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Adam Page got his 4th hat-trick in eight games as Brookmans Park progressed to the last 16 of the Hertfordshire FA Intermediate County Cup

Brookmans Park were made to work very hard against the current Herts FA Junior Cup holders Royston Utd, but eventually came out 6-3 winners. Royston took the lead within a minute of kick off, but this swung Park into gear, and they started creating plenty of chances themselves. Eventually they got their reward before half time, twice in fact, as leading marksman Page and Callum Bayliss both netted. Park then took complete control in the second half, scoring a further four goals. Charlie Nelson and Adam Davies getting themselves on the scoresheet, whilst leading marksmen Page completed his hat-trick.

Other results in Hertfordshire FA Intermediate County Cup

Haprenden Colts OB lost 5-0 at home to FCB Hemel.

FYP picked up a good away win against Spartans United. 4-3.

Despite goals from Nathan Studholme and Willam Hanson, Welwyn Garden United lost for a second week running, this time 3-2 against Hartham.

Little Heath had four different scorers as they booked their place in round 3 with a 4-2 win against Unpredictable FC. George Westmore, Harry Lockwood, Robert Pinto and Oliver Purton with the goals.

Wheathamstead Wanderers hit Division two league leaders Pinewood for 8. Nicholas Casadei with four, Stephen Buckler, Adam Barton, Laurence Wilson and Michael Cheesman with one each.

Premier Division

Hilltop edged past Six Bells 2-1, Harry Seeby on the scoresheet for Bells.

Skew Bridge picked up an emphatic win away at Phoenix. Patrick Sheehy led the way with a hat-trick, Edward Frost and David Keenleyside adding the others in a 5-0 win.

Division One

Mermaid continued their stunning recent form with a 7-1 hammering of The Bull. Chris Wilding netting a hat-trick, with Ben Taylor and Stephen Maitland each picking up two each. Joe Fletcher on the scoresheet for a second week running with The Bulls consolation.

Division 2

Excel hit 10 without reply against Six Bells Reserves. Morgan Trotman, Troy Archer, Alexander Acklam and Thomas Mullord all with two each. Callum Grimes and Joseph Curran with singles.

A Curtis Warner hattrick kept Hatfield Seniors in the title race as they swept Wheathampstead 89 aside 7-0. Jimmy Talbot, Gregor Mackintosh, Jack Sheldrake and Joseph Swadling adding singles.

Division 3

Alban Dynamo hit Welwyn Warriors Reserves for six as they continued their good run of form. A brace from Brodie Pearce-Carrington, and one each for Cain Joseph, Louis Batstone, Sean Oliver and Mark Read. Germaine Spence notching for Warriors in this 6-1 loss.

A Zack Neiman treble put Strafford Arms Reserves well on their way to all 3-points against St. Georges. Luke Watling and an OG wrapped up this 5-1 victory.

Division 4

Brookmans Park Reserves tasted defeat in the league for the first time this season, as Welwyn Rangers threw themselves back into title contention with a stunning 4-1 win. Hayden Evanson, Luke Stuckley, Billy Dean and Ben Laurence on target for the home side. Park’s goal scored by Nathan Gibbons.

Division 5

Royston Rangers Reserves and Phoenix A drew 0-0 in the White Horse Lane Derby.

Rose & Crown Mosquitoes remained top with an 11-1 drubbing of St. Albans Eagles. Yusuf Khan, Marc Arnott and Joe Brunt with two-apiece, Mitchell Harrison and Ben Gorman with one each and the standout Daniel Armstrong with a hat-trick. Adam Woodcock with Eagles only goal.

Two from Billy Smith and one from Daniel Gillians was enough to give St. Albans Warriors a 3-2 win against London Colney United.

Herts Advertiser Junior Cup

Herts Vets beat Royston Rangers 6-1 to advance to the next round.

Michael Langton hit a double hattrick as Phoenix Reserves battered MNFC 11-1. Liam Addlesee added two, with Jon Sebry and Robert Calancea getting one each. An own goal rounded off the stunning win.

Moretown bounced back from their first league defeat last Sunday to thump higher division opposition Cub FC 12-0, with the latter being let down last minute. Sammy Shakiry, Liam Archer, Alfie Packer, James Davenport and Sam Collard all amongst the goals.

TNF overcome The Wrestlers 4-2, with goals from Tom Anderson, Dan Mcgoohan and a brace from Jake Deacon. Wrestlers goals came from James Burling and Brandon Bates.

Herts Advertiser Challenge Cup

After their recent cup upset against lower division opponents last time out, Plough & Harrow weren’t going to let lightning strike twice as they swept Saints FC aside in the highest scoring game of the day. Plough’s scorers were Chris Dunn (3), George Elledge, Chris Everitt and Josh Panther (2 each), plus singles from Aykan Gurgur, Aidan Houten, Niall Kateley and Billy Small. Robert Rawlings, Lewis Cocomazzi and Laid Dib with Saints goals.

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