Jabbar hits hat-trick helps Boca Seniors to Ultimate Football triumph

PUBLISHED: 16:56 21 November 2016 | UPDATED: 16:56 21 November 2016

Old Boys United in action against Boca Seniors in Ultimate Football. Picture: Ben Sawyer

Old Boys United in action against Boca Seniors in Ultimate Football. Picture: Ben Sawyer

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In the Ultimate Football Welwyn Garden City Monday night six-a-side league, Boca Seniors gained an emphatic 5-1 victory over Westley Carrington's Old Boys United.

Alex Dowell gave Seniors a slender one-goal lead at half-time and United netted an equaliser just minutes into the second half thanks to Scott Woolmore.

Their joy was short-lived as Saleem Jabbar put Seniors back in front almost immediately and Dowell netted once again to increase the lead for the white-jersey outfit.

Jabbar produced some outstanding finishing in the closing stages of the match to complete his hat-trick and the scoring.

In the Championship, goals from Dalton Fenton, Greg Timotheou and Karim Winnan gave Blackpool a 3-0 lead by the midway mark in their encounter with Smakosze St Albans.

A penalty, coolly put away by Sebastian Dubielak, reduced the arrears for Smakosze early on in the second half.

However, a further goal from play-maker Timotheou, as well as a second fine effort from Fenton, put the match beyond the St Albans side.

In the Premiership, Wheeler Dealers beat My Dixie 3-1.

Jack Hague put My Dixie in front but Jake Hoy levelled and further goals from Lewis Wheeler and Tom Gajjar secured the three points for Dealers.

Meanwhile, Knick Of Time picked up a straight-forward 3-0 victory over Ross Rowan’s It’s What He Would Have Wanted.

Back in the Championship, Harry Tann put Leg Day ahead at the break against Mark Trayner’s Tekkers Slovakia.

It was Trayner who netted the equaliser within just two minutes of the restart but further Leg Day goals from Matthew Hutchison and a second from Tann, looked to put the match beyond Slovakia’s reach.

Luke Radley’s audacious lob cut the deficit to just one goal but Leg Day hung on.

In League One, Jordan Kimsey put Colonel Getafe 2.0 in front in their match with Stewart Grice’s Neverbee Athletic.

Dan Hedges levelled the scores for Athletic just before half-time but Josh Brown won the points for Getafe.

FC Big Fan looked fatigued in the opening exchanges of their game with Hedgehog FC.

Nick Sykes gave Hedgehog a 2-0 half-time lead and Jamie Thomas wrapped up the victory late on for Hedgehog.

The three points puts them second in the table.

If you are interested in joining as a team, or an individual player, visit www.ultimatefootball.co.uk or contact 07535 556677

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