Whirlwind cup exit for Hood

11/9/2011'AC Hemel vs. Park Rangers. Eddie Welsh keeping the ball from Robby Hull and Curtis Donaldson.
11/9/2011'AC Hemel vs. Park Rangers. Eddie Welsh keeping the ball from Robby Hull and Curtis Donaldson.


Berkhamsted Sunday Football League round-up

THE Robin Hood were left in a spin by Berko Tornadoes as the League Senior Cup got under way on Sunday.

Tom Shaw (2), Andy Wheeler-King and Simon Howlett got the goals for the Tornadoes in a 4-2 win. James Bushe and Lewis Taylor were on target for The Robin Hood.

Gossoms End also booked their place in the next round of the competition with a 4-1 win over Landrovers.

Luke Butler (2), Jamie Impey and Luke Foreshaw scored for Gossoms, while Dave Chapman drove home Landrovers’ consolation.

Another team to progress in the tournament were The Herald who saw off VFC 3-1. Jason Ivory (2) and Scott Carrington did the damage for The Herald.

AFC Rovers are also through, with James Heward (2) and Ben Butler earning a 3-1 win over Berko Raiders.

Meanwhile, it was a proud day for Geoff Jeeves in the League Intermediate Cup – despite a 5-1 defeat.

Jeeves represented AMG United along with two of his sons and two nephews in a real family occasion.

Drays proved too good, though, with Russell Kercher (2), Nick Jackson, Stephen Coles and Jamie France earning the win.

The Three Blackbirds were singing Scott Bangerte’s name as he scored all four goals in a 4-1 victory over Berko Tornadoes Reserves.

AC Grapes also progressed to the next round, with Drew Duggan securing a 1-0 win over Potten End Sunday.

Elsewhere, it was a sticky time for The Old Bell Gate as Andrew Honey netted twice for Boxmoor Rangers in their League Junior Cup clash. Myer Fuller completed the scoring in a 3-0 triumph.

There were goals galore in the tie between Hemel Hempstead Corinthians Reserves and Big GC FC, with GC securing a 5-3 win.

Dan Fitzgerald (2), Luke Tobbitt (2), and Tom Summers netted for GC, while Tim Duffin, Neil Harper and Sam Copson scored for Hemel.

In league action, Flaunden were the big Premier Division victors – seeing off Boxmoor 11-0. George Loosely (4), Kevin Cotton (2), Graham Blyth (2), Chris Truman (2) and Simon Gill netted.

Park Rangers also won, with Chris Wesley (2) and Chris Parperi earning a 3-2 win at AC Hemel.

In Division One, The Midland edged out Sportspace 4-3 thanks to goals from Tom Klymkiw (2), Barry Sansom and Rocco Cordara.

Warners End also recorded a win, seeing off Old Grey Mare 2-1 thanks to Chris Parish and Ned Ozkasim. Anthony Beddall replied for Mare.

FC Intervino were big winners in Division Two, beating Tring Royals 6-1 courtesy of strikes from Mike Gray (4), Pete Austin and Lewis Gray.

A Paul Joyce brace earned a 2-1 win for Echoes FC over KLCC, while Run DFC and Blackbirds Rangers drew 2-2. Zain Kazmi and Jake Levy Scored for DFC, and John Marsh and Ben Fisk replied for Blackbirds.

Division Three sides The Bull Athletic and Warners End Reserves also shared a high-scoring draw.

Adam Hallissey (3) and Tom Kilcoyne scored for Athletic, while Jamie Rogers (2), Jim Thomas and Steve Kilner netted for Warners End.

Park Rangers Reserves picked up a 4-2 win over The Steamcoach thanks to John Larter (2), Wayne Whiting and Terry Beckwith, while Hemel Corinthians beat Inter Hemel Sunday 3-2. Andy Deaton, Paul Witham and Rob Woods did the damage

The Three Tuns secured a royal win in Division Four as Alex Kingsley (4), Sam Butler, Josh Leeson, Dave Thomas and Dave Mccon netted the goals in an 8-1 victory at Palace FC.

Mark Managan (2), Paul Wilkins and Kenny Harrington earned a 4-2 win for Green Park Rovers at Apsley Athletic, while Dan Hutchinson (4) and Adam Rowdon secured a 5-1 win for The Olde Red Lion over Kings Arms.