Quartet of clubs vye for last eight
PUBLISHED: 10:45 19 January 2006 | UPDATED: 09:27 06 May 2010
The North Herts Football League round-up Four North Herts League sides look to progress into the quarter-finals of the Herts Junior Cup this weekend. The clubs involved are Premier Division leaders St Ippolyts and fellow Premier side Kimpton Rovers and Fi
The North Herts Football League round-up
Four North Herts League sides look to progress into the quarter-finals of the Herts Junior Cup this weekend.
The clubs involved are Premier Division leaders St Ippolyts and fellow Premier side Kimpton Rovers and First Division sides Magnum and Wilbury Wanderers.
For the second week running, Premier Division leaders St Ippolyts' league game was called off, this time at Whitwell Village.
Woolmer Green remain in second place after they won a hard-fought game against Stevenage Council Club 3-2.
A brace from Wayne Campbell, one of which was a 20-yard screamer, was backed by a goal from Graham Akers. The council club replied through Richard Hall and Ian Warren.
Baldock won 2-1 at Kimpton Rovers to retain third place. Baldock's goals came from Michael Masters and Craig Nelson, while Kimpton netted through leading scorer Craig Barnes.
The clash near the bottom saw Bedwell Rangers win 4-2 at Codicote A.
There were some good goals in the game and the outstanding strike was a 30-yarder from James French.
Other Bedwell goals were scored by Luke Gamble, Glen Jones and John Johnston secured the points for the Stevenage side.
The Codicote scorers were Lee Digby and Neil Perryman.
In Division One, leaders Baldock Res won 4-2 at home to AFC Santos.
Baldock took a commanding lead in the first half playing down the slope and went in 4-1 up.
AFC Santos then had most of the play but could only manage a single goal.
Baldock scored through a couple for Barry Lawrence and other goals came from Sam Crow and Roy Ryall.
AFC Santos' replies came from Chris Burniston and Nuno Canteiro.
Wilbury Wanderers remain third after they came from behind to win 5-2 at City Hearts.
City Hearts had led for most of the first half only to concede a late equaliser in injury time.
The second half started with a goal for each side in the first five minutes before Wilbury took control and scored three more to gain the three points.
The home side's goals both came from Michael Brittain. Wilbury scored through Craig Goode, Tony Leo, Richard Pearson, Terry Shafe and Dean Smith.
The final game saw Fairlands have a comfortable victory against Cricketers Weston by scoring seven without reply away from home.
Leading the rout was Danny Lingwood, who scored a hat-trick. Other Fairlands goals came from Jason Haze, Paul Hicks, Kenny Liggett and Ricky Lawrance.