PUBLISHED: 11:08 11 May 2006 | UPDATED: 10:09 06 May 2010
The Hitchin Sunday Football League Kcinsatop completed a remarkable treble as they added the Challenge Cup and Premier Division Cup to the league title they clinched seven days earlier. They rounded off their season in fine style by winning a one-sided Ch
The Hitchin Sunday Football League
Kcinsatop completed a remarkable treble as they added the Challenge Cup and Premier Division Cup to the league title they clinched seven days earlier.
They rounded off their season in fine style by winning a one-sided Challenge Cup final 7-1 against Cannon on Sunday night.
Ryan Foster (four), Callum Donnelly, skipper Paul Donnelly and Stuart Lochhead netted for Kcinsatop, while Ben Wilkinson scored the lone Cannon goal.
Stuart Potasnick's boys picked up the Premier Division Cup last Wednesday night after a 4-0 win against Red Star ICL.
Callum Donnelly, Luke Donnelly, Foster and Moni Miaswente got the goals.
In league action, Red Star ICL hosted Bar Absolute Willian and won 7-1 to secure runners-up spot.
James Campbell (hat-trick), Keith Milburn (two), Mandel Mullings and Stuart Miller found the target for Red Star, Bar Absolute's leading goalscorer Lee Smith replying for the away side.
Crown Stotfold can go into the summer with renewed optimism for next season after winning their second league game in three against Wanderers.
Wanderers scored thanks to Barney Buck and Mark Cook.
The George Hitchin rounded off their league season with a 4-2 success away to Hitchin Town Supporters.
They will be reasonably happy with the mid-table finish in their first season in the top flight.
James Fletcher, Rikki Day, Dean Mullings and Greg Phillips scored for The George while Nick Orton (penalty) and Kevin Burness replied for HTS.
Stotfold Sunday were unable to raise a team against The Well and therefore conceded the game and the points.
In Division One, Engineers Henlow travelled to Angels Reply knowing victory would give them their first league title success in 12 seasons.
Against a depleted Angels side, Engineers finished up 7-0 victors.
Roger Pulham scored his first goals of 2006 as he grabbed a hat-trick, while Steve Winch, Malc Gilroy, James Gentry and Paul Bosher with a 25-yard screamer completed the scoring. Goalkeeper Dan Allison capped a fine season with a penalty save in the final minutes.
That victory meant Cannon Res could not catch the Henlow side but they still had an unbeaten league record to protect.
As it was, a Mark Nunn goal was all they had to show from the game as Whitwell Res hit five through Tommy Farrelly (two), John Harris, Tony Webb and the flying winger Liam Kelly.
Crown Henlow earned their first win of the season as Dan Bentley scored all their goals in a 3-2 success against JCA.
* Compiled by Leighton Machin
* The website can be viewed at www.hsfleague.com
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