Bradmore Rovers progress in Sunday League county cup
PUBLISHED: 17:22 18 October 2016 | UPDATED: 17:24 18 October 2016
Daryl Archer hit the only goal of the game as Bradmore Rovers were the only Welwyn Hatfield Sunday Football League side to progress to the next round of the Herts Sunday Intermediate Cup at the weekend.
Archer’s late effort helped Rovers to a 1-0 second-round win to knock out visitors Wolfpack United.
Elsewhere in the competition, The Cock threw away a 4-1 lead and gave Royal Oak FC too many chances as the game finished 5-5 after 90 minutes.
Royal Oak grabbed two goals in the first period of extra-time as they went on to triumph 8-6.
Despite Fairway Tavern scoring first, they were unable to hold out in the rest of the game losing 5-3 to AFC Bovingdon and exit the County Cup.
Shamrock Rovers took on Bell Rangers in the Herts Junior Cup second round and were beaten 3-2.
In the league Welwyn Campus beat Hatfield Mosquito 7-2.
Both teams started strongly as the rain poured down at King George.
Campus took the early initiative scoring twice before half-time through Daniel Viney and Marc Arnott.
Early in the second half, Joe Drummy made it 3-0, Mosquito replied with a left-footed goal as Cameron Oakaby-Wright kept his composure for 3-1.
Campus proceeded to score two more with further efforts from Drummy and Arnott.
After four strong passes, Mosquito scored from kick-off thanks to Darren Edwards to make it 5-2.
Late into the second half, Arnott completed his hat-trick with a free- kick on the edge of the box and a late goal from Orphan Price secured the 7-2 win for Campus.
The Rosey defeated Sun Inn Lemsford 3-0.
The first half saw Mitchell Harrison from The Rosey grab two goals to give his side a half-time lead.
Late in the second half, Tyson Howard came off the bench for The Rosey and scored, killing the game off and making it 3-0.
Following their 7-7 draw in their previous league game with The Sun Inn Lemsford, The Great Northern were back among the goals in a 5-5 draw with The Grove this time around.
Two early Steve Miller goals put the Grove ahead before The Great Northern replied with a converted penalty from Jason Beck.
Nathan Studholme made it 3-1 to the Grove, however The Great Northern quickly replied with another goal from Beck and one for Daniel Waller to make it 3-3.
Miller completed a hat-trick for 4-3 and Alex Cobbson made it 5-3.
Beck’s brace, to also complete a treble, ensured the entertaining game finished all square.