrett (two) and Jim Maden scored for Dynamo while Nick Clark replied for Wanderers.

North Herts Hatters lost 3-2 at home to The Park on a windswept Grange, Dean Wilkinson scoring both Hatters goals.

Paynes Park picked up a point from their home game against AC Malone Res, Stephen Oakman (two) and Brian Humphries on target for Paynes Park.

Steve Cox (two), Dave Green, Alex Thompson, Craig Adams and Bruno Labinjan scored the goals for Radcliffe Arms as they thumped SMU Res 6-0.

Any hopes that The Five Bells had of avoiding the wooden spoon this year took a blow as they lost to their closest rivals Wilbury 2-1 at Clifton, Terry Gunn and Gareth Carr scoring for Wilbury.

George and Dragon travelled to Finchley to take on AC Finchley Select in the semi-final of the Herts Sunday Junior Cup.

But they will not have enjoyed their journey home after they were eliminated 3-1 after an impressive run in the competition.

* Compiled by Leighton Machin.

RESULTS

Sunday, March 18

Premier Division: Engineers Henlow 2 Bar Absolute 0, Engineers Henlow 5 Bar Absolute 1, Red Star ICL 3 AC Malone 0, Red Star ICL 3 AC Malone 2, HTS Barleycorn v Crown Stotfold (off), The George Hitchin 1 Cannon 6.

Division One: Cannon Res 4 Angels Reply 0, Cannon Res 3 Angels Reply 0, HTS Barleycorn Res 3 Offley Parish 2, HTS Barleycorn Res 3 Offley Parish 0, Walsworth 0 Wanderers 6, Walsworth 1 Wanderers 2, SMU 3 Kcinsatop Res 1.

Division Two: Broadmead 3 Baldock Sunday 2, Broadmead 3 Baldock Sunday 3, Dynamo Letchworth 3 Wanderers Res 1, North Herts Hatters 2 The Park 3, Paynes Park 3 AC Malone Res 3, Radcliffe Arms 6 SMU Res 0, The Five Bells 1 Wilbury 2.

Herts Sunday Junior Cup, semi-final: AC Finchley Select B 3 George and Dragon 1.

Challenge Cup, round three: Kcinsatop 4 AEK Letchworth 5.

George John Memorial Trophy, semi-final: Shillington 1 Crown Stotfold 4.

George John Memorial Trophy, round three: Whitwell 2 PJ Hitchin 3.

FIXTURES

Sunday, March 25

Premier Division: HTS Barleycorn v AC Malone, Cannon v Engineers Henlow, Red Star ICL v The George Hitchin, Stotfold Sunday v Kcinsatop.

Division One: SMU v AEK Letchworth, HTS Barleycorn Res v Kcinsatop Res, Offley Parish v Whitwell Res, Wanderers v Cannon Res, Ocean's Eleven v Crown Stotfold (double header).

Division Two: Broadmead v Wanderers Res, The Five Bells v The Park, Baldock Sunday v Radcliffe Arms (double header), AC Malone Res v Dynamo Letchworth (double header).

Challenge Trophy, round three: Angels Reply v Whitwell.

Premier Division Cup, semi-final: PJ Hitchin v Bar Absolute.

Division Two Cup, semi-final: George and Dragon v Shillington.


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