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West Herts Men cruise to the top of East Premier A with an emphatic 8-4 win at Ramgarhia
9:00am Friday 18th October 2013 in Sport
West Herts Men cruised to the top of East Premier A with an emphatic 8-4 win at Ramgarhia.
The scoreline flattered the hosts who were down 4-1 at the break as the Stags scored through a Dan Webster double, Aaron Mitchell and Shea O’Sullivan.
Some sloppy defending gifted the home side three more goals in the second period but a third for Webster, a second for O'Sullivan and one for Jason Mallory made sure of an an extremely valuable West Herts win.
The Ladies surrendered their 100 per cent record at Canterbury Seconds, losing 3-1.
All Canterbury's goals came in the first half and while Sammy Cliff scored a consolation in the second period, it was too little too late.
The Men's Seconds edged a tight game against Ford to win 4-3 with Mike Tempest scoring twice.
The Ladies Seconds looked to have found their feet after a poor start to the season. They beat St Albans 4-0.
Kate Penn, a double from Tanita Montgomery and a Lisa Dawes strike completed the rout.
Two late goals condemned the Men's Thirds to a 2-1 defeat against Letchworth.
Morne Hoffman put West Herts ahead and that's the way it stayed until ten minutes from time when Letchworth struck twice to steal the victory.
The Ladies Thirds lost 7-1 to Harpenden Seconds. Emma Fulcher pulled one back in the first half but Harpenden ran away with it after the interval.
The Men's Fourths lost 6-3 to Stevenage Seconds but the Ladies Fourths romped to a 6-0 win at Vauxhall Chiltern.
It was a bad day for the Men’s Fifths who lost 5-0 to Welwyn Garden City Seconds and there was a defeat for the Ladies Fifths too as they went down 4-2 at home to Hertford Fourths.
There were also disappointing results for the Men’s Sixths, who suffered a 3-1 reverse against Royston Fourths, and the Men’s Sevenths who were beaten 3-1 by rivals Cheshunt Thirds.
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