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Olympian League review
Woodside overcame Reed Rangers 6-2 to keep a six-point lead at the top of the table.
The victors started well and took the lead after only six minutes through Steve Dettmer and on 20 minutes Dan Campbell doubled the advantage. Joe Dettmer added a third with a fine finish three minutes later before Reed pulled one back with a deflected shot from Lucas Gibbons.
Callum Hailey netted Woodside's fourth 20 minutes after the break before Dom David added a fifth soon after. Reed pulled another goal back through Dean Hammill before Hailey completed the scoring with five minutes to go.
Headstone Athletic did what was required with an 8-0 win over Old Danes Athletic to keep the pressure on the table toppers.
Yan Price scored an early brace followed by a fine solo goal from Jody MacDonald.
In the second half, a further five goals followed from Tom O’Malley, Chris Gough, a quick-fire double from Dan Page and a goal straight from a corner kick by Eric Shields.
Cassiobury Rangers defeated Colne Valley 4-2.
Joe Mortimer headed Rangers ahead before Dan Dyson equalised. Jack Henley restored Cassiobury's lead with a back heel and then Brima Johnson added a third.
Valley pulled a goal back from Tom Seamons before the in-form Johnson completed the scoring following a run from the half-way line.
Tudor Arms had an easy 6-1 win over Kings Langley.
Jack Robertson struck a hat-trick for Arms, supported by singles from his brother Dan, Ben Collins and Lee Taylor. Langley's consolation came late on.
Watford Labour gained a vital three points in the battle of the bottom two at the start of play with a 5-3 win over WD Athletic.
Labour came back from 3-0 down after 40 minutes thanks to goals from a hat-trick by John Barker, supported by Pat Slavin and Mark Hofman.
It looks like it’s going to take a lot to stop Amici from taking the first division crown after beating Headstone Lions 4-0 in the dress rehearsal for next months Chairman’s Cup Final.
John Noyes, Scott Reid, Mitch Weiss and Pedro Margariou sealed the win.
A Shane Flynn hat-trick ensured Oxhey Park now have a nine-point lead at the summit after a 3-0 away win over second-bottom Roundbush.
Brookside are still hanging on in the title race and they moved within three points of second-placed Evergreen Olympians after 2-0 victory over Colne Valley Reserves. Jordan Cocomazzi scored both goals.
Ebury Olympians ended a poor run of form with a 4-0 win over bottom-placed Bushey Olympians, Jeremy Comber and James Graham both netting doubles.