HAYWARD SUNDAY LEAGUE ROUND UP
HAYWARD SUNDAY LEAGUE ROUND UP - SUNDAY 14th APRIL 2019
Wiseguys take over on top of DIVISION TWO from AFC Stourvale on goal difference after Ollie Bolton, Adam Louka, Steve Haime, and James Burgis ensured a 4-0 victory over AFC Wimborne. They will have another trophy in their sights on Thursday night though when they meet Alderney Manor at Hurn Bridge (7.30 pm) in what promises to be an excellent M. A. Hart In-Excess Cup Final. Newtown Athletic are the second of the three teams locked together on 37 points at the top of the table after Liam Holland, Adam Janes, and Tom Mann gave them a 3-1 success against Rushmere who replied through Luke Conrad.
Spencer Churchill and Ryan O’Reilly both saw red when First Division AFC Burton went down 1-0 to a goal from Mal Thomas in their SUPPLEMENTARY CUP match with AFC Christchurch.
AFC East Christchurch kept the pressure on DIVISION THREE leaders Vienna Suttoners by beating Richmond Park Rangers 3-1 thanks to Tom Easom, Ryan Attree, and an own goal, guaranteeing them the runners up spot. Alex Pride was the Rangers scorer. Dan Edwards bagged a hat-trick when third placed Bearwood Broncos hammered Tower Park 8-1 with Ash Williams (2), Kyle Pearce, Dave Martin, and Jack Excell also on target. Alex Corbin scored the Tower Park consolation goal. Meanwhile, at the other end of the table, Aaron Willis struck for Poole Wanderers but tailenders MK Interiors chalked up their second league win of the season when they upended them 4-1 thanks to Jamie Webber, Luke McNair, and a couple of goals from Charlie Tompkins.
The teams battling for third and fourth place in DIVISION FOUR finished honours even in a 4-4 draw. Kieran Burnett, Toby Ambrose, Kieron Mulvey, and Dean Seal netted for KB Sports with Connor Graham, Declan Collins, Jack Fendley, and Scott Talbot earning Poole Borough a point.
Ace marksman Jamie Cooper struck for Upton Sociedad in DIVISION FIVE but Parkstone had the edge 2-1 thanks to Andy Pugh and Matt Knight.
Siemans clinched the runners up spot in DIVISION SIX when Will Mackey and Michael Buck gave them the verdict 2-1 against Quayside who replied through Kai McCrow. Mihai- Adrian Voina struck twice for Longfleet but Poole Rovers were 6-2 winners through Dave Frampton, Jamie Marten, Tom Eyers, Tyler Gregory, and a couple of goals from Joe Rendell.
BHFL Endeavour Cup winners Ringwood Town are champions of the UNDER 18 DIVISION with two games still to play after their 6-0 triumph over Hamworthy Recreation. Callum Gregory, Christian Whalen, Lewis Pateman, Elliot Hemmings, Jack Boyle and Jamie Quainton were the Ringwood marksmen. Ollie Jones and Nick Paul-Ajuwape struck for Redhill Rangers but Lymington Town had the upper hand 4-2 thanks to William Hale, Jason Walbanke, and a couple of goals from Harry Eaves.
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