Mylie Cash is on the money as Hemel Rovers cruise through

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Hemel Rovers moved into the next round of the Watford Peace Shield after winning 4-1 at Gadebridge on Saturday.

Rovers took an early lead after a long throw from Phil Moloney landed at the feet of Mylie Cash who volleyed home.

More problems arose for the home team when a bad injury to Jack Collier saw him forced off, but Gadebridge hit back when Charlie Martindale rifled the ball into the Hemel net from 25 yards to bring his side level.

However, Rovers continued to press forward and scored their second goal, again by Cash, after some good build-up play.

Hemel added another goal before half-time as they won a free-kick and up stepped Ben Hammond to put Rovers 3-1 up and well in command.

The second half produced very little of note apart from a Rhys Stonebank effort which Gadebridge keeper Glen Walsh managed to push onto the post only for the ball to cannon back off him and into the net.

Elsewhere, Rovers Reserves came back from 1-0 down to beat Caddington 2-1 thanks to goals from Mark Crampton and Drew Duggan.

Rovers’ third string also gained success with a win in the Rous Cup at Tring Athletic B. They won 4-2 courtesy of a hat-trick by Charlie Rance and another effort from Scott Carrington.