Aldington cruise past knockout opposition
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.
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.
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.
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