Kyle Johnson scored a hat-trick as Sun Sports continued their impressive pre-season form with a 9-1 win over PFC Victoria.

The Yellows dominated from the off and were in the ascendency throughout as a brace from Karl Penny and goals from Mark Jindu, Luke Jones, Ronnell Dennis and Kamal Romain added to Johnson’s trio.

Despite Johnson’s hat-trick, it was Penny who took the man-of-the-match award after a fine individual display, which saw him cause the Victoria defence issues all game.

There was frustration for Sun in mid-week as their pre-season friendly with Enfield Town was called off at their opponents’ request.

It has been a busy week for Berkhamsted as they failed to pick up a win in either of their two friendly matches.

Saturday saw them play out a six-goal thriller against Chesham United as the two sides could not be split and drew 3-3.

Facing a side which plays two tiers higher than them, Berko acquitted themselves well and were ahead through new signing Stacy Field’s goal just before half-time.

The game turned in United’s favour when two clumsy challenges allowed them to score twice from the penalty spot before a close-range third made it 3-1.

Berko were in no mood to take the loss lying down though, and a second for Field and brave near-post finish from Dan Jones earned them a draw.

Tuesday night’s meeting with Thame United proved to be a less rewarding outing as they went down to a 2-1 defeat, despite Ashley Morrissey’s 14th-minute opener.

Oxhey Jets were no match for Enfield FC and suffered a comprehensive 4-1 loss on Tuesday.

Tring Athletic have been in fine early pre-season form, scoring 12 goals in two outings as they claimed a pair of comfortable wins.

They were particularly rampant on Saturday and thrashed Chinnor 9-1 in a win spearheaded by a hat-trick from Chris Blunden.

There were also doubles for Max Hercules and Ben Seaton as well as a goal apiece from Tom Shaw and Dan To.

Tuesday’s clash with AFC Dunstable represented a sterner test on paper.

However,Tring once again made light work of the assignment to ensure they ran out comfortable 3-0 winners.

Dunstable had the better of the first half and forced James Catlin into a couple of good saves as well as having the ball in the net, only for the linesman’s flags to deny them.

The second half brought more out of Tring and they went ahead when Louis Smith made the most of a fumble from the keeper to score.

A second came soon after when a poor clearance allowed To to take advantage and net.

Qwarm Thomas completed the scoring late on to round off a thoroughly pleasing day for Athletic.

There was no such fortune for Leverstock Green who were routinely dispatched by Kings Langley on Tuesday night.

A goalless first half offered no indication of the ease with which Kings would pull away in the second.

Gareth Price opened the scoring shortly after the restart before Mitchell Weiss made it two.

It fell to Price to complete the scoring as he added his second to add gloss to a fine individual performance.

The comfortable victory saw Kings extend their unbeaten start to pre-season to two matches.

There was nothing to separate Paul Hobbs’ side and London Colney on Saturday as the two sides played out a goalless draw at The Pavilion.