F.A. SUNDAY CUP ROUND UP - SUNDAY 19th JANUARY 2020
Talbot Rangers’ bid to reach the last eight of the FA SUNDAY CUP ended in a disappointing 1-0 fourth round defeat to Portland FC. Rangers went close on numerous occasions, hitting the crossbar three times and the Londoners’ goal seemed to have a charmed life when they scrambled three efforts off the line. Rangers did get the ball in the net midway through the second half when Marcus Cullen’s shot was steered in by Shane Sheridan but the goal was disallowed with the Rangers’ leading marksman adjudged to be marginally offside. Portland then seized the opportunity to win the tie in the 75th minute with a low shot into the far corner of the net,
BHFL CUP COMPETITIONS ROUND UP - SUNDAY 19th JANUARY 2020
Seasoned campaigner John Bastable struck in extra time to settle the issue 1-0 for hundred per cent Division Three leaders Vienna Suttoners Reserves in a hard fought M.A. HART IN-EXCESS CUP semi-final against Shoulder of Mutton. It was eight minutes into extra time when Bastable struck from close range following a corner. This was just after Shoulder’s best chance of the game at the other end had brought an excellent save from Jason Cliffe in the Suttoners’ goal. Suttoners will meet Poole Borough Rovers in the final.
Ringwood Town Under 18 Reds will return to Hurn Bridge to defend the ENDEAVOUR CHALLENGE CUP after their 3-1 semi-final success against Muscliff Dynamos Under 18s. Ringwood netted through Jamie Quainton and a couple of goals from Dylan Cooper while Muscliff replied courtesy of an own goal.
Ringwood’s opponents in the final will be hundred per cent Under 18 Division leaders Boscombe Albion who just got the better of Lymington Town Under18s 2-1 in the other semi-final thanks to Jamie Burgess and Lyle Simpson. Saimir Xhepa was the Lymington scorer.
DORSET CUP COMPETITIONS ROUND UP - SUNDAY 19th JANUARY 2020
Mark Ford was the seven goal star when AFC Wimborne blitzed Quayside 11-1 in the second round of the DORSET SUNDAY PLATE competition. Matt Groves struck twice with George Corbin and Matt Hall adding one each while Tom Shutler provided some consolation for Quayside.
Tyler Rudd notched a hat-trick when Poole Borough Rovers booked their place in the quarter finals with an 8-2 triumph over Siemens Reserves. Connor Jevon, George Towers, Shane Jackson, Callum Neate, and Nick Collins were the other Rovers marksmen with John Armour and Brandon MacKinlay replying for Siemens.
Siemens 1st team also bowed out in a 3-0 defeat against R.A.B. but Longfleet are safely through to the last eight after a 5-0 victory over Hazelbury Bryan thanks to Elliot Whiting, Stu MacFarlan, Daniel Wilson, and a couple of goals from Jamie Horvath
HAYWARD SUNDAY LEAGUE ROUND UP - SUNDAY 19th JANUARY 2020
Diego Galusni bagged a hat-trick when East Christchurch SSC moved up to third place in DIVISION ONE with a 7-2 victory over AFC Stourvale. Levi Ridealgh added two more with Mitch East and Pete Old also on target while Ryan Christopher and Alex Young were the ‘Vale scorers.
Reigning champions Loch & Quay go past Alderney Manor on goal difference after upending them 6-1 thanks to River Smith’s hat-trick and further goals from Jamie Morgan (2) and Luke Delaney.
In the other Division One game. West Howe netted through Adam Louka and a couple of goals from Sam Davis but they had to settle for a point when Tom Mann, Liam Holland, and Dale Walters earned Newtown Athletic a 3-3 draw.
James Jose struck twice for DIVISION TWO strugglers NMO but it was not quite enough to avoid a 3-2 defeat against Vienna Suttoners whose goals came from Matty Taylor, James Bainton, and Steve Lucas.
James Jordan netted for second placed Portchester in DIVISION THREE but they suffered an unexpected reverse when AFC Fiveways surprised them 3-1 with goals from Ali Paton, Ian Marshall, and Luke Vare.
Loch & Quay Reserves reclaimed top spot in DIVISION FOUR after Patrick Barnes scored the only goal of the game in the crucial top of the table clash with Parkstone.
Alex Rossi struck twice for Boscombe Celtic but Kirkfield United had the edge 3-2 thanks to Richard Pope and a Dale Cushen brace.
Unbeaten Branksome Liberal remain eight points clear at the top of DIVISION FIVE after Reece Darby struck twice in their 3-0 victory over JP Morgan Reserves with Ryan Mabey also on target.
Nearest rivals Boscombe Celtic Reserves raced into a 6-1 half time lead through Connor Picken’s hat-trick and further goals from James Harris (2) and Webster Muringayi but Woodville Wanderers restored some pride by pulling it back to 6-4 through Teddy Hills, Barnaby Earl, and a couple of goals from James Hoff.
Ross Dominey bagged a hat-trick as Kraken Sports moved into third place on goal difference with an 8-1 triumph over New Milton Borough. Dan Palmer (2), Sam Barker, Simon Adair, and Richard Fieldhouse were the other Kraken marksmen with George Randall replying for Borough.
Billy Joyce, Kane Mitchell, Jon Harris, Storm Graham, and Kyle Joyce netted for Parkstone Athletic but Home Style forced a 5-5 draw thanks to Jason Knight (2), Liam Beddow, Nick Burton, and Jamie Stanbury.
Ellis George and Troy Light plundered five and four goals respectively and Ryan Cole nabbed ahat-trick when West Howe Reserves hammered Academy 17-0 to go top of DIVISION SIX. Zak Cole added a brace with Tom Jackson, Tom King, and Brandon Hamerston completing the rout.
In the UNDER 18 DIVISION, Kings Park Dynamos netted through Janne Partansen and Kai Saunders but Ringwood Town Whites were 6-2 winners courtesy of Josh Stoodley’s hat-trick and further goals from Ralf Lloyd, Sam Howson, and Ethan Brooks.
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