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Kings Langley continued their pre-season preparations by going down 5-2 to Hemel Hempstead on Saturday
7:00pm Thursday 17th July 2014 in Sport
Kings Langley lost 5-2 to Conference South newcomers Hemel Hempstead as they continued their pre-season preparations on Saturday.
Visitors Hemel were ahead when Lewis Toomey rolled the ball into the path of Ben Mackey, who slotted into the bottom corner to put the Tudors ahead.
The Spartan South Midlands side refused to roll over though, and equalised from the penalty spot shortly after.
Toomey then put Hemel back in front after missing two good opportunities in quick succession.
A spate of half-time changes saw the tempo disrupted after the break before Fladzomer scored the third for Hemel with a looping effort.
Kings fought back once more though, profiting from the Hemel goalkeeper’s misfortune to make it 3-2.
In a goal-laden encounter, it was Hemel who went back in front, Chamberlain unleashed a powerful effort to make it 4-2 before Fladzomer bagged a second to finally kill the tie off.
Sun Postal Sports came back from 2-1 down to beat Stansted 3-2 on Saturday, despite more than three-quarters of Paul Hobbs’ team missing the clash.
Elton Scarlet put Sun in front in the first half before the Essex Senior League side took the lead.
Scarlet then bagged his second before Nathan Pooley scored the winner for Postal.
Berkhamsted won by the odd goal in nine in a frantic encounter with Newport Pagnell on Tuesday.
Ashley Morrissey put Berko ahead before Adiel Mannion doubled the lead.
Newport Pagnell then staged a miraculous recovery, scoring three goals in quick succession to turn the game on its head.
Morrissey levelled with his second of the evening before completing his hat-trick to put the visitors back in front.
Once again though, Newport showed no little resilience to level before Mannion finally netted the winner.
Oxhey Jets won their first pre-season game 4-0 against a Potters Bar Town XI on Tuesday, with Wayne Gladdy, Adam Lowton, Lewis Cook and Craig Gorrie the scorers.
Jets return to action tomorrow (Saturday) with two matches at Rayners Lane.
Leverstock Green got their first friendly win on Tuesday night, beating Kent Athletic 2-0.
Tring Athletic begin their pre-season schedule this Saturday with a home clash against Aylesbury United.
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