Goss hat-trick not enough for Queens
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THERE was an Aylesbury Vale Cup exit for Chesham side Queens Head on Sunday, despite a David Goss hat-trick.
Instead, it was Chesham Sunday League rivals Pioneer who made it through into round three 5-3, thanks to two goals apiece from Andy Spurr and Andy Viney, plus a Patrick O’Neill strike.
There were plenty more goals in the final league programme before Christmas, with Ryan Walsh another hat-trick hero as Magpies thrashed Dinamo Chequers 6-1, with Matt Selly, Chris Pearcy and Charlie Saunders also netting and Harry Edwards replying.
Also in the Premier Division, the goals were shared around as Chalfont Saints hammered Eldorado 7-1, with Jack Cullen, Andy Keenan, Bradley Grant, Daire Stack, Alfie Cumber, Mitchell McNulty and Connor Cumber all getting their name on the score sheet and Kieran Webb grabbing Eldorado’s consolation.
In Division One, newcomers Maclay FC stayed on course for promotion after consolidating top spot with a 7-3 home win over Magpies 91 Reserves, thanks to doubles from Josh Hart and Matt Ashby, plus further strikes from Dean Gavin, Ben O’Connor and Beaven Gosling, while George Larkin, Matthew Deaville and Kenny Onestas were on target for Mags.
In contrast, fellow newcomers Chiltern Chargers are finding it tough, suffering a 6-1 home reverse against Old Belmont Pugilists in which Jack Gilling netted for Chargers, but two each from Dale Lee and Matt Long and one each for Shazi and Connor Satterly made it comfortable for Belmont.
Finally, SFG Stone recorded a useful win on the road as they overcame Pioneer Reserves 3-0, with Martin White at the double and Tommy Buchan also on the mark.
Queen’s Head were knocked out of the Aylesbury Vale Cup on
CUP EXIT: Sunday