Boars Charge on in the cup

30/10/11'Boxmoor vs. Flaunden. Kevin Cotton with the ball and Shaun Williams close behind.
30/10/11'Boxmoor vs. Flaunden. Kevin Cotton with the ball and Shaun Williams close behind.


RICKY Charge bagged a brace as AFC Boars booked their place in the third round of the Herts Sunday Senior Cup.

Curtis Donaldson and Jamie Hall completed the scoring in a 4-0 win, while goalkeeper Adam Cullinane preserved his clean sheet with a penalty save.

Berko Tornadoes also made it through as they breezed past Hogs Blacksmiths 4-0. Ricky Shepherd (3) and Adam Hall did the damage.

Comets progressed by the same scoreline against Cheshunt Corinthians thanks to goals from Luke Sharpley, Jack Wood, Joel Williams and Dan Hartley.

Another side to make it through were Park Rangers who sunk Offley Moat. Lee Franklin, Chris Parperi and Kev Eaton (2) earned a 4-2 victory.

AC Hemel and Hemel Town Celtic, however, were both hit for six in their respective ties. AC were beaten 6-1 by FC Rangers – despite a Michael Sweeney effort – while Celtic lost 6-0 to Oakview.

In the Herts Sunday Intermediate Cup second round, a Jamie France hat-trick earned a 3-2 win for Drays Athletic over Watford Irish.

Echoes picked up a good win in the BSFL League Intermediate Cup as they beat Run DFC 4-0 to progress to the third round. Paul Joyce (2), Robert Mooney and Darren Wardle got the goals.

KLCC also went through, thanks to a 6-4 win at Steamcoach. Martin Absolom (2), Matt Honey, Colin Wilson, Liam Shutes and Sam Toms were on target for KLCC.

Inter Hemel Sunday saw off The Bull Athletic after extra time as doubles from Ryan Smith and Sam Hailey earned a 4-2 win.

Hemel Corinthians also left it late to beat The Three Blackbirds, with Rupert Dann, Craig Sharples and Jason Lawes securing a 3-1 extra-time victory.

FC Intervino had Chris Appleyard (2) and Michael Gray to thank for a 3-1 win at Tring Royals, while AC Grapes beat Park Rangers Reserves 2-1 with goals from Brian Green and Drew Duggan.

In the league, Premier Division side Boxmoor edged past Flaunden 2-1 thanks to efforts from Christian Hough and Simon Hunt.

Division One side AFC Rovers thrashed Landrovers 7-0 courtesy of Ben Butler (3), James Heward, Lawrence Kain, Danny Tompkins and an own goal.

The Robin Hood had Dan To, Che To, Todd Fraser, Lewis Taylor and Jamie Pond (2) to thank for a 6-2 win over Sportspace, while VFC beat Berko Raiders 3-1. James Bundey (2) and Jordan Fredrik got the goals.

Warners End and Greenacres II drew 3-3 and The Old Grey Mare and The Midland shared the same scoreline.

Ned Ozkasim, Tommy Venner and Lee Picknell netted for Warners End, Mark Tankard, Mark Crampton and Michael Maloney were on target for Greenacres, Anthony Beddall (2) and Thomas Walsh scored for Old Grey Mare, and Dave Wilson, Rocco Cordara and Barry Sansom struck for The Midland.

In Division Two, goals from Paul Nolan, Brad Tyson, Steve Hewitt and Duncan Allan secured a 4-2 win for The Queen’s Head at Tornadoes Reserves, while Division Three’s Potten End Sunday and AMG United drew 2-1.

Lee Owens and Jon Keen got the goals for Potten End, with Sean Workman (2) replying for AMG.

There was a 15-goal thriller in Division Four as five goals from Mark Manangan helped Green Park Rovers to an 8-7 win at Corinthians Reserves. Kenny Harrington (2) and Wayne Bennett were also on target for Rovers.

Boxmoor Rangers beat Apsley Athletic 3-0 thanks to goals from Tom Childs (2) and Myer Fuller, while Dan Green, Alex Kinsley, Dave Thomas and Wayne Chatfield earned a 4-1 win for The Three Tuns over Palace FC.

The Kings Arms drew 1-1 with The Old Bell Gate, and The Olde Red Lion and Big GC FC shared the same scoreline.