Sunday League round-up: Trio win through to cup semi-finals

PUBLISHED: 12:03 13 March 2017 | UPDATED: 12:10 13 March 2017

Hatfield Seniors (yellow) v Hatfield Mosquito in Division One. Picture by Andy Todd

Hatfield Seniors (yellow) v Hatfield Mosquito in Division One. Picture by Andy Todd

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Sun Inn Lemsford, The Great Northern and The Grove are into the semi-finals of the WHSFL President’s Cup.

Sun Inn defeated Shamrock Rovers Reserves 6-4 after extra-time on Sunday with Stef Saywell hitting a hat-trick.

Dan Zienkowicz, Manny Chitongo and Fenton Dalton were also on target.

In reply, Rhys Hopkins, Adam Wright, Daniel Harper and Callum Wickham scored for Shamrock.

Jason Beck fired a hat-trick for Great Northern as they knocked-out Welwyn Campus 6-0.

Their other goals came from Daniel Waller, Matt Chalkley and Rhys Lawrence.

The Grove beat The Rosey 7-2 to ensure their cup progression.

Ady Hamill was the star man for The Grove with four, while Jay Lovell, Luke Sullivan and Chris Harris all got one each.

Mitchell Harrison hit a brace for The Rosey.

Bradmore Rovers were on fine form as they scored eight without reply against the The Cock in the Premier Division.

Ennis Daly grabbed two goals in the game, while Jason Upson, Daryl Archer, Alex MacDonald, Daniel Sweeney, Matt Waters and Will McCelland all grabbed one each.

In the newly formed Division One, Hatfield Senior claimed a 7-1 triumph over Hatfield Mosquito.

The main man for Seniors was hat-trick hero Curtis Warner, Luke Warner followed close behind with two, while Gregor Mackintosh and Matt Bowden wrapped up their side’s scoring. Marc Mills converted a penalty for Mosquito.


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