HAYWARD SUNDAY LEAGUE
M.A.HART CUP COMPETITIONS ROUND UP – SUNDAY 9th DECEMBER 2018
Dominic Falco was the five goal hero in Talbot Rangers‘ 6-5 victory after extra time against AFC Burton in an epic MARK HART SUNDAY SENIOR CUP semi final. Falco gave Rangers a two goal lead in the first half but Burton fought back in a roller coaster of a game to lead 5-4 in the extra time thanks to Sam Nash and Levi Ridealgh’s four goal blitz. Manny Ohameje equalised for Rangers in the second period of extra time before Falco scored the decisive goal in the dying minutes. East Christchurch SSC will be Rangers’ opponents in the Hurn Bridge final.
Yusuf Akanni notched a hat-trick in JP Morgan Reserves’ 5-1 triumph over Upton Sociedad in their M.A. HART NICHOLAS READ CUP semi final. Lloyd Wallen scored the other two JP Morgan goals while Upton’s consolation goal came from Jamie Cooper. Alex Rossi and Paul Bright bagged two apiece when Boscombe Celtic just got the better of a 5-4 thriller with Poole Rovers in the other semi final. Barry Campbell was the other Celtic scorer while Rovers replied through Joe Rendell, Josh Ridland, Lewis Worrell, and an own goal.
Newtown Athletic will meet arch rivals Alderney Manor in an M.A. HART IN-EXCESS CUP semi final showdown after they both won their respective third round ties. Newtown Athletic gave Richmond Park Rangers a 6-0 drubbing thanks to Ian Male, Aaron Stacey, Adam Janes, Jordan Manns and an own goal while James King scored both Alderney Manor goals to give them the verdict 2-1 against Bearwood Broncos who replied through Josh Carter.
F.A. SUNDAY CUP ROUND UP - SUNDAY 9th DECEMBER 2018
East Christchurch SSC are through to the last sixteen of the prestigious F.A. SUNDAY CUP after Callum Dickensen, Alex Whitehouse, Sam Kennedy (pen), and Jonny King gave them the upper hand 4-2 against Portland FC from Croydon in their third round tie.
HAMPSHIRE INTERMEDIATE CUP ROUND UP - SUNDAY 9th DECEMBER 2018
Vienna Suttoners are in the last sixteen of the HAMPSHIRE INTERMEDIATE CUP after goals from Toby Saunders and Will Foster ensured a 2-0 third round success against Eastpoint.
HAYWARD SUNDAY LEAGUE ROUND UP - SUNDAY 9th DECEMBER 2018.
Sam Davis netted for second placed West Howe but their hopes of going top of DIVISION ONE of the Hayward Sunday League were dashed when Wakanda upended them 2-1 with goals from Richard Galeg and Karol Rog.
AFC Stourvale are three points clear at the top of DIVISION TWO after Ryan Johnson scored both goals to subdue Bournemouth Sports Mercury 2-1. Matt Underwood was the Mercury scorer. At the other end of the table, goals from James Jose and Edward Warland were not enough to save tailenders NMO from a 4-2 defeat against AFC Wimborne whose goals came from Adam Andrews (2), Aiden Smith, and George Corbin. Matt Davis’ hat-trick proved decisive in Shoulder of Mutton’s 4-1 victory over Rushmere. Omid Farjadpour was the other Shoulder of Mutton scorer while George Denman scored Rushmere’s consolation goal.
Alex Hawey and Travis Abbott both bagged hat-tricks when DIVISION FOUR pacesetters Portchester blitzed Redhill Rangers 7-2. Carl Charman was the other Portchester scorer with Brad Archer and James Vallory replying for Redhill. Luke Scrimshaw struck twice when nearest rivals Vienna Suttoners Reserves poleaxed KB Sports 5-1 with Sam Purdy, Ryan Ashford, and Jason Cliffe adding one each. Harry Gibson was the KB scorer. At the other end of the table, bottom placed Branksome Liberal opened their points account in when Ashton Baille and Callum Holden clinched a 2-1 win over Scott V who replied through Jamie Phillips. Mike Collins and Terry O’Callaghan struck for Poole Borough but West Mullen had the edge 3-2 thanks to Brad Gale and a couple of goals from Matt Warden.
Grange Athletic hold top spot in DIVISION FIVE after Richard Witherington settled the issue 1-0 in their top of the table clash with Christchurch Starre. New Milton Borough netted through Sam Share, George Randall, Stephen Murphy, and Deano Bashford but they took a 7-4 tumble against Kirkfield United whose goals came courtesy of Shaun Cookson, Jaime Gil Martinez and a five goal burst from Matt Justice. James Setters netted for bottom placed Forest United but it was not quite enough to give them their first point of the season when Parkstone just got the better of them 2-1 with goals from George Gibbs and Matthew Knight.
Canford Rovers Reserves go second in DIVISION SIX after Jordan Coltman (2), Luke Jones, Matt Pursey, and Leyton Glover clinched a 5-1 victory over Quayside whose consolation goal came from Alex Garnett. Khaleel Graham led the way with a hat-trick in West Howe Reserves’ 6-0 triumph over Longfleet with the other goals coming from Jarad King (2) and Troy Light.
In the UNDER 18 DIVISION Endeavour Challenge Cup competition, Christchurch were 2-0 winners against Redhill Rangers while, in the third round of the HAMPSHIRE FA UNDER 18 CUP, Dylan Cooper bagged a hat-trick in Ringwood Town’s 6-0 tanning of Gosport Borough with Alex Turner, Chris Whalen, and Callum Gregory adding one each.
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