Kcinsatop do double in making progress

The Hitchin Sunday Football League round-up It was party time for Kcinsatop as both of their sides reached their respective divisional cup finals. In the Premier Division Cup, Stuart Potasnick (hat-trick) and Shaun Stuart (two) provided the goals as Kcins

The Hitchin Sunday Football League round-up

It was party time for Kcinsatop as both of their sides reached their respective divisional cup finals.

In the Premier Division Cup, Stuart Potasnick (hat-trick) and Shaun Stuart (two) provided the goals as Kcinsatop's first team beat Cannon, who scored courtesy of Kevin Thomas.

The reserves made light work of Paynes Park Superstars, eventually winning 11-0 in the Division Two Cup semi-final. Dave Everitt (hat-trick), Gareth Cottenden (four), Rob Groves (two), Steve Gladstone and Neil Dorrington all scored.

In the second round of the Premier Division Cup, Red Star ICL's fixture congestion was not eased after they progressed to the semi-finals at the expense of Crown Stotfold following their 9-0 win.

James Campbell led the way with four goals and was joined by John Woodbine (two), Leon Palma (two) and Keith Milburn on the scoresheet.

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In league action, The George Hitchin rediscovered their winning ways after securing a 2-0 victory at Bar Absolute Willian, Ben Kowalczyk and Tyrone Holloway the scorers.

Stotfold Sunday also won at home to Wanderers 3-0.

The top two both won in the First Division.

Cannon Res travelled to SMU and left with all the points as goals from Darren Purchase, Danny Ryan (two) and Sean Evers gave them a 4-0 win.

Engineers won the big Henlow derby against The Crown by two goals to nil, Mark Gilchrist and older brother Alan netting the goals.

Offley Rangers were 1-0 winners away to Radcliffe Arms to virtually guarantee Division One football in Offley next season.

Ocean's Eleven went goal crazy at home to White Horse Arlesey and finally won 12-0 in Division Two.

Trevor Long scored six, Gary Wallace (hat-trick), Dean Lumbis, Scott Antoniak and an own goal made up the remainder.

AC Malone Res took advantage of their first team not having a game as Bruce Goulding contributed two goals as they won 3-2 away at Wanderers Res. Adam Farrell notched the other Malones goal.

* Compiled by Leighton Machin.

* The website can be viewed at www.hsfleague.com

* Goalscorers can be emailed to Leighton.machin@uk.fujitsu.com or sent by text to 07867 839458.