F.A. SUNDAY CUP ROUND UP - SUNDAY 10th NOVEMBER 2019
Talbot Rangers are through to the last 32 of the F.A. SUNDAY CUP after substitute Shane Sheridan bagged a hat-trick in their 5-1 second round triumph over Sportsmans. Rangers took a two goal lead through Dominic Falco and Sami Makhloufi. The visitors from Bristol halved the deficit but Rangers ran out comfortable winners following the introduction of leading scorer Sheridan.
East Christchurch SSC were due to travel to play Rudgwick Panthers but their second round tie was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
HAMPSHIRE CUP COMPETITIONS ROUND UP - SUNDAY 10th NOVEMBER 2019
HAMPSHIRE FA JOHN WARD SUNDAY SENIOR CUP holders Loch & Quay were all set for a re run of last season’s epic final until their mini bus broke down en route to their first round tie away to Wicor Mill.
Intermediate Cup holders Vienna Suttoners squeezed through 4-3 on penalties in the second round of the HAMPSHIRE SUNDAY TROPHY after Will Foster and Brad Connell ensured their tie with Boujee Pint CF finished all square 2-2.
Bournemouth Athletic drew 4-4 against FC Lakeside thanks to Ash Damen, Matt McCrow, and a couple of goals from Alan Marsh but they unfortunately went out 3-1 on penalties.
Portchester made sure penalties were not going to be required when they hammered Empire 7-1 courtesy of Stuart Marshall’s hat-trick and a four goal blast from Alex Hawey.
Jayden Double and Josh Monks netted for Greenfields in the third round of the HAMPSHIRE SUNDAY UNDER 18s CUP but Sholing Development Youth were 7-2 winners.
M.A. HART CUP COMPETITIONS ROUND UP - SUNDAY 10th NOVEMBER 2019
Sam Lanahan notched a hat-trick when Division One high flyers Abbey overpowered Rushmere 7-1 in the third round of the M.A. HART ROBBINS CUP. John Webb added a brace with Chris Long and Max Wilcock also on target while Tony Bellot scored Rushmere’s consolation goal.
Sam Davis and Marston Wortley gave West Howe a 2-0 success against Grange Athletic while Scott V was 3-0 winners against Parkstone thanks to Jordan Osmond, Dan Hayward, and Matty Chapman-Burnett.
Sean Bourke’s double gave Poole Borough Rovers the verdict 3-2 against JP Morgan in the second round of the M.A. HART IN–EXCESS CUP. Tony O’Callaghan was the other Rovers scorer while JP Morgan’s goals came via Luke Brown and Richard Vaughan.
Matt Davis struck twice in Shoulder of Mutton’s 3-0 victory over AFC Branksome with Omid Farjadpour getting the other goal while Poole Wanderers gave NMO a 6-1 drubbing though om Dufaur, George Wescott, Jack Hepburn, Ellis Greenslade, and a couple of goals from Alex Brown. Lee Baxter scored NMO’s consolation goal.
Alex Rossi bagged a hat-trick for Boscombe Celtic and Dan Hallworth added another but they bowed out of the M.A. HART LAWRENCE A BRIVATI CUP in the first round when Upton Sociedad forced a 4-4 draw after extra time and shaded it 5-4 on penalties. Ben Lees struck twice for Sociedad with Alex Airey and Oscar Cluett adding one each.
Richard Alderson and Kieron Goldrick nabbed two each when Boscombe Celtic Reserves poleaxed Parkstone Athletic 5-0 in the first round of the M.A. HART NICHOLAS READ CUP with Carl Phillips also on target.
Alex Mackenzie netted for Boscombe Celtic A but West Howe Reserves ousted them 3-1 with goals from Brandon Hamerston, Troy Light, and Jarad King.
New Milton Borough were also 3-1 winners when Tyler Dale, Luke Adams, and Sam Share put paid to Forest United whose consolation goal came from Harvey Boothby.
HAYWARD SUNDAY LEAGUE ROUND UP - SUNDAY 10th NOVEMBER 2019
There were hat-tricks from Liam Holland, Dale Walters, and Tom Mann when Newtown Athletic crushed AFC Stourvale 16-0 in DIVISION ONE. Lee Matthews, Gary Earl, and Elliott Morley added two each with Ian Male also on target.
Tower Park led 2-1 through Joe Heron and Callum Read at half time in DIVISION TWO but Bournemouth Sports Mercury just got the better of them 3-2 thanks to Dan Felton and a couple of goals from Dean Norman.
It was a similar story in DIVISION FOUR where tailenders Alderney Manor Reserves led with goals from Jamie O’Hara and Scott Logan but were denied their first point of the season when Matt Justice, Danny Mirto, and Liam Carpenter gave Kirkfield United the edge 3-2.
JP Morgan Reserves remain five points clear at the top of DIVISION FIVE after shading it 3-2 against Home Style through Yusuf Akanni, Lewis Ross, and an own goal. Nick Burton and Jason Knight were the Home Style scorers.
Adam Neesam scored both goals when nearest rivals Branksome Liberal subdued Siemans 2-0 but third placed Kraken Sports’ perfect record was ruined when Woodville Wanderers upended them 3-0 with goals from Ashley Boyt, Rob Scadding, and Leon Samson.
Karl Chalkley was the four goal star when hundred per cent Poole Rovers went back on top of DIVISION SIX after trouncing Siemens Reserves 12-0. Lewis Worrell and Harry Chown both struck twice with Joe Rendell, Sam Chown, Jamie Marten, and Daniel Massieu-King adding one each.
Redhill Rangers netted through Olly Jones, Jack Gubbins, and a couple of goals from Trevin Michelo but hundred per cent UNDER 18 DIVISION pacesetters Boscombe Albion had the upper hand 6-4 thanks to Lyle Simpson’s hat-trick and further goals from Jamie Burgess (2), and Jack Scanlan.
James Stocker struck twice for Muscliffe Dynamos but Ringwood Town Reds were 4-2 winners thanks to Elliot Hemmings, Jack Musselwhite, Dylan Cooper, and an own goal.
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