Goals galore as Sun Inn and Bradmore Rovers advance in Sunday League Memorial Cup

PUBLISHED: 14:35 03 February 2017 | UPDATED: 14:35 03 February 2017

The Rosey (red) v Welwyn Campus in Macron Welwyn Hatfield Sunday League. Picture: Andy Todd

The Rosey (red) v Welwyn Campus in Macron Welwyn Hatfield Sunday League. Picture: Andy Todd

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There was a goal glut in the Macron Welwyn Hatfield Sunday League as 44 goals hit the net in just five games.

There was a goal glut in the Macron Welwyn Hatfield Sunday League as 44 goals hit the net in just five games.

Sun Inn Lemsford booked their spot in the Memorial Cup quarter-finals with a 3-2 win over The Grove.

Manny Chitongo, Stef Saywell and Martin Farrer were on target for the victors while Tom Allbrook and Chris Harris replied for The Grove.

Daryl Archer grabbed four goals as Bradmore Rovers breezed into the last eight, defeating Hatfield Cricket Club 8-0.

Macdonald notched a brace and L Archer and L Freestone completed the landslide triumph.

Memorial Cup quarter-finalists: Sun Inn Lemsford, Shamrock Rovers, The Rosey, Hatfield Seniors, Bradmore Rovers, Hatfield Cricket Club, Shamrock Rovers Reserves and Welwyn Campus.

In the Premier Division, Hatfield Mosquito had an afternoon to forget, losing 15-1 to Shamrock Rovers.

Matt Standen scored four goals, James Wright and Olly Rouse claimed hat-tricks, Dan Worsley and Sean Brettell both notched two and Luke Thompson bagged a solitary strike.

Tavisen Chetty netted a small consolation for Mosquito.

The Rosey also racked up a big win, seeing off Welwyn Campus 8-1.

Mitchell Harrison (four), Luke Baverstock (two), Tim Jolly and Kris Mills ensured The Rosey move up to fourth in the Premier Division table.

Shamrock Rovers Reserves are now sixth after a 4-2 win over The Cock.

Adam Wright bagged a brace with Jonny Douglas and Jack Budge also on target.

Bradley Walsh and Chris Weeks reduced the deficit for The Cock.

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