Standen hat-trick sets up Ivory Toast Ultimate Football cruise

PUBLISHED: 12:35 30 November 2015 | UPDATED: 12:35 30 November 2015

Ivory Toast vs Desert Shadow. Picture by Ben Sawyer

Ivory Toast vs Desert Shadow. Picture by Ben Sawyer


In the Ultimate Football WGC Monday night Premiership, Ivory Toast picked up a 5-2 victory over Desert Shadow.

Shadow led thanks to a Jamie Carey strike, but Toast’s Matt Standen bagged a hat-trick before the half-time break.

After the re-start, Shadow’s Hayek reduced the arrears, but two goals from Ben Smith secured the points for Toast.

The Old Guard looked cohesive in their tie with leaders Dixie. Guard established a 4-2 first-half lead.

A hat-trick from Rhys Lawrence was the highlight of the match and he was awarded the man of the match.

Despite the 7-2 loss, Warner’s side remain top of the table on goal difference.

In the Championship, Nick Sykes’ Hedgehog FC picked up their first win of the campaign with a 2-0 victory over Sons of Pitches with goals from Adam Alexander and vice-captain Stuart Madill.

Ashley Moss’ Getafe picked up a 3-0 win over Free Agents and they move up to third in the table. Sam Dent’s Groovy Gang won by the same margin over Rag Rovers.

Antony Cripps netted the opener for UKA Dons in their match with leaders Welwyn 6’s.

However, Welwyn took the victory with goals from Luke Radley (four), Jimmy Davis, Jack Shelshar and Reggie Ross (two). Man of the match was Ross, who netted one goal from the half-way line.

Back in the Premiership, Fast Loan UK lost 4-3 to Blackpool. Brunt (two) and Jake Lonergan scored for Fast Loan, while David Willis, Dan Zienkowicz, Greg Timotheou and an own goal won it for Blackpool.

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