Herald hit 20 in cup cruise

Hemel Hempstead Corinthians vs. Potten End at Warners End playing fields.
Hemel Hempstead Corinthians vs. Potten End at Warners End playing fields.
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THE Herald went goal-crazy in their BSFL Steve Norwood Challenge Cup third round tie as they thrashed The Kings Arms 20-0.

Hemel Hempstead Corinthians vs. Potten End at Warners End playing fields.

Hemel Hempstead Corinthians vs. Potten End at Warners End playing fields.

In a dominant display, Scott Carrington and Karl Davidson got six goals each, Lee Simper bagged a hat-trick, Craig Carrington got two, and Daniel O’Dell, Gary Wickins and Scott Porter completed the rout.

Park Rangers also cruised through to the next round as they hit FC Intervino for six.

John Larter (3), Chris Parperi (2) and Ryan Lockley got the goals in a 6-1 win.

James Heward, meanwhile, was on top form for AFC Rovers as he netted four times in a 5-0 victory over The Three Blackbirds. Gary MacKinnon also scored.

Division One side The Robin Hood arrowed their way to the next round with a dramatic 4-3 win over Flaunden.

Goals from Lewis Taylor, Daniel Smethers, Joe Jarry and Nick Law did the damage in a 4-3 extra-time victory.

Comets Sports Club Reserves had Dave Green (2), Iain Whitlock and John Walker to thank for their 4-1 win over the Steamcoach, while Hemel Town Celtic saw off Blackbirds Rangers 3-1.

Connor Deadman (2) and Louis Miller got the goals for Celtic.

Division Three side AC Grapes, meanwhile, progressed to the third round with a 2-0 win over Division One’s Sportspace courtesy of a Drew Duggan double.

Elsewhere, in the league, AFC Boars were the big winners in the Premier Division, beating Gossoms End 5-1. Ricky Charge (2), Curtis Donaldson, Darren Caseman and Jeff Mensah got the goals.

Berko Tornadoes and Comets shared the points in a 2-2 draw, with Tom Shaw and Tom Kelly getting the goals for Berko and Steve Rance and Luke Sharpley replying for Comets.

VFC picked up a 6-2 win over Landrovers in Division One.

Sean Foster helped himself to a hat-trick, and Jack Collier (2) and Josh Bundey completed the scoring for VFC.

Warners End also hit six as they saw off The Old Grey Mare 6-3 thanks to goals from Ross Wright (2), Tommy Gray (2), Tommy Venner and Ned Ozkasim.

Gary LeBrun left it late to snatch a 2-1 win for Greenacres II at The Midland. Tom Porter was also on target for Greenacres, but LeBrun was the hero as he hit the winner with the last kick of the match.

Division Two side Run DFC picked up a crushing 8-0 win over Tring Royals as Liam Wyatt, Declan Dunning (2), Kojo Agyemang (2), Nana Agyemang, Chris Fisher-Raynor and Osy Okolie all found the net.

Tornadoes Reserves also picked up three points as they edged past KLCC 4-3 with goals from Matt Lampey, Tom Morley, Paul Toms and Steven Blake.

Robert Mooney and Oli Gurney got the goals for Echoes in a 2-0 triumph over The Queens Head.

Ben Hull was on fire for Warners End Reserves as they saw off AMG United 6-3 in Division Three.

JM Thomas and Richard Connolly were also on target for Warners End.

Potten End Sunday won 2-1 at Hemel Corinthians with goals from Liam Hunter and Josh Henderson, while Inter Hemel Sunday were victorious by the same scoreline at The Bull Athletic.

Sam Hailey and Ryan Roberts scored the Inter goals.

The Three Tuns were on form in Division Four as they thrashed The Old Bell Gate 9-3 with efforts from Dave Thomas (2), Dean Porter (2), Joe Hutchins (2), Wayne Chatfield and Alex KIngsley (2).

A Peter Canty treble earned the points for Boxmoor Rangers in a 3-0 win over Green Park Rangers, while Big GC FC egded past Hemel Corinthians Reserves 3-2.

Martin Wood, Ashley Clark and Gavin Clarke scored for Big GC.

Palace FC also won 3-2, with efforts from Jamal Ayoub, Steve Masoapalati and Mark Purcell.