The North and Mid Herts Football League round-up

Probuild were emphatic 7-2 winners at Sporting KFA in the Premier Division. They raced into a three-goal lead thanks to a bullet header from Adam Mackenzie, followed by a great Barry Greenaway strike and another fine header from Dave Clemence into the far

Probuild were emphatic 7-2 winners at Sporting KFA in the Premier Division.

They raced into a three-goal lead thanks to a bullet header from Adam Mackenzie, followed by a great Barry Greenaway strike and another fine header from Dave Clemence into the far corner from a tight angle.

Pulled back to 3-2, Mackenzie then restored their two-goal cushion with a header from a Greenaway corner.

Richard Hall scored a fifth and then Greenaway was fouled and Mike Travis stepped up to send the keeper the wrong way from the penalty spot. The scoring was completed when Gary Pomfret sent a lovely ball through for Hall whose cross was met by the returning Dean Wylie to send his looping header into the net.

Nirankari were equally comfortable four-goal winners at Redbourn.

White Hart won a seven-goal thriller at home to London Colney A, while Whitwell Village were thrashed 7-1 at London Road.

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In Division One North, Carl Thompson scored a spectacular overhead kick as Probuild Res beat City Hearts 7-3.

Baldock Town Letchworth A lost by the odd goal in five to Sporting Kandola, while St Ippolyts won 4-1 at Fairlands.

Results

Saturday, September 27

Premier Division: London Road 7 Whitwell Village 1, Redbourn 0 Nirankari 4, Sporting KFA 2 Probuild 7, White Hart 4 London Colney A 3.

Division One North: Baldock Town Letchworth A 2 Sporting Kandola 3, Fairlands 1 St Ippolyts 4, Probuild Res 7 City Hearts 3.

FIXTURES

Saturday, October 4

Premier Division: Nirankari v London Road, Whitwell Village v London Colney A.

Greg Cup, round one: Welwyn Garden City Res v White Hart, Probuild Res v St Ippolyts, Baldock Town Letchworth A v Sporting Kandola, Probuild v Fairlands.

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