Saints stroll

PUBLISHED: 09:36 01 March 2007 | UPDATED: 11:37 06 May 2010

St Ippolyts strolled into the Benevolent Shield final of the North and Mid Herts Football League. They defeated Woolmer Green 9-2 as a hat-trick each for Ryan Foster and Andrew Levy booked their place in the final. In the Division One North Cup, Fairlands

St Ippolyts strolled into the Benevolent Shield final of the North and Mid Herts Football League.

They defeated Woolmer Green 9-2 as a hat-trick each for Ryan Foster and Andrew Levy booked their place in the final.

In the Division One North Cup, Fairlands beat Baldock Town Res 4-3 after extra time after being 2-2 at normal time.

There was a goal each for Danny and Carl Lingwood, Ross Braine and Warren Grieve for Fairlands, while Glen Dorrington, Lewis Wilshire and Jason Kitchener scored for Baldock.

In the Premier Division, Baldock Town were held 2-2 by Kings Sports, Michael Masters and Cameron Brawley scoring.

In Division One North, Woolmer Green Res beat Wilbury Wanderers 3-1, Jamie Campany, Dave Byatt and Dave Mattson scoring one each.

Codicote were 3-0 winners at Westwell.

RESULTS

Saturday, February 24

Benevolent Shield, semi-final: St Ippolyts 9 Woolmer Green 2.

Division One North Cup, round two: Baldock Town Res 3 Fairlands 4 (aet).

Premier Division: Baldock Town 2 Kings Sports Res 2, London Colney A v Magnum (off).

Division One North: Bedwell Rangers Res v Benington (off), Kimpton Rovers Res v AFC Santos (off), Westwell 0 Codicote 3, Wilbury Wanderers 1 Woolmer Green Res 2.

FIXTURES

Saturday, March 3

Premier Division: Magnum v Woolmer Green, St Ippolyts v Baldock Town, Whitwell Village v Clannad Celtic.

Division One North: Baldock Town Res v Benington, Fairlands v Wilbury Wanderers, Kimpton Rovers Res v Codicote, Westwell v Woolmer Green Res.


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