IT’S 14-1 TO THE BUZZING BAFFINS!
NEW College Swindon turned up late for their game at Baffins Milton Rovers – and ended up on the wrong side of a 14-1 mauling.
Four members of the academy side got stuck on the motorway and the game at the Sydenhams Wesssex Premier side kicked off 15 minutes late – but the Hellenic One West outfit never really got started.
Tommy Leigh led the rout with four goals with Tyler Moret and Jason Parish hitting hat-tricks, Robbie Taw bagged a double and Sedal Seibou and Harry Wedlake scored one goal each, in what was the biggest score of the round by far. Sporting Khalsa surged into a 7-0 lead at Stone Old
Alleynians with three goals from Rico Taylor, two from Lee Chilton and one each from Dan Westwood and Dave Meese. The battered home side pulled back three goals in the last four minutes, from Dan Bolton, Jack Tomlinson and Sam Wilson, the final score being 7-3 to the visitors. Saltash United saw off visitors Axminster Town 6-0 with two goals from Dave Trott, including a penalty, and one each from Richard Maddison, Henry Wilson, Sam Hughes and Dave Barker.
Lordswood also won 6-0, at St Francis Rangers, with doubles for Ricky Gundry and Caine Smith and a goal each for Jack Mahon and Michael Freiter, while
Ashington’s Channon North scored a hat-trick in their 6-2 home win over
Crook Town. Jack Butler, Sam Norris and Ben Richardson also netted.
AFC Uckfield Town saw off visitors Southwick 5-0 with two goals from Callum Smith and one apiece from
Bailo Camara, Regan Smith and Matt Black.
Two goals by Matty Crookes and one each from Jospeph Boachie, Joe Jackson and Connor Smith earned Loughborough University a 5-0 victory at Arnold Town – the same score as Winsford United registered over Worksop Town thanks to a Peter Watling hat-trick, and Sheerwater’s mauling of Chessington & Hook United with Shane Rideout’s brace complemented by goals from Chris Machay, Robbie Wilson and Luke Taylor. Two goals apiece for Dan Bradshaw and Rob Denness and a penalty conversion by Ian Batten helped Sheppey United come from behind to oust Seaford Town 5-3, while Chatham Town beat
Camberley Town 5-1 thanks to two goals from Paul Vines and one each from Taylor McDonagh, Jon Pilbeam and Louis Clarke.
Ollerton Town held visitors Long Eaton United to 1-1 at 90 minutes, but could do little about an extra-time goal onslaught which saw the Midland Premier side win 5-1 with Zak Goodson’s brace and one each from Ashley Grayson, Henry Bestwick and Fabian Smith.
Two goals each from James Rothel and Luke Robinson helped Thackley beat visitors Carlisle City 5-2, while AFC Croydon Athletic came back from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 with Linfield and win 5-2 after extra-time.
Sandbach United won 4-0 at Atherton LR with Ryan Allcock, Kieran GarnerKnapper, William Buckley and James Kirby on target, while Barton Town also won 4-0, against Ashton Town. Litherland REMYCA returned from Bacup Borough with a 4-1 win thanks to goals from Colin Quirk, Jack Murphy, Ashton Clements and Warren Jevons and Walsham-leWillows went down 4-1 at home to Deeping Rangers who scored through Scott Mooney, Luke Andersen, Cameron Johnson and substitute Harry Allcock.
Hosts Wick beat their near namesake Hackney
Wick 4-2 thanks largely to a brace from Jack Cole, while
Little Oakley became giantkillers when they beat visitors Hadleigh United 1-0 with a Greg Rodger goal. Peacehaven & Telscombe beat visitors Shoreham 3-1 with two goals from Marcus Richmond and one from Tyler Scrafton, while FC
Clacton won 3-2 after extratime at Hoddesdon Town thanks to a 95th-minute goal from Matt Eve adding to Jake Plane and Harry McDonald’s earlier strikes.
FIVE STAR: Shane Rideout scores for Sheerwater in their 5-0 win at Chessington & Hook