Jim’s a true Gent for the ever grateful Engineers

Two games took place in the Premier Division of the Hitchin Sunday Football League. Engineers Henlow ended their losing sequence as they came from behind to earn a 4-4 draw at home to The George Hitchin. Goals from Ricky Day, Roberto David and James Brews

Two games took place in the Premier Division of the Hitchin Sunday Football League.

Engineers Henlow ended their losing sequence as they came from behind to earn a 4-4 draw at home to The George Hitchin.

Goals from Ricky Day, Roberto David and James Brewster (two) looked to have sealed it for The George before Jim Gentry's last minute strike completed the comeback after earlier goals from Steve Winch (two) and Mark Gilchrist.

Things are not going too well for Red Star ICL as they slipped up at home to HTS Barleycorn. Chris Kennedy and Michael Ettienne scored for Red Star while Eddie Kemp and Greg King replied for HTS.


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In Division One, Cannon Res moved to the top of the table after a 5-2 victory at Whitwell Res.

Neil Smith (two), Nick Bendon (two) and Ross Cook scored for Cannon while David Fleckney and John Harris scored for Whitwell.

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AEK Letchworth and the Crown Stotfold were involved in a 12-goal bonanza, AEK eventually winning 8-4.

David Gray scored for SMU but that was not enough to stop them crashing to a 3-1 defeat against Angels Reply.

Ocean's Eleven enjoyed a 2-1 win at Walsworth and moved out of the relegation zone as a result. Fraser Boules scored for Walsworth.

In Division Two, Dynamo Letchworth had the result of the day as they sprung a major surprise by winning at Broadmead.

Mike Bryder scored for the home side but goals from Ben Pemberton and Alexandog Malcolm gave Dynamo the points.

Lee Gibbs scored a hat-trick and Gary Kellor scored the other as The Park won 4-0 at AC Malone Res.

SMU Res and The Five Bells shared the points after drawing 1-1 at Clifton.

Wanderers Res came from three goals down to lead 4-3 but could not hold on to the lead as their game against Paynes Park finished all square.

Michael Carter (two), Bobby Travi and Paul Summerfield scored for Wanderers, while Steven Oatman (two), Mark Robinson and Paul Gregory scored for Paynes Park.

Louis Healiss fired a treble to help steer Baldock Sunday to a 4-2 home victory against Wilbury.

In The Division Two Cup, George and Dragon were 4-0 winners against Radcliffe Arms.

High-flying Shillington won again, this time against North Herts Hatters in a one-sided encounter that finished 7-0.

Even Shills keeper Ed Taylor got in on the action as he scored from the penalty spot, while their other goalscorers were Dan Bentley, Dan Gruncell, Chris Fry, Ross Woodbridge and Gavin Morris (two).

* Compiled by Leighton Machin.

RESULTS

Sunday, February 4

Premier Division: Bar Absolute v Whitwell (off), Engineers Henlow 4 The George Hitchin 4, Red Star ICL 2 HTS Barleycorn 2, Stotfold Sunday v Kcinsatop (off).

Division One: AEK Letchworth 8 Crown Stotfold 4, HTS Barleycorn Res v Kcinsatop Res (off), Offley Parish v Wanderers (off), SMU 1 Angels Reply 3, Walsworth 1 Ocean's Eleven 2, Whitwell Res 2 Cannon Res 5.

Division Two: AC Malone Res 0 The Park 4, Broadmead 1 Dynamo Letchworth 2, The Five Bells 1 SMU Res 1, Wanderers Res 4 Paynes Park 4, Baldock Sunday 4 Wilbury 2.

Premier Division Cup round two: Cannon v AC Malone (off).

Division Two Cup round two: George and Dragon 4 Radcliffe Arms 0, Shillington 7 North Herts Hatters 0.

FIXTURES

Sunday, February 11

Premier Division: AC Malone v Red Star ICL, Engineers Henlow v Cannon, Stotfold Sunday v PJ Hitchin.

Division One: Ocean's Eleven v Angels Reply, Offley Parish v AEK Letchworth, SMU v Crown Stotfold, Whitwell Res v HTS Barleycorn Res.

Division Two: Baldock Sunday v Radcliffe Arms, Paynes Park v North Herts Hatters, George and Dragon v Broadmead, The Five Bells v Dynamo Letchworth, The Park v Wilbury, Wanderers Res v Shillington.

Herts Sunday Intermediate Cup round five: Wanderers v tba.

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