Goals galore between Sun Inn and Great Northern in Sunday League
PUBLISHED: 10:07 06 October 2016 | UPDATED: 10:10 06 October 2016
A 14-goal thriller saw three hat-tricks scored as The Great Northern and Sun Inn Lemsford drew 7-7 in the WHSFL Premier Division at the weekend.
On target for Northern were Jason Beck with a treble, Martin Standen grabbed a brace, while Lee Woodgate and Joe Holmes hit one each.
For Sun Inn both Sean Mboto, and Tatenda Makoni grabbed hat-tricks; Stef Saywell was also on the scoresheet.
The game saw Northern go 1-0 and 2-1 up, before Sun Inn responded to lead 4-2 at half-time.
After the break they added another to go 5-2 ahead.
However, Northern rallied and brought the scores level at 5-5.
Incredibly Sun Inn added two and led 7-5 with just a minute to go.
Beck scored for 7-6 to complete his hat-trick and then dramatically won a penalty which was converted by Standen to level a breathless encounter with the last kick of the game.
Elsewhere in the league Hatfield Mosquito were well-beaten 8-0 by The Cock at King George V Playing Fields.
Both teams started well and created a few chances.
However, The Cock opened the scoring through Alex Canter and went on to lead 4-0 at half-time with Chris Weeks, Jaime Stovell and Charan Basra all getting on the scoresheet.
In the second half The Cock came out all guns blazing, creating some great chances and scoring some fantastic goals.
Basra added two goals to complete his hat-trick, while substitute Chris Eke scored two to complete the scoring.
In the Chairman’s Cup Shamrock Rovers won 4-1 against Bradmore Rovers.
Matt Standen got the first goal through a penalty, clinically putting it away.
He proceeded to get two more goals to secure a treble before Ben Smith got Shamrock’s fourth.
Bradmore managed to get a consolation from Ennis Daly.
Hatfield Seniors edged to a 1-0 victory over Fairway Tavern in the Chairman’s Cup.
Curtis Warner grabbed the only goal of an end-to-end game.
Welwyn Campus took the lead against The Rosey in the Chairman’s Cup, but went down 3-1.
Campus went ahead through a goal from Marc Arnott.
However, Mitchell Harrison’s 30-yard free-kick and Tom Bundy and Daniel Armstrong goals saw The Rosey to the 3-1 win.