A&C cel­e­brate dou­ble de­light on busy week­end of ac­tion

Ladies score six with­out re­ply across two days

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the girls. We needed six points this week­end and they de­liv­ered them with two great per­for­mances.”

The ladies are now joint sec­ond in the Trys­ports Premier One ta­ble with Son­ning, who they host this Satur­day in their last game be­fore the win­ter break.

And it was Son­ning sec­onds who A&C’s men faced last Satur­day, a 4-2 win making it 10 wins out of 10 and keep­ing them six points clear at the top of MBBO Di­vi­sion One.

Af­ter hav­ing an early James Easter strike chalked off, there was to be no re­prieve for Son­ning when Chris Yox­all slot­ted home a penalty cor­ner, and the lead was dou­bled when Ran­jit Sangu found Doug McA­teer, whose base­line drive was met at the back post by Thomas McKin­lay.

Son­ning pulled one back be­fore the break, and it took some great de­fen­sive work from War­ren Scott, James Cremin and Tommy Cross to keep them at bay be­fore McA­teer found Brown at the far post to make it 3-1.

Son­ning were not done, how­ever, and pulled an­other back to en­sure a nervy last 10 min­utes, un­til Easter se­cured the points with a fan­tas­tic solo ef­fort af­ter pick­ing the ball up in his own half. They sec­onds this Satur­day.

Man­ager Si­mon Archer said: “This was a very com­posed Son­ning team,

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Ash­ford and they gave as good as they got for long stretches of the game, but I’m glad we came through with the three points.”

Kate Wooldridge (right) in ac­tion for Amer­sham & Chal­font

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