NENE SUNDAY LEAGUE: Mothersille and Pancoust steer Park into county cup semi-finals
Mill Park booked their place in the last four of the NFA Sunday Shield with a 2-0 win against Nomads of Barratts.
On target were Reiss Mothersille and Ashley Pancoust.
Spring Park are out after losing 3-1 to holders Middleton Cheney, their consolation scored by Sam Ruppal, while Sovereigns lost an 11-goal thriller 6-5 to Northampton Dons. Nick Renda’s hat-trick and singles from Adam Jackson and Dean McCaffery were not enough.
In the NTFA Chronicle & Echo Cup, Hartwell Forest are in the last eight after a 4-0 win at Royals Reserves which was secured by goals from Adam Wade, Michael Winch and Joe Sames (2).
Dallington Falcons also progressed as they beat Albany Athletic 5-2. Ben Eldred put Albany in front but the Falcons responded with goals from Richard Novak, Alex Mbayo, Teddy Harvey, Jason Lowe and Aaron Higgs before a second Albany consolation from Jason Locke.
In another all NSL tie, Pitsford Rangers beat Oakley Diamonds 3-2 thanks to strikes from Liam Dodd, Chris Andrews and Liam Waddy. Tomas Clark and Marc Hall had seen Diamonds 2-1 ahead at the break.
In the Premier League. leaders Queens Park maintained their 100 per cent record in the league with a 3-1 win over second-placed Norteles.
Park’s scorers were Lee McConnell and Mark Faulkner (2), with Seb Thompson replying.
Denton are up to fourth after their 2-0 win against Welland Valley Panthers. James Lewis put Denton into the lead and Callum Snooks sealed it.
Juventus Tigers and AC Squirrels faced each other at Dallington Park and it was the home side Tigers who took maximum points with a 4-2 win thanks to a hat-trick from Vadim Smundeak and another goal from Radu Groza. Dan Gray and Jamie Ellis were on target for the visitors.
In the Championship, AFC Trinity’s hold at the top of the table shows no sign of stopping following another victory.
Doubles from Daniel Smith and Joe McKenzie along with singles from Danny McWilliams, Jordan Kirton and Dean Wilkinson gave them a 7-4 win over Grendon Sapphires, who replied through strikes from Lucian Stefuriac and Curtis Sutton along with two from Shaun Melville.
Abington FC are keeping pace with the leaders after they beat Spartak FC 7-0.
Calvin Budd led the way with another hat-trick, Shane Bouher scored twice with Sam Lapite also netting and an own goal completed the scoring.
Wootton Field Wanderers have moved up to fourth place in the table after a 2-1 home win against struggling Kettering Ise Lodge.
Jack Wright gave the Wootton side the lead during the first half and after the break Graham Shiell added another to put the Wanderers two goals up before Reegan Turney found the net for the visitors.
Goals from Lee Coles, Aaron Frisby and Aaron Shepherd have moved Bat & Wickets up a couple of places in the table following a 3-2 win against AFC Obelisk. Ashley Fox and David Gillanders netted the Obelisk goals.
Sixfields Rangers have moved up to third in League One after a high scoring draw with Bat & Wickets Reserves. Alex
Rayner and Iain Parker put Sixfields 2-0 up, but then Matt Brown hit a hat-trick for the Bat & Wickets side to put them 3-2 ahead, only for Mark Wilcox to net for Sixfields and make it 3-3.
Spartak Reserves made it four wins in a row in the league after a 2-1 victory at Jameeah FC.
Goals from Aaron Crampton and Harry Mundy secured the points for Spartak with Samuel Kouda scoring for the home team.
Another match to finish in a 3-3 draw was the game between Swan & Helmet and Ashby Athletic.
Graham Letts, Mickey Clarke, and Tom Jullings were all on target for Ashby Athletic with the Swan & Helmet goals coming from Adam Hughes, Adrian Fallon and Jordan Okoye.
Sixfields Rangers Reserves stay top of League Two despite a 4-0 loss to JA Global.
Jack Whiting struck twice with Craig Ball and Scott Ramsay also scoring to give the Global side an excellent victory on the road.
Abington Stanley recorded their best result of the season as they beat West Haddon Albion 7-1.
A hat-trick from Tomasz Swiergul, a double by Alexis Castillo-Soto and singles from Wayne Sidney and Richard Corless gave Stanley maximum points.
Curtis Lindemann scored Haddon’s consolation.
In the match between the two bottom teams, White Elephant recorded their first win of the season with a 2-1 victory at Real Roochers.
Dan Haubenshmid and Ben Kanyama were on target for the Elephant, with Nathan Perry scoring for the Roochers.