SUNDAY COMBINATION: Clever Trevor smashes hat-trick to steer Spinney past Stanley

Action from the premier division clash between Midshires and Deers Leap (Pictures: Dave Ikin)

Action from the premier division clash between Midshires and Deers Leap (Pictures: Dave Ikin)

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Trev Sampson hit a hat-trick as Spinney Hill moved into the third round of the NTFA Chronicle & Echo Cup with a 5-1 win at Abington Stanley.

Connor Gittens and Rob Wesdale were also on target.

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The District beat White Elephant 4-3, with Craig Roberts hitting two goals in the game.

In the NFA Sunday Cup, Deers Leap beat Midshire Electrical 3-0 thanks to goals from Beau Bennett, Ashley Eales and Courtney Herbert.

Josh Dawson and Chris Culley both doubled up as Sporting Sapphires won 5-1 at Kettering BTT United. Ben Spick also scored for Sporting.

In the first round of the Parker Cup, Billing United were beaten 3-0 by Thorplands Club 81, for whom Karlos Augustine, Luke Kentish and Marc Dowling delivered.

MDS Gallery were big winners against Brafield, earning an 8-3 victory.

Daniel Oates and Jack Davies were both at the double for Gallery.

In the premier division, Dean Lukeman’s hat-trick helped Standens Barn to beat AFC Kislingbury 5-2.

Nathan Burrows and Damon Herbert also scored, with Ryan Brown bagging a double for Kislingbury.

Dynamo won 3-2 against Royals, for whom Jimmy Lovell and Mick Mitchinson scored.

In division one, Josh Healey scored twice for Northampton Hotspur, with Ryan Leah, Luke Archer and Reece Hill also netting in the 5-2 win against AFC Pioneers.

In division two, Ryan Edmonds scored four and Lee Broome three in Hardingstone Sun’s 12-0 win against Thorplands Club 81 Reserves.

Ben Arundell, Dane Salmon, Daniel Tapp and Denham Salmon also scored.

Luke Berkshire and Danny McAtern both bagged doubles but Eastern Eagles were beaten 5-4 by Royals Reserves.

Travis Perkins beat Naseby FC 6-4, with Ben Litchwood, Jon Bailham, James Moody and an own goal making up the Naseby tally.