The latest round-up of the action from the Herts Senior County League

Chipperfield Corinthians sit three points adrift at the bottom of the Premier Division after they were beaten 3-1 by Wormley Rovers.

The game was level at the break as Aaron Ramthor struck for Rovers while Adrian Abramian found the net for Corinthians.

The hosts then took control in the second half however and a David Tucker strike and an own goal were enough for Wormley to secure victory.

Belstone remain top of the division after they defeated Knebworth 4-0. James Arther, Tom Inch, Darren Turner and Lawrence Yaku were all on target for the table toppers.

Bedmond Sports & Social Club are fourth after an impressive second half display saw them complete a 4-1 win against Sarratt.

Tom Herbert, Dan Campbell, Aaron Lewis and Gary Sippetts all struck for Bedmond with Sarratt’s reply coming from Kyle Clifford.

Bovingdon suffered their tenth defeat of the season as they were beaten 4-2 at home to Cuffley.

Ben Davis netted a brace for the hosts but his efforts were cancelled out as Drew Tyler scored twice and Tom Treserdern and Glenn Geddis were also on target.

Bushey Sports Club’s inconsistent campaign continued as they were beaten 3-2 at home by Hinton.

Gavin Chatterpaul and Gary Nicholson struck for Bushey but they proved nothing more than consolations as a double from Jonathan Curtis and a single from Joelle-Leon Phillips saw Hinton to victory.

Goals in each half from Tom Whittaker and Chris Babbage saw Standon and Puckeridge record a 2-0 win against Mill End Sports.

Bushey Rangers sit second in Division One but missed out on going top of the table after they were held to a 2-2 draw against Welwyn Garden City Reserves.

Rob Gregory and Mark Draper scored for City but goals from Chris Dunn and Myles Lake meant the points were shared.

Old Parmiterians sit bottom of the table but claimed just their second league win of the season after they overcame Hatfield Town 1886 4-3.

Benson Nzuruba, Tim Tabi and Cletus Isiri all notched for the home side but it wasn’t enough and goals from Josh Towell, Dan Woosley, Rob Carty, James Booth sealed an important win for Parmiterians.

Evergreen claimed a 2-0 win against Cheshunt Ambers with Curtis Donaldson and Asher Alleyre on target.


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