Warners End up for the cup

25/09/11'Berkhamsted Tornadoes against Boxmoor Football Club. Christian Hogg and Dan Evens go head to head to win the ball.
25/09/11'Berkhamsted Tornadoes against Boxmoor Football Club. Christian Hogg and Dan Evens go head to head to win the ball.

BSFL

IT was Herts Sunday Intermediate Cup time for a number of the BSFL sides this week.

Warners End recorded the pick of the results for the league’s sides, as they saw off FC Imperial 5-2 thanks to goals from Chris Parish (3) and Tom Grey (2).

The Robin Hood also booked their place in the next round of the competition with a 3-1 defeat of The Green Man. Bruce Russell, Dave Wilkinson and James Green got the goals.

And Berko Tornadoes Reserved are also through, as they blew away Aquis to win 2-1 courtesy of Matt Lampey and an own goal.

It was not such good news for the other BSFL teams, though, as they all lost.

FC Intervino will count themselves unlucky, as they were beaten 6-3 by Thunderidge United after extra-time, despite strikes from Lewis Day, Pete Austin and Chris Heathcoat.

Another side who suffered the heartbreak of an extra-time defeat was Old Grey Mare who went down 7-3 at Harpenden Arms Athletic. Paul Marun, Andy Baker and Thomas Wlash were on the scoresheet for Mare.

A Marc How strike was not enough for The Midland FC as they lost out to The Association, while KLCC went down to the same scoreline to FC Potters Bar. Mark Edgar got the goal for KLCC.

Run DFC were edged out 2-1 by Broxbourne Saints despite a Kojo Agyeman effort, while Old Barclavians swept past VFC 5-0.

In the league, Comets Sports Club were on top form as they thrashed Hemel Town Celtic 8-0. Ashley Addison (3), Dan Hartley, Dan Holliman, Jon Hussey and Chris Marsh (2) did the damage.

Berko Tornadoes were also amongst the goals as they stormed past Boxmoor. Tom Kelly (2), Simon Howlett, Howard Wright, Andy Wheeler-King, Mark Freeman and Dan Evans got the goals in a 7-1 win.

Park Rangers saw off AFC Boars 2-1 with goals from Chris Parperi and Greg Goodchild, and their win was replicated by The Herald who saw off AC Hemel – Matt Beresford and Jason Ivory were on target.

Flaunden and Gossoms End drew 1-1 with goals from Simon Gill and Prince Osei.

In Division One, Berko Raiders saw off Landrovers 5-3 with strikes from Henry Hadaway, Ben Beechey, Tom Cullen, Carl Tanner and an own goal.

Sportspace triumphed 3-2 against AFC Rovers, with Andrew Cooper and O’Shane Currie finding the net.

The Queens Head were the biggest winners in Division Two – seeing off Tring Royals 5-2 with goals from David Ellis, Alex Charge, Nick Jones and Duncan Allen (2).

Comets Sports Club Reserves also hit five as Scott Vaughan, Adam Penny, Iain Whitlock, Darren Green and Kaliff Maniloffe earned a 5-3 win at Drays Athletic.

Oli Gurney was the match-winner for Echoes FC as they beat Blackbirds Rangers 1-0.

In Division Three, Ben Hull was the hat-trick hero for Warners End as they beat The Steamcoach 4-0. Simon Barnes was also on target.

AMG United and Inter Hemel Sunday both won 3-2, with Danny Ormiston (2) and Tony Ellis on target for AMG against AC Grapes and Ryan Smith, Andrew Whitlock and Jack Fender scoring for Inter against Park Rangers Reserves.

The Bull Athletic charged past Potten End Sunday as Tom Kilcoyne and Adam Field secured a 2-1 win.

The Three Blackbirds and Hemel Hempstead Corinthians drew 1-1 with goals from Scott Bangerte and Laurence Putnam.

Green Park Rovers were on form in Division Four – beating The Old Bell Gate 4-2 thanks to Mark Manangan (2), Tommy Syme and Chris Stewart.

Elliott Rowland’s treble helped Boxmoor Rangers to a 3-1 win at the Kings Arms, while an Adam Roe strike was enough for Apsley Athletic to bag a 1-0 win against The Olde Red Lion.