Red Star clinch last four berth
Red Star ICL stand just one game away from an historic Herts Sunday Senior Sunday Cup final appearance after putting in a scintillating display at home to FC Welwyn. Mandel Mullings showed Red Star the way netting twice, including a spectacular opener; hi
Red Star ICL stand just one game away from an historic Herts Sunday Senior Sunday Cup final appearance after putting in a scintillating display at home to FC Welwyn.
Mandel Mullings showed Red Star the way netting twice, including a spectacular opener; his double was sandwiched either side of a Keith Milburn goal.
The Challenge Cup second round saw two-times winners Cannon overcome fellow Premier Division side Hitchin Town Supporters. Two goals apiece from Tony Samuals and Simon Umney proved decisive, Mick Riley and Ryan Gaydon responding for HTS.
First Division AC Malone came from two goals down to thump Premier Division Wanderers 7-2 in the second round of the George John Memorial Trophy.
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Bruce Goulding (two), Paul Ford (two), Adam Watson, Simon Buck and Stuart Archer all netted, while Mark Norris scored both the early Wanderers goals.
Two games took place in the third round and Bar Absolute Willian had little trouble against Dynamo Letchworth.
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Lee Smith (hat-trick), Anthony Marshall, Ian Napier and Ali Holmes were on target in a 6-0 victory.
Gareth Cottenden hit four as Kcinsatop Res romped to a 7-2 victory at home to Paynes Park Superstars.
Dave Everitt also chipped in with a couple and Jamie Carroll scored the other. For Paynes Park, Steven Monaghan and Brian Humphries both scored.
In the Premier Division Cup, Kcinsatop needed extra-time before they eventually overcame Whitwell 5-3.
Goals from Jamie Farrelly, Wes Batten and Wayne Mulooly were not enough for Whitwell as Stuart Potasnick (two), Callum Donnelly (two) and Nathan Haydon gave Kcinsatop victory.
In Division One Cup action, Angels Reply went goal crazy against eight-man The Boot Baldock.
They scored a Hitchin Sunday League season high of 17 goals without reply.
Steve Flattery (four), Kris Graham (hat-trick), Dan Gaze (two), Gary Dowling (two), Rennie Levy, Jay Norris, Jon James, Kev Day, Lee Mitchell and an own goal completed the rout.
Engineers Henlow beat JCA 2-1; Eddie Fannon and Mark Gilchrist gave the Engineers a two-goal advantage before Louis Healiss halved the deficit.
In the Division Two Cup, AEK Letchworth were made to work all the way against Walsworth before eventually winning 4-2. Micky Smith, Matt Wilson, Darren Athinis and an own goal made up the AEK tally, Bradleigh Moss and Daniel Levy replied for Walsworth.
Just one Premier Division game took place and The George Hitchin kept alive their title aspirations after a 4-2 win at The Well.
Ross Pateman (two), Darrin Buttergieg and Dean Mullings scored for The George while Ben Kowalcyzk and Adrian Turner scored for The Well.
Cannon Res extended their lead at the top of Division One after a 2-0 home victory against Whitwell Res, Luke Purchase and Danny Ryan on target for Cannon.
Offley Rangers beat struggling Crown Henlow 2-1 thanks to goals from James Mason and Paul Moulding.
A Jim Sutton double helped HTS Res to a 2-1 win against Radcliffe Arms, who scored courtesy of Adam Shaw.
In Division Two, Ocean's XI went three points clear at the top after a 7-2 win against The Boot Athletic.
Trevor Long scored a hat-trick and Justin Fells, Dean Lumbis (two) and Darren Lumbis provided the others. Rob Thornton scored both The Boot Athletic goals.
White Horse Arlesey moved into the top three after a comfortable 3-0 win at Wanderers Res.
* Compiled by Leighton Machin.
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