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FOOTBALL: Goals galore in Keyline Sunday league
10:52am Tuesday 9th October 2012 in Sport
EIGHT games, 62 goals and some big shocks, that was the end product of an exhilarating day in the Gardner Cup.
Carhampton produced the biggest upset as they put out first division Bathpool 5-1 in one of seven second round matches. Last year’s Sunday league champions are struggling to raise a team at the moment and Carhampton took full advantage.
Damion Redman hit all five for the second division outfit – and missed a penalty.
In an outstanding first round tie the new-look third division Hamilton reserves also knocked out first division opponents, beating Watchet 5-1 away.
Goals coming from Jacek Czevwinski (2), Artur Jacaszek, Marlin Pancerz and Lukasz Kleban while Tommy Maddock scored for Watchet.
Back to the second round and Staplegrove Sports turned the form guide on its head as they put out strongly fancied Wyvern PQR.
Wyvern coasted into a 3-0 lead but then had their left back sent off. This was the only encouragement Sports needed and they turned the game round in fine style.
Darren Rice scored two and there was one each from Jack Porter, Nick Woon and Dave Andrews. Joe Wilkinson hit two for Wyvern while Luke DeSave and Joe Matthews were also on target.
Ash were pushed all the way by third division side Northern Lions who were helped by two goals from Carl O’Keefe and one from Wayne Walters.
Ash had to dig deep and two Scott Chidgey goals together with one each from Terry Mckiernan and Lee Hellier saw them over the line with a 4-3 win.
Tone Youth overcame a stubborn Trinity Rangers 6-1. With the score 1-1 at half time, Matt Blees early second half strike got Tone flying and they ended up comfortable winners. Ryan Hocking, Paul Stimpson, Simon Dennehey and Tom Brown also scored.
Hamilton eased past Wellington Warriors 7-1 with goals from Martyn Hawkins (3), Luke Perry (2), Joe Osborne and Andy Thompson.
Lewis Burgess and Jamie Short both scored twice as Cotford Saints won 4-1 at Churchinford.
Only one game went into extra time and an amazing game it was. DB United scored six times at home and still lost as PCUK scored eight. DB’s scorers were Stu Kennard (2), Jamie Brockhurst, Johnie Richardson, Adam Reed and Luke Fox.
In Division One Old Inn were in great form as they won 6-0 at North Curry. Mark Wooliscroft led the way with two while Mike Kearley, Gary Shier and Paul Shier also scored.
Black Rileys went second in the table after a narrow 3-2 win over The Grove. Gary Mckiernan, James Conway and a first-ever goal for Adam Dunn provided Rileys goals with Scott Holland and Simon Davies replying for The Grove.
Two games two draws in Division Two. Blue Park Rangers (Wayne Wood) and Ash Reserves (Tom Wadham) scored a goal each.
Duncan Lane and Steve Cottey scored for Princess Royal in a 2-2 draw with Spaxton.
Division Three saw AFC Dunster beat Williton 4-0 thanks Zac Ryder (3) and Ryan Hawkings.