A romp for leaders Ham­street

Foot­ball fives

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Football -

HAM­STREET have goal ad­van­tage at the top of the Premier Divi­sion of the Ash­ford and District five-a-side league. The out­fit handed out a 4-0 drub­bing to Char­ing as Joe Spicer hit in­cred­i­ble form to notch four goals. On level points are South­down, who had striker Lee Milton breach­ing the Lo­co­mo­tive goal-line backed up by a won­der goal from keeper Dar­ren Cook to win 2-0. TDL go third af­ter thrash­ing Wye 12-1. Lead­ing the way was Matt Collings with five goals. Also mak­ing an im­pact was Olive Finch and Paul Barham with hat-tricks and the fi­nal ef­fort was put away by skip­per Mark Collins. In Divi­sion 1 Baker Boys rat­tled in six against Al­lied who re­sponded three times for a 6-3 mar­gin. The win set-up by Barry Arnold (3), Scott Did­uca (2) and Ryan Petto puts the side top of the divi­sion. A nap hand win for Churchills ver­sus Spar­tans en­sures sec­ond spot. Net­ting were John Cheese­man (2), Sid Beale, Paul and Tony Mabb. Royal Oak moved off the bot­tom with a 7-1 victory over Pot Blacks. Owen Thomp­son thumped in four goals backed up by a Jur­gon Dh­metaj hat­trick. With Dave Miller net­ting a hat­trick for Chart Lea­con, the side edged to a 3-2 win against Ami­gos. Due to the of­fi­cial open­ing of the new sports cen­tre, fix­tures will be sus­pended on Oc­to­ber 22.

AL­THOUGH The Fat Ox took the lead through Paul Con­sta­ble in the Ten­ter­den Leisure Cen­tre five-a-side, the out­come against Beer United yielded no points. Glen What­man lev­elled the scores and Cul­ley Sayer (2) and a Steve Cox penalty gave Beer Utd the up­per hand. Toby Allen scored a sec­ond for the Fat Ox who went down 4-2. Brazil 70’s ex­cel­lent start to the sea­son con­tin­ued in beat­ing The Part Timers 4-1. Richard Larkin notched only a con­so­la­tion ef­fort for the losers. A topsy-turvy af­fair was played out be­tween The A Team and Keith FC in which five goals was scored. Ben Kerr struck for the A Team which was coun­tered by Shane Sim be­fore half-time. But in the sec­ond pe­riod, Sim and Jack Row­ley net­ted to give a 3-1 ad­van­tage. Al­though Ben Hatcher notched a late goal the side went down 3-2. Hit N Hope’s Nick Bris­tow (2), Scott Shell, Matt Cater and Gary Ash­ton breached the Troggs goal-line to win 5-2. Andy Un­der­down and Dave Collins re­duced the deficit.

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