BOURNEMOUTH SATURDAY SENIOR CUP ROUND TWO DATES

 
TUESDAY 23rd OCTOBER 2018 7.45 pm
 
Hamworthy Utd FC V AFC Burton at County Grounds, Hamworthy        &          Bashley FC V Bournemouth Poppies FC at Bashley 
 
 
TUESDAY 6th NOVEMBER 2018 7.45 pm
 
Christchurch FC V Hythe & Dibden FC at  M. A. Hart Stadium, Hurn Bridge       &       Sway FC V Lyminton Town FC at The Sports Ground, Lymington
 
  

BDFA Sat Senior Cup

   BOURNEMOUTH SATURDAY SENIOR CUP ROUND ONE REPORTS  

  Tuesday 25th September 2018

      Scott Joyce rattled in seven when Christchurch overwhelmed Westover Bournemouth 12-1 in their first    round tie at Hurn Bridge. Joyce took just 42 seconds to get off the mark and he’d completed his hat-trick with Max Wilcock and Harvey Wright also on target before Ian Male had pulled one back for the Hayward  League side in the 35th minute. Joyce then scored his fourth of the game on the stroke of half time to give  Christchurch a commanding 6-1 lead. Ben Satterley, Grant Cormack, James King, and another Scott  Joyce effort had the Priory in double figures by the 72nd minute and Joyce added two more in the closing minutes.

     Lymington Town turned up the heat in the second half to roast Parley Sports 6-1 at Lymington’s Sports      Ground. It was the visitors who opened the scoring after five minutes though in an incisive move started and   finished by John Cook. Lymington were soon on terms though when a defensive mix up presented Charlie  Willet with an open goal then, after 25 minutes, they took the lead when Ashley Jarvis swept home cross  from the right. Elliott Cross increased Lymington’s lead early in the second half and then, with twenty minutes  left, Sam House struck twice in a minute to put the result beyond doubt. Ross Casey then rounded off the scoring for the hosts with a last minute penalty.

 Wednesday 26th September 2018

      Hythe & Dibden progressed into the last eight of the competition at the expense of Poole Town who they    despatched 4-3 on penalties.The game had finished 3-3 with Hythe & Dibden’s goals having come courtesy of Sam Woodward (2) and Benguela Ngwa.

 

BOURNEMOUTH SATURDAY SENIOR CUP ROUND ONE   Tuesday 18th September 2018

RINGWOOD TOWN  1   AFC BURTON   3

AFC Burton became the first Hayward Saturday League team to get the better of Wessex League opposition in the BOURNEMOUTH SATURDAY SENIOR CUP when they produced an outstanding team performance to subdue Ringwood Town 3-1.

Levi Ridealgh latched onto Dan Seymour’s superb through ball to put Burton ahead after 36 minutes but they suffered a setback when Jamie Trimble saw red ten minutes into the second half following a second caution.  

They doubled their lead two minutes later though when Sam Nash lobbed the ‘keeper after being put through on the right.

Ringwood halved the deficit in the 75th minute when Lee Vint squeezed an effort just inside the post but their hopes of getting on terms were dashed when Burton broke away down the left four minutes from time and Ridealgh’s cross was steered in by Sam Nash.

TUESDAY 11th SEPTEMBER 2018

Bashley began their defence of the BOURNEMOUTH SATURDAY SENIOR CUP with a comfortable 6-0 first round victory over New Milton Town.   The holders had a commanding five goal lead before half time thanks to Cameron Beard, Sam Jackson, Tony Rolls, and a couple of goals from Daniel Munday.   Cameron Beard scored his second of the game midway through the second half.

Bournemouth Poppies found themselves trailing to Chris Long’s 28th minute penalty against Hamworthy Recreation and it wasn’t until just before the interval that they managed to get on terms with George Hatch converting Steve Flynn’s cross.   Sami Garcia converted a cross from second half substitute Mickey Finch to put Poppies in front midway through the second half and Poppies secured a 3-1 success when Tomokasu Murayama struck a minute from time with Finch again providing the cross.

Verwood Town finished all square with Sway for the second year running when they finished 2-2, second half goals from Charlie Gagic and Ollie Davis for Wessex Division One pacesetters Verwood cancelled out by strikes from Roy Viner and Luke Churchill for Sway.   This time it was the Hampshire Premier League side, Sway, who progressed to the next round though, going through 4-2 on penalties.

In the Preliminary Round, Jude Nwachukwu and Matt Burt struck for Brockenhurst but Hythe & Dibden surprised the Badgers 4-2 to set up a first round tie with Poole Town.