Goals flow in Welwyn Hatfield Sunday League Cup clashes

PUBLISHED: 16:58 12 October 2016

Fairway Tavern (orange) in action against Shamrock Rovers

Fairway Tavern (orange) in action against Shamrock Rovers


The Rosey secured a 3-0 first leg victory over Hatfield Mosquito in the Welwyn Hatfield Sunday League Cup.

Hatfield Mosquito (gold) clash with The RoseyHatfield Mosquito (gold) clash with The Rosey

Mosquito put on the early pressure but could find convert any of their numerous chances.

Midway into the first half, Kris Mills for the Rosey nicked the first goal of the game with a tap in past the keeper.

Both teams came out strong in the second half, but it was The Rosey who took the initiative getting two more goals, another for Mills and one for Mitchell Harrison.

The next game saw Shamrock Rovers beat Fairway Tavern 5-3 in the first leg.

Both teams played good football, but it was Rovers who came out victorious.

Matt Standen got two goals while Ben Smith, Perry Stellon and Daniel Winwood all got one each. Fairway’s goals came from Savas Caliskan (two) and Marvin Brooks.

The next game in the League Cup saw The Great Northern thump The Cock 5-0.

On target for The Northern were Jason Beck and Martin Standen with two goals each, while Daniel Waver hit the other.

Sun Inn Lemsford cruised to a 9-3 first leg win over Welwyn Campus.

There were hat-tricks for Fenton Dalton and Stef Saywell while Paul Goodman, Dan Zienkowicz and Makoni Tattenda also scored. Joe Drummy scored a brace and Ben Prudence one for Campus.

In a heated game, Bradmore Rovers defeated Hatfield Cricket Club 3-1 in their first leg tie.

Joe Bigley scored for the Hatfield, but Bradmore ran away with the game thanks to efforts from Rhys Monger (two) and Matthew Waters.

Hatfield Seniors bowed out of the Herts Sunday Junior Cup at the second round stage at the hands of Hertsmere Sunday.

Jaidan Doocey was on traget for Seniors.

In the Premier Division, The Grove ran out 9-1 winners over Shamrock Rovers Reserves.

Grove’s Jimmy Cook grabbed a hat-trick, Adrian Hammill and Arkadiusz Frydrych got two each, while Lee Digby and Steve Millar also netted. Jonny Douglas scored for Rovers.

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