Doors slammed as Baker finally end unbeaten run

30/4/2011'Tring Athletic "A" versus Kings Sports in blue and red.'Glen Siser scores a penalty for Tring's first goal.
30/4/2011'Tring Athletic "A" versus Kings Sports in blue and red.'Glen Siser scores a penalty for Tring's first goal.

SWR Doors lost their unbeaten league record in the Arlon Printers West Herts League Premier Division as they were beaten for the first time this season.

Martin Baker were the team who took the scalp in a convincing 3-1 victory.

30/4/2011'Tring Athletic "A" versus Kings Sports in blue and red.'James, Butler scores Trings second goal and is congratulated by Jack Sunderland, right.

30/4/2011'Tring Athletic "A" versus Kings Sports in blue and red.'James, Butler scores Trings second goal and is congratulated by Jack Sunderland, right.

Doors’ consolation was scored by Aaron Lewis but manager Bradley Nunn described his side’s performance as the worst he has seen in his three years at the helm.

Tring Athletic A, meanwhile, made light work of beating Kings Sports as they ran out 3-0 winners.

John Taylor, James Butler and Glen Sizer did the damage.

Potten End, however, missed out on a place in the Holloway Trophy as they were beaten 2-0 by Old Shepherd.

The result of the weekend for the Berkhamsted Sunday Football League representatives, meanwhile, was recorded by Comets Sports Club as they triumphed in the Steve Norwood Challenge Cup final.

Ray Wood, Dan Holliman, Luke Sharpley and Nick Jackson did the damage for Comets in a thrilling 4-3 win over AC Hemel.

Curtis Donaldson (2) and Darren Caseman were on target for AC.

Elsewhere, Park Rangers sealed the Division One title in stye with a convincing 4-1 win over Berko Rangers 2005.

A Chris Parperi brace, as well as goals from Eddie Walsh and John Larter, earned the comfortable victory. Jamie Spear bagged Berko’s consolation

Boxmoor also won well as they overcame The Herald 3-1 courtesy of efforts from Harry Alexander, Christian Hough and Neil Edward.

AFC Rovers, meanwhile, were the big winners in Division Two as they thrashed AFC Rovers 5-0.

Five different players found the net for Rovers, with James Heward, Joe Buckingham, James Potton, Gary McKinnon and Tom Hardy all on target.

Landrovers Reserves won 2-0 at Comets Sports Club Reserves thanks to goals from Andy McQuarrie and Richard Wiseman.

In Division Three, FC Intervino and The Queens Head shared a 2-2 draw.

Jamie Green and an own goal did the damage for Intervino, while Paul Nolan and Steve Hewitt found the net for The Queens Head.

KLCC AMS edged a five-goal thriller as Matt Honey, Colin Wilson and Dan Chitty were on target in a 3-2 win over Potten End Sunday.

Only one game took place in Division Four this week, with The Bull Athletic landing the spoils in a 2-1 win over Palace FC.

Ton Kilcoyne and Ciaron Durcan were the goal-scorers for The Bull, while Mark Purcell bagged a consolation for Palace.