Easter shows he’s a good egg with superb hat-trick
intend any let up in the second half of the season.
Easter said: “It was great to see the boys come out with a strong show of intent. They are all determined to go up and it’s great to have such positivity in the team.”
The men make the short trip to Northwood on Saturday to take on Old Merchant Taylor’s 2s.
Meanwhile, the club’s ladies, who returned from their own winter break last week with a 8-0 thrashing of Oxford University Ladies 2s, were in the mood for more goals as they beat Oxford Hawks Ladies 3s 5-0.
The goals were shared around between Alice Keddy, Cathy Hollies, Freya Courtaux, Lissy Humphris and Kate Wooldridge, with some fine saves at the other end from Emma Cross.
They have now taken second spot outright and are six points ahead of third-placed Sonning Ladies, and the same amount behind leaders Reading Ladies 2s, with a game in hand.
The ladies visit Wycombe Ladies 2s this Saturday.
James Easter scored a treble for Amersham & Chalfont