Ald­ing­ton cruise past knock­out op­po­si­tion

Sun­day foot­ball

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Classified -

ALD­ING­TON saw off fourth divi­sion Ruckinge United 11-0, Stu­art Daniel lead­ing the way with five goals, Martin Breen and Aaron Slann with two each and one each from Braett Mon­crieff and Mark Hazel.

Bethers­den, 8-0 up at half time against Grasshop­pers, cruised to a 10-2 win, Dave Law with four, Matt Gold­smith with a cou­ple and one each from Mark Rook, Tim, Shane Sims and Sean Halls, Matt Har­ris and Stu­art Cham­ber­lain for the Marsh­men.

De­spite a Ricky De­laney hat­trick Red Hea­thens, who went down to 10 men due to in­jury, were beaten 12-3 by Bliby, who had Paul Burt on tar­get with five, Danny Daw­son with a hat­trick, Joey Valler with two, and one each for Richard Boor­man, James Bartholomew.

Mar­ket Ho­tel also go through putting out fel­low Premier Divi­sion side Ash­ford Cava­liers 4-0, Dan Cor­nell with a hat-trick and an OG.

Ken­ning­ton put out Galac­ti­cos 5-3, Steve Ward with four and one for Gary Martin, Steve Rice with a brace and one from Andy Neal re­ply­ing for Galac­ti­cos.

Ham­street had to pull out all the stops against Ash­ford Spar­tans be­fore winning 4-2, with the game evenly bal­anced at 2-2 un­til two late goals put Street through; Ben Hearn­den with both Spar­tans goals, Alas­tair Richie and Shay McGui­ness with two each for Ham­street.

Mer­sham got the bet­ter of Troggs, Rob­bie Clark scor­ing the only goal of the game.

High­field had to come from be­hind to beat Ap­ple­dore 2-1, Tyler Clark­son put Dors ahead only for goals from Jonty Wern­ter and Dan Tay­lor to send High­field through.

Per­haps the shock of the round saw fourth divi­sion Prince Al­bert put out Bur­ton Grove 4-3 from a divi­sion above, Gary Kerry with a brace and one each from Terry Cairmy and Dave Billett for Al­bert, Si­mon Ed­wards, Lee Crumbe and Dave Woods for Grove.

Ash­ford Vic­to­ria also put out higher league op­po­si­tion, The Al­bion 5-1, Dar­ryl Ge­orge with a hat-trick, and one each from Adam Ge­orge and Wayne Cleave, Ja­son Owen for the pub side. Wye Monar­chs found EssEm­bee too strong for them, go­ing down 5-0.

Churchill Roy­als proved to be too strong for The Cru­sader, winning 5-2, goals from Gary Pen­fold with two and one each for John Bai­ley, Iain Fel­lows and Chris Shan­ney, Jack Bun­dock and Liam Covey on tar­get for The Cru­sader. The Lo­co­mo­tive Inn just got the bet­ter of Ash­ford Ea­gles, winning 3-2, Kelvin Ban­field with two and an OG for Loco, Mark Aglony and Jake Cot­ton for Ea­gles.

Kent Sun­day Ju­nior Tro­phy

Brew­mas­ter Re­serves had no trou­ble against Ton­bridge Hor­nets, winning 8-1, goals from Danny Trapp with a hat-trick, a brace each from Si­mon Bourne and Aaron Coul­son and one from Jim Twycross.

Divi­sion One

Ash­ford Dy­namo went down 4-2 at home to Bocca, Tony and Dave Mabb for Dy­namo, Terry Kelly with a hat-trick, and one from Ge­off Ross for Bocca.

Fox Sun­day picked up their first point af­ter hold­ing Mar­ket Ho­tel Re­serves to a 1-1 draw, Pete Glad­win put Fox ahead in the first half with a header from a cor­ner, Matt Mor­gan lev­elled things up mid­way through the sec­ond half.

Divi­sion Three

Sha­dox­hurst con­tinue to go well, winning 7-2 at home to William Har­vey Inn, Sean Gibbs with a cou­ple and one each from John Gibbs, James Mat­tewes, Kurt Howard, Stu­art Prior and an OG, Alan Ster­ling with both goals for the pub side.

Ald­ing­ton Re­serves just got the bet­ter of Gi­vau­dan, winning 2-1, goals from Chris Link­ins and Si­mon McCombe, Dan Porter for the works side.

Divi­sion Four

Brabourne chalked up their first win of the sea­son with a 4-3 win over High­field Re­serves,

Rob Tan­ner led the way with a hat-trick and a sin­gle strike from Scott Bur­den, High­field’s goals com­ing from Jessie Lee with a cou­ple and one from Mark Hilden.

Ash­ford Cava­liers Re­serves con­tinue to go well with a 6-3 win away to Char­ing Re­serves Stu­art Reaks and Doug Rob­son on tar­get with two each, and one apiece from Chris Clark and Michael Cook, Char­ing’s goals com­ing from John Marchant with a brace and Chris Bur­rows.

Bocca Ju­niors’ Sun­day League foot­ball team spon­sored by Sin­gle­ton Barn

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