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Olympian League review
Herts Sunday Senior Cup Round Two
Tudor Arms, who reached the last 16 of last season’s competition, pulled off a remarkable comeback as they came from 4-2 down with just ten minutes remaining to beat Bishop Stortford-based The Association 5-4.
It was end-to-end from the start, with the visitors going ahead after eight minutes before Dan Robertson equalised. The Association hit back again, taking a 3-1 lead before James Roope pulled a goal back just before the break.
The score remained that way until ten minutes from time when The Association scored a fourth and what everyone thought was the winning goal, but it only served to inspire their opponents.
With just three minutes remaining, Jack Robertson slotted home and then with the game entering the final minute Gary Warn levelled and looked to have taken the tie into extra-time.
But the game had one more twist when Jack Robertson fired home the winner deep into added on time to complete the remarkable turnaround.
Last season's quarter-finalists, Headstone Athletic, had a 2-0 win over fellow Olympian League side Reed Rangers, both goals coming in the second half from Harry Healey and Shiva Kurup.
Colne Valley finally got their first three points of the season with a 3-0 win over Kings Langley.
Luke Clark put Valley one up after 15 minutes and Andy Burton's cool finish seven minutes before half-time made it 2-0.
Paul Saunders netted the third 20 minutes into the second half to complete the scoring.
Woodside edged out Cassiobury Rangers by the odd goal in three.
A fluke own goal and a strike from former Cassiobury player Drew Snailham gave Woodside a 2-0 lead at the break.
Rangers pulled a goal back from the penalty spot in the second half through Jake Mortimer.
Aquis and Headstone Lions shared eight goals in a 4-4 draw.
Murray Duff gave Aquis the lead before Headstone struck three times either side of half-time through Joe Manfredini.
The game then turned again, Ralph Murdock scoring either side of an equaliser from Duff to give Aquis the advantage. But they could not hold on to the lead and with a minute left Ben Hammill equalised.
FC Aps are the new leaders of the division after a 5-3 win over Watford Labour Club.
Jamie Beaumont and Aaron Morley both scored braces, with the other goal coming from Tom Hathaway. Stuart White netted a hat-trick for Labour.
Joe Perrin, two-goal Ryan Walsh and Richard McCrossan enabled Pavilion Rangers to beat Inter 4-1. Garry Heavey netted the consolation.
Oxhey Park are now top of the table after they defeated Bushey Olympians 8-0.
Shane Flynn scored five, with Ben Flynn, Michael Lambert and Tom Williams scoring the others.
Evergreen Olympians beat the leaders at the start of the morning, Brookside, 5-1.
Martin Tebbs struck twice, with the others coming from Jack Garratt, Danny Jones and Darren Brady. An own goal accounted for Brookside's sole reply.
Bovingdon edged out Ebury Olympians 3-2 in a close affair.
William Keedy put Ebury ahead early on but Bovingdon netted twice just before half-time through Harry Woods and Lewis Rae.
Woods scored his team's third and his second of the match before Matt Howlett pulled a goal back. But despite heavy Ebury pressure, they were unable to force an equaliser.
Colne Valley Reserves defeated Cassiobury Revolution 3-1.
Andy Bisley, Rob Day and Tom Shand scored the home side's goals, with the response coming through an own goal.
Middlesex Sunday Junior Trophy
An Aziz Yousoof brace and a Josh Noyles goal were not enough to prevent Amici from going out of the competition following a 5-3 defeat to Highgate Albion.