Street romp to victory
HAMSTREET were in sparkling form in the Ashford and District five-a-side Lleague last week.
The Premier Division leaders have a three point cushion after inflicting a 5-0 defeat on Wye. Terry King was outstanding, netting a hat-trick, backed up by a Joe Spicer brace.
Not to be outdone, Locomotive scored five goals as Libyans succumbed to a hattrick by Lee Robinson and two strikes from back-to-form Stew Danials.
Shock of the night saw high-riding Southdown suffer a set-back as lowly Wraight Boys won 4-2. The points wrapped up through Dan Cornwall (3) and Rob Greenfield.
It took a Danny Taylor strike in the final moments for Athletico to overcome TDL 1-0, who had a player sent off.
Aldington moved off the bottom of the table with a 3-0 defeat of Charing. On the mark were Stewart Head with a brace and Alex Williams.
The clash at the top of Division 1 saw Churchills get the better of Baker Boys 2-1. It took two great goals by John Cheeseman to cancel out a strike by Ryan Petto.
Norfolk Line (third) were held to a 2-2 draw by Allied and Royal Oak climbed to fourth spot with a 3-1 victory over Chart Leacon.
BEER United took part in two matches last week in Division 1 of the Tenterden Leisure Centre five-a-side league.
Steve Cox put Beer United in the lead only for Tim Twycross to level matters. Andy Churcher added a second but the fixture ended in a 2-2 draw as Michael Brewer notched the final goal for Beer United.
Earlier in the evening Matt Goldsmith opened the scoring for Bethersden against Beer United. The goal proved only a consolation as Cox (2), Glen Whatman, Brewer and Culley Sayer lifted the points for a topof-the-table position.
The Part Timers had no answers against The Star, who had Darren Wills scoring a hat-trick in the first half and likewise Kelvin Stolworthy’s treble wrapped up a 6-0 victory.
Hit N Hope maintained a 100 per cent record in Division 2. Double strikes from Scott Shell and Nick Bristow plus a Matt Cater effort beat Keith FC 5-3. Oliver Sayer, Tim Sims and Joe Duke scored to reduced the deficit.