Injury crisis costs Last Post place in last 16
CHESHAM SUN LGE
LAST Post’s continuing injury crisis cost them a place in the last 16 of the Berks & Bucks Cup on Sunday.
With the heart of their midfield missing, the Post were only a goal down to Wraysbury Bentons at half time and equalised straight from the second half kick off through Karl Smith’s first ever goal, but their visitors stepped up a gear in the last 20 minutes to finish it off 4-1.
Pioneer also went out 4-1 after conceding three in extra tie to visitors Masters, JP Jamil’s strike having ensured it was all square after 90 minutes, but Maclay knocked Trix out of the Berks & Bucks Junior Trophy 4-3, thanks to goals from Saif Hijjawi, Bevan Gosling, Ian Ranger and Robert Prunty.
League action saw Chalfont Saints underline their credentials for the Premier Division title by routing early pacesetters Dinamo Chequers 7-0, with two goals from Mitchell McNulty and one each from Andy Keenan, George Dear, Jack Roberts, Connor Cumber and Daire Stack.
Also getting among the goals were Magpies 91, for whom Alistair Horner hit a hat-trick, while further goals for Chris Pearcy, Paul Hyde and Rhys Blaken completed a 6-2 win over Misty Moon, who hit back twice via Jamie Walker and Chris Hearn.
Division One action saw Chesham Athletic win 4-0 at Chiltern Chargers, with two goals from Matt Griggs complimented by strikes from Jason Duncan and Graham Comper, while a Lawrence Stack double secured the points for Tring Anchor against Magpies 91 Reserves.
SFG Stone also edged past Pioneer Reserves 4-3, with Charlie Dawes, Duane Ryan, Tommy Buchan and Sam Elliott on target, while Ben Ford, with a brace, and James Whitfield replied for Pioneer. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 23
Last Post v Misty
Chesham Athletic v Tring Anchor FC; Chiltern Chargers v Queens Head; Maclay FC v Pioneer Reserves; Magpies 91 Reserves v SFG Stone Chesham Charity Cup Round Two: Eldorado v Arthurs; Magpies 91 v Chalfont Saints; Pioneer v Hazlemere Sports
Berks & Bucks Junior Cup Round Three:
Old Belmont v Las Paramides
CUP EXIT: Last Post take on Wraysbury Bentons