A romp for leaders Hamstreet
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.