Wandering forward has settled in
Viney starts year with a bang
Former Fleet Town striker Denilson Vicente has settled at Beaconsfield SYCOB, according to Andy Hurley ANDY Viney proved he kept off the festive treats with a hat-trick as the Chesham Sunday League resumed after the Christmas break at the weekend.
Jean-Pierre Jamil also bagged a brace, while Liam O’Neill and Sam Darvell were also among the scorers for Pioneer as they hammered Dinamo, for who Ciprian Chelseau netted twice, 8-2.
Magpies’ trip to Eldorado proved a tighter affair, but they prevailed by the odd goal in three. Stuart Hawkes was on target for Eldorado, but replies from Paul Hyde and Ryan Welsh won it.
In Division One, Magpies 91 Reserves recorded a useful 2-0 home win over Chiltern Chargers thanks to George Larkin’s double, while Queens Head also continued their winning ways, defeating Old Belmont 3-2 with goals from Ben Mack, Shaun Micallef and an own goal, although George King and Tony Hook replied for Belmont.
Cup action centred on two Allan Moore Cup group matches, with a Matt Ashby hat-trick, plus further goals from Ian Ranger, Matt Pearson and Rob Prunty, helping Maclay FC see off SFG Stone, for whom Martin Wright grabbed a consolation, 6-1.
In the other tie, Pioneer Reserves fared even better, reaching double figures with a 10-3 win over Tring through goals from Slater (3), Aldridge (2), Ford (2), Ottaway, Burrows and Hill, while Stuart Howe, Adam Gnulati and Lawrence Stack added some respectability for Tring.
Fixtures, Sunday, Premier League: Magpies 91 v Pioneer; Misty Moon v Chalfont Saints Division One: Pioneer Reserves v Chesham Athletic; SFG Stone v Chiltern Chargers; Tring Anchor v Queens Head Allan Moore Cup (group matches): Magpies 91 Reserves v Last Post; Dinamo Chequers v Maclay FC; Old Belmont v Eldorado.