Kcinsatop win the title
The Hitchin Sunday Football League Kcinsatop clinched the league title when The George Hitchin were unable to raise a team and forfeited the game last Thursday night. The other game in the Premier Division that night saw Cannon thump Bar Absolute Willian
The Hitchin Sunday Football League
Kcinsatop clinched the league title when The George Hitchin were unable to raise a team and forfeited the game last Thursday night.
The other game in the Premier Division that night saw Cannon thump Bar Absolute Willian 8-2, Anthony James (hat-trick), Stuart Umney, Ben Wilkinson, Kevin Thomas and supersub Roy Ryall (two) were the scorers.
The rearranged Reserve Cup final took place on Sunday evening and Cannon Res bagged the trophy after goals from Scott Beake, Danny Ryan and Robbie Somers gave them a 3-0 victory over Whitwell Res.
After games earlier in the day in the Premier Division, Red Star ICL need only victory in their final game against Bar Absolute Willian to clinch runners-up. They came from two goals down to beat The George Hitchin 4-2, Wayne Blows, Mandel Mullings, Stuart Miller and Leon Palma scoring to overturn goals from Ricky Day and Dean Mullings.
The Well beat bottom side Crown Stotfold 4-1, Ricky Small, Adie Turner, Alex Bysouth and Jamie Blows on target for The Well.
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Whitwell rounded off their season with a 6-0 win at home to Wanderers, Jamie Dixon, Paul Ody, Simon Chipperfield (two) and Wayne Ewington-Kirby (two) their scorers.
In Division One, Engineers Henlow went top of the table after coming from behind to beat Hitchin Town Supporters Res, Mark Gilchrist, Eddie Fannon and Steve Winch all finding the net.
AC Malone guaranteed third place after a win last Thursday against HTS Res. The score was 5-2 and Kev Fisher (hat-trick), Craig Beedell and Rob Dowler netted.
On Sunday they rounded off their season with a 4-4 draw with JCA. Adam Watson (two), Fisher and Jez Ryan scored for Malones while Mark Marshall (two), John Connelly and Lewis Healiss scored for JCA.
Offley Rangers climbed to eighth after a 4-1 victory at Angels Reply.
In Division Two, Ocean's XI were 6-3 winners at home to Walsworth.
Trevor Long scored a hat-trick, including the club's 100th league goal of the season, while Justin Fells, Neil Hardy and Darren Lumbis also contributed. Austin Thorne, Gavin Stevens and an own goal replied for Walsworth.
Micky Smith (four), Steve Smith (two), Darren Athinis and Matt Bond were on target as AEK Letchworth romped to a 8-2 victory against Wanderers Res.
Kcinsatop Res travelled to bottom club Wilbury and won 7-3 thanks to goals from Gareth Cottenden (hat-trick), Dave Pile, Anthony Wickham, Steven Gladstone and Chris Slattery.
AEK Letchworth and Kcinsatop Res played out a goalless draw on Tuesday night.
*Compiled by Leighton Machin
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