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Seven without reply extends cup run

  • 30/11/16
  • By Tony Spencer
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Basingstoke & District Sunday League Match Reports from Sunday 27th November, By Tony Spencer.

Chineham Reserves eased into the fourth round of the Hampshire Sunday Junior B Cup, with a resounding 7-0 over Bournemouth side Coastal United. Joe West, Tyler Andrews, Joe Marsh, Lee Sappleton with two goals, David Williamson and Ashley Russell scored for Chineham Reserves, in their third clean sheet of the season.

Tron visited Broughton in the Basingstoke Kelvin Cup, with Dave Parry opening the score with a free kick on ten minutes Tim Gooding and Mike Morey set up Harry Cook to tap in Tron's second, and found themselves 1-2 up at the interval. George Paphiti fired in the third goal from Parry's free kick and Parry shot home the fourth to complete his brace. Danny Smith almost got a fifth goal, beating three players with a mazy run, but denied the cigar by a fingertip save. Final score 1-4, Tron's eighth consecutive win.

Husaria played Tidworth Town, who were unbeaten in their last five games, and enjoyed a good competitive game which remained goalless at the interval. Tidworth Town came storming out in the second half and were soon 0-2 up, but Husaria fought back to 2-2 with strikes from Pawel Derbot and Marcin Momot, before four minutes from the end when Tidworth snatched victory, 2-3.

Republic of Chineham lost 1-5 to visitors Nether Wallop.

Soldiers Return travelled to SParTEN in the Andover league and had an early fright when the home side hit the bar, but a long throw culminated in a header by Alex Izzo that a defender had to handball on the line. The defender took no further part and Fred Cloke made certain of the penalty 0-1. On 25 minutes Joe Hill scored the first goal of his hat-trick, set up by Ellis Hauman, which remained the score at the interval. Alex Izzo added to the scored in the second half, Hill added two more and Soldiers chalked up their third win on the trot and first clean sheet of the season.

North Warnborough and Bramley United Bernard Cornish Cup clash started out competitive, with chances at both ends, until all emotions overspilled in the Bramley goalmouth, which resulted in both sides being reduced to nine men. Referee Bob Scotford came in for managerial praise as he did a brilliant job of resolving the incident. Bradley got their reshuffled organised first and took the lead, Tom Jourdan equalised for the home side. Then the visitors took control of the match from the back, winning 1-5 and inflicting a third consecutive home defeat on North Warnborough. For Bramley United, this was their sixth straight win and fifth consecutive away victory.

UWS enjoyed a comfortable 4-0 win over AFC Soldiers in their tie. Chris Bayly opened the scoring after getting on a downward header by Lee Head, followed up by further goals from Nathan Glasgow and James Tarrant by half-time. James Tarrant completed his brace later in the game, giving UWS a run of six home games without defeat, their fifth clean sheet in a row.

Laith Aldoori scored the only goal of the game for Oakley Club de Futbol Albion fierce just five minutes, setting up their first Division 1 win of the season. Affini Technology's inability to reply led to their first league defeat.

The Division 3 match between Camrose Social and Team FC ended in a high scoring game, 6-5 to the home side, winning with a penalty in the last five minutes. Matthew Foreman and Chris Waller both scored hat-tricks for Camrose Social, Michael Thomas with another hat-trick, Mitchell Taylor, and Connor McKenzie netting for Team FC.

Chineham Athletic were always behind to RAF Odiham Blades, 0-2 to begin with. Athletic pulled a goal back to 1-2, fell two behind again 1-3, but reduced the deficit to 2-3 by the break. Michael Shillingford equaliased from the halfway line to finish 3-3.

Thanks to Max Eldridge and Aaron Morris braces, with a single from Luke Manton, DG Athletic beat Overton United 5-3, to set up their first win of the season and ending their visitors run of three wins.