Wan­der­ing for­ward has set­tled in

Viney starts year with a bang

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - SPORT - By Tim Street tim.street@trin­i­tymir­ror.com

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.


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