South­down open with a per­fect 10

Fives foot­ball

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Classified -

THERE were no shocks in round one of the Ash­ford and District five-a-side Cham­pi­ons League.

In Group B, high-fliers South­down net­ted 10 goals against Ald­ing­ton led by a five-goal salvo by Emile Lan­caster. Lee Milton net­ted a tre­ble and skip­per Paul Ros­siter notched a brace.

TDL grabbed max­i­mum points in beat­ing Royal Oak 3-1 with Matt Collins (2) and Paul Barham on the mark.

Group C saw Chart Lea­con’s Mick McPhee score the only goal to over­come Ami­gos.

Ham­street had no trou­ble in get­ting the bet­ter of Al­lied 4-0 in Group A.

Wraight Boys put league form be­hind them to gain a 6-1 victory over Wye in Group D. Dan Cor­nell (3), Rob Green­field (2) and Mick Thomas net­ting.

Baker Boys had the up­per hand against Spar­tans to win 5-3. Scott Dud­uca and Barry Ar­nald scor­ing a brace apiece with Brian Petto also on the mark.

A hat-trick by Geof Stron­bow led the way for Libyans to beat Char­ing 5-0 in Group E. Also on tar­get were Steve Ward and Carl Spencer.

Ath­letico were also high scor­ers in beat­ing Churchills 5-1.

THE NEW sea­son in the Ten­ter­den Leisure Cen­tre five- a-side Foot­ball League be­gan last week.

There was a clas­sic en­counter in Divi­sion 1 be­tween The Fat Ox and run­ners-up in the sum­mer league the Star.

A Peter Sikora brace put the The Fat Ox in the driv­ing seat. But Dar­ren Wills pulled a goal back be­fore Paul Con­sta­ble (2) and Toby Allen in­creased the deficit to 5-1.

A two-goal salvo by golden boot player Kelvin Stol­wor­thy and Jimmy Adams with the added bonus of an own goal by Gary Ash­ton lev­elled mat­ters at 5-5.

The points were se­cured by Ash­ton, who net­ted in the right goal for the The Fat Ox.

Will Grey found the net early as the Part Timers led against Bethers­den. Dan Howe lev­elled up be­fore Mark Rook (2), Matt Gold­smith and Matt Honeysett es­tab­lished a 5-1 lead. Richard Larkin notched a sec­ond for the Part Timers.

Hit N Hope started the cam­paign well ver­sus sum­mer cham­pi­ons Happy Daze. The out­fit gained a 4-2 victory as Scott Shell and Gary Ash­ton’s two goals eclipsed replies from Dave Law and Bill Page.

Pork­ers lifted three points as Toby Allen and Matt Everitt struck against Troggs FC. Andy Un­der­down net­ted a con­so­la­tion in the 2-1 de­feat.

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