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Watford Sunday League round-up
6:51pm Thursday 6th February 2014 in Sport
Only five games went ahead in the Watford Sunday League but there was plenty of entertainment for supporters as 37 goals were scored.
The only match played in the top division saw Oakview complete a 9-5 victory against Croxley Green Community Centre.
There were five goals from Tim O’Mara for Oakview whose total was added to by strikes from Adam Lowton, Anthony Shepherd, Tom Inch and a own goal.
Harry Brock was in fine form as he struck five times for Croxley but it wasn’t enough.
There is a new leader in the division as Green Dragon moved into first place after they thumped Colne Valley 7-0.
Sloppy play put Colne behind by four goals at the interval and they conceded a further three in the second period without any improvement to their performance.
Dragon top scorer Dean Parratt didn’t seem to mind the poor weather as he hit another hat-trick while Sam Magerisson grabbed a brace.
Jake Parratt and Keufer Shuttleworth rounded off the rout with singles.
Green Dragon lead the division with a healthy goal difference and two games in hand over their opponents.
In the other game played in the division, Victoria recorded a 6-3 win against AFC Bushey.
Joe Cheshire notched a hat-trick and there was a goal apiece from Andy Noonan, Nathan Pooley and Liam Doran.
Bushey worked hard throughout the contest but their efforts were ultimately unrewarded. Ryan Legge did bag a brace and Carl Mitchell was also on target.
Only one match was played but there was a significant result as leaders Rickmansworth Athletic suffered their first defeat of the campaign after going down 3-1 against Met Police (Bushey).
Coatas Harris, Dan Branch and Marvin Simson were all on target for Met Police while Athletic’s sole reply was from Shane Kitts.
Invitation Cup Group B
Sun Postal Sports defeated Watford Town 2-1.
Louis Hakner and Wes Moore scored the goals for Sun which saw them to victory. Aarron Crawford grabbed the Watford consolation.
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