Ram­pant Oak­wood send Faith tum­bling

The Jewish Chronicle - - SPORT - BYDANNYCARO

FOOT­BALL RIC Blank in­sists Oak­wood A will not get car­ried away with them­selves fol­low­ing the 4-1 de­mo­li­tion of Faith­fold A.

Guy Hel­man, Josh Rose, Brad Wine and An­thony Kintish fired the Oaks to their third win in four league games to boost their MGBSFL Pre­mier Divi­sion as­pi­ra­tions.

“We were fan­tas­tic again,” said Oak­wood joint-man­ager Ric Blank. “Once we set­tled there was no stop­ping us.”

“We moved the ball from back to front ir­re­sistibly. I’m re­ally happy with how we are play­ing. Tougher tests await, we know that, but we just need to keep go­ing and not get car­ried away with our­selves.”

Will Cas­tle sin­gled out cap­tain Rob Her­shkorn af­ter a deadly dou­ble lifted Cam­den Park to the top of the MGBSFL Pre­mier Divi­sion.

Her­shkorn moved on to eight goals for the sea­son in a 2-0 suc­cess over FC Team A.

“It was an­other great per­for­mance to make it four wins from four,” said Cas­tle. “It was a fan­tas­tic bat­tle but there’s no stop­ping Rob at the mo­ment.

“I can’t fault my skip­per. He sets an ex­am­ple and leads from the front. This was our first real test since we were thrashed by Hen­don and we passed with fly­ing colours.”

James Ger­sh­field, Dan Green and Adam Arnold fired braces as Har­men reg­is­tered their big­gest win of the sea­son with an 8-1 maul­ing of Bliz­zard Storm.

Re­flect­ing on a game in which Sam Cas­tle and El­liott Stern com­pleted the

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