NENE SUNDAY LEAGUE: Park cruise to League Cup victory

Queens Park were 4-0 winners against Wootton Field Wanderers in the League Cup.

Thursday, 16th March 2017, 2:00 pm
Updated Friday, 24th March 2017, 10:47 am

Fabian Brown, Mark Faulkner, Jonathan Shakespeare and Dean Hall got the goals for the premier league leaders.

Daniel Gray and Peter Walters scored for AC Squirrels in their 2-2 draw with Abington FC.

Abington replied thanks to goals from Ashley Simpson and Jordan Timson.

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Jack Burnes-Sharp, 
Kyle McGuinness and Kyle Norfolk netted for Norteles in their 3-2 victory against AFC Trinity.

Blake Dooley and Daniel Smith responded for Trinity.

Dean Ingram doubled up for Halse United, but they were beaten 3-2 by The Gardeners Arms.

Karl Hoy, Marc Thorp and Matt Roberts were the scorers in Hartwell Forest’s 3-1 win against Bat & Wickets.

In the Alan Dimmer Trophy, Daniel Slinn doubled up, but AFC Obelisk lost JA Global FC 6-2.

Swan & Helmet cruised to a 5-1 win against Abington Stanley FC.

Adam Hughes, Alex Williams, Sean Atkinson, Casey Providence and Ed Stone scored for Swan.

Reiss Mothersille scored a hat-trick as Mill Park made their way to a 4-1 win against Northampton Sapphires.

Scott Liebscher got the other goal for Park.

Reegan Turney was on target three times as Kettering Ise Lodge won 5-3 against White Elephant.

In the David Ferguson Trophy, Josh Harman, Stuart Harman and Anthony Werrell scored as Parklands Phoenix drew 3-3 with Northampton Sovereigns.

Nathan Austin, Alan Lovell and Nick Renda replied for Sovereigns.

Dallington Falcons were 4-1 winners against Spartak Reserves.

Peter Richardson and Liam Waddy both bagged braces as Pitsford Rangers won 4-3 against Jameeah FC.

In the premier league, Welland Valley Panthers picked up their fourth win in 12 league games as they beat Harpole 4-2.

In league one, Anthony Church and Ryan Hillery got the goals for fifth-placed Albany Athletic as they drew 2-2 with fourth-placed Sixfields Rangers.

In league two, Nomads of Barratts bagged a 2-0 win against Oakley Diamonds.

Thomas Bluck and Andrew Munday got the goals for Barratts, who are up to fourth.

Diamonds missed the chance to go top.

League leaders Sixfields Rangers Reserves slipped 
up as they lost to Real Roochers.

Roochers claimed only their third league win of the season thanks to goals from Wesley Lothian and Robert Tootell.

West Haddon and Spring Park played out an entertaining game, eventually drawing 4-4.

Joshua Bradley doubled up for West Haddon, with Jamie Collins and Karl Shingler getting the other goals.

This weekend, premier league leaders Queens Park will bid to claim their 12th win in as many matches when they travel to bottom side AFC Brampton.

Harpole host Welland Valley Panthers in the same division.

In the championship, second-placed AFC Trinity will look to go top of the table by beating third-placed Halse United.