BOURNEMOUTH HAYWARD SATURDAY LEAGUE ROUND UP
Saturday 31st October 2020
Westover undone by Timo’s late winner
Timo Gleed bagged the winner three minutes from time to give second placed Bisterne United the verdict 3-2 against Westover Bournemouth in the HAYWARD SATURDAY PREMIER DIVISION. Westover were twice in front in the first half thanks to Alex Mackenzie’s 22nd minute header and an Arthur Riley strike five minutes later, when he steered home a cross from Lee Pearson. Sandwiched in between was a Bisterne equaliser from the penalty spot by Matty Steer after Timo Geed had been brought down in the box. Edgar Zanin and Ryan Pickup both went close to increasing Westover’s lead after the break before Bisterne equalised in the 70th minute when substitute Elliot Tindall powered home a header from a corner. Just when Westover were beginning to think they were going to come away with a point, Timo Gleed rose at the far post to head the winner from another corner to put Bisterne three points behind hundred per cent leaders Bournemouth Manor.
Leaders slip up again
DIVISION ONE leaders Mudeford Mens Club suffered a second successive defeat when a couple of second half goals from Tom Pepper gave Westover Bournemouth Reserves the edge 3-2. Westover had gone into the second half one goal ahead thanks to Karl Foster’s 25th minute strike and their lead was doubled by the first of Pepper’s brace in the 76th minute before Mudeford pulled one back. Harry Simon and Liam Welton were the Mudeford scorers.
Bournemouth Manor Reserves have the same number of points as Mudeford with two games in hand after maintaining their perfect record with a 5-1 victory over Twynham Rangers. Luke McCoy and Dan Taylor scored two each with the other goal coming from Jamie Morgan while Twynham’s consolation goal came from Ryan O’Reilly.
The remaining Saturday League games were postponed due to waterlogged pitches.
Tuesday 3rd November 2020
Terry treble in Manor cup triumph
Ace marksman Terry Foote led the way with a hat-trick in Bournemouth Manor’s 7-1
triumph over Ringwood Town Development in the M.A. HART PAGE CROFT CUP on Tuesday
night under the lights at Ringwood’s Macra Community Stadium. Brad Aspin bagged a
brace with Jamie Morgan and substitute Ed Ewens also on target in the last game before
Hayward League football is suspended due to Lockdown Two.
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