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Salisbury & District League roundup - September 29/30
6:07pm Wednesday 3rd October 2012 in Headlines
BOSCOMBE Down Rec Club followed up their 12-0 victory over West Harnham reserves, demolishing Enford 18-0 in Saturday Division One.
Forward Charlie Croker marked an incredible display by scoring a club record eight goals - four in each half. His strike partner Harry Gale banged in a hat trick for the second successive game.
Martin Luke, Robbie Homebury, Danny Goodall, James Dickie, and Kev Preece all helped themselves to a goal each and Alex Deacon scored twice.
Nomansland also racked up a hefty score, winning 9-0 at West Harnham reserves. Lloyd Hutchinson's lovely finish inside 20 seconds was the only goal of the first half though.
Dan Browning's half-time introduction bore instant fruit as he set up Dan Hayward with his first touch. Hayward went on the rampage with a five-minute hat trick, and finished up with five. Lloyd Jolliffe and Lee Ricketts netted, and Hutchinson got a second.
There were goals all over Division One, Deacon Alms reserves beating Durrington WMC 5-3. They went in front through an early own goal and Rich Daley added two fine finishes. Tom Symes' free kick meant they led 4-1 at half time.
Durrington fought back to 4-3, but man-of-the-match Daley rounded the goalkeeper to complete his hat trick in the last minute.
Deacons' first team also took part in a thriller, drawing 4-4 with Alderbury. They were 3-1 up at half time thanks to Andy Evans and two powerful Mike Rynne headers.
They fell 4-3 behind within ten second half minutes but Adam Phillips' late header evened the game up.
Also in the Premier Division, South Newton & Wishford won 3-1 at Tisbury United. They started well and Rich Tutton's fierce drive put them ahead midway through the first half, but Tisbury landed a sucker punch on the stroke of half time.
Newton were not to be denied and Tutton's fantastic header and Dan Brain's vicious free kick ensured they took the points.
Saturday, September 29
Salisbury & District League (sponsored by the Salisbury Journal) – Premier Division: Deacon Alms 4 Alderbury 4; Durrington Dynamos 1 Wanderers 3; Figheldean Rangers 0 Stockton & Codford 0; Halfway House 3 Porton Sports 0; Tisbury United 1 South Newton & Wishford 3. Division One: Boscombe Down Rec Club 18 Enford 0; Deacon Alms Res 5 Durrington WMC 3; Devizes Inn 3 Winterslow 2; Halfway House Res 3 Value Cars 2; Stockton & Codford Res 6 Chalke Valley 2; West Harnham Res 0 Nomansland & Landford 9.
Sunday, September 30
Salisbury & District League (sponsored by the Salisbury Journal) – Division One: AFC Amesbury Athletic 3 FC Bulford 1; Chilworth Manor Sports 5 Alderbury 4; Harlequins SC 3 West Tytherley 1; Old Ale House 1 Amesbury Town 1; Railway 4 St Pauls Club 1. Division Two: Barford Hornets 0 Red Lion (Chisenbury) 2; Cedars Bar 1 Railway Res 1; Figheldean Rangers 3 RWJ Castle 4.
Saturday, October 6
Salisbury & District League (sponsored by the Salisbury Journal) (league games 2.30pm, cup games 2pm) – Premier Division: Deacon Alms v Whiteparish; Porton Sports v Tisbury United. Division One: Chalke Valley v Value Cars; West Harnham Res v Halfway House Res. Morrison Cup (Preliminary Round): Winterslow v Stockton & Codford. (1st Round): Boscombe Down Rec Club v West Harnham; Durrington WMC v Durrington Dynamos; Halfway House v Enford; Nomansland & Landford v Figheldean Rangers; South Newton & Wishford v Devizes Inn. Heseltine Cup (1st Round): Deacon Alms Res v Stockton & Codford Res.
Sunday, October 7
Salisbury & District League (sponsored by the Salisbury Journal) (11am) – Division One: AFC Amesbury Athletic v St Pauls Club; FC Bulford v Chilworth Manor Sports; West Tytherley v Old Ale House. Division One: Barford Hornets v St Pauls Club Res; Red Lion (Chisenbury) v Royal George; Wilton Club v Railway Res. Pete Fardell Cup (1st Round): Harlequins SC v Alderbury. South Wilts Charity C Cup (1st Round): Cedars Bar v Figheldean Rangers; Laverstock & Ford v New Sarum.