Herts Sunday Senior Cup Round One

Oakview, who have only won the Senior Cup once in 2009, signalled their intent to make a strong challenge for the trophy with an emphatic 7-1 victory over fellow Watford Sunday League side Old Danes Athletic.

Lewis Putman once again led the scoring, netting four times with two goals in each half, although Oakview only had a 2-0 lead at the break.

However, the floodgates opened late in the second half with Putman’s two further goals, supported by strikes from Lee Armitt, Spencer Bellotti and Adam Lowton.

Old Danes scored a consolation goal late on when Josh Burks squared a ball behind the defenders where it was met by a sliding Ross Bennett.

The two other all-WSL ties both ended with 1-0 wins.

Last season’s Intermediate Cup winners Evergreen put out Rickmansworth Town thanks to a late Ben Adams goal, while Rifle Volunteer defeated Chorleywood Club thanks to a late penalty from Chris Killer.

Five-time winners St Josephs went out 6-5 on penalties to Maccabi Lions after a 3-3 draw.

Anton Collins, Robbie Totcher and Dillon McKeegan scored for Joes.

Herts Sunday Junior Cup Round One

Goals from Robson Bembridge and Ben Williams were all Sun Postal Sports had to show after a 5-2 home defeat to The Midlands.

WSL Intermediate Cup Round One

Colne Valley recorded their first win of the season in the Intermediate Cup, 3-1 against FC Woodside.

After a goalless but even first half that saw both sides miss chances, it was Valley who broke the deadlock early in the second period when Jack Habbijam's mazy run was ended by a clumsy tackle in the box and Chris Blunden converted from the penalty spot.

Valley double the lead two minutes later when Krasi Makaveev volleyed home from close range.

Woodside rallied and pulled one back from Paul Craig, but the victory was sealed with 10 minutes left as Jake Newstead fired home.

The all-Second Division tie between The Tree and Everett Rovers saw the home register a 4-2 victory.

Tree took the lead in the first half after an error by the Everett defence, believing the ball was going out of play when it stopped due to the wet conditions, which allowed Glenn O'Malley to score.

But Rovers did pull level through Meshach Williams before half-time.

The second half saw Everett take the lead with Jake Knight scoring just after the restart, but two quick goals allowed their opponents to regain the upper hand as O’Malley netted his second and Jordan Robinson also struck.

With Everett pushing for an equaliser, they where caught on the break with Paul Rush scoring to put his side through.

WSL Invitation Cup 2017-18 Semi-Final

Sun Regent Sports will face Ripstone in the final at Oxhey Jets on October 7 after they swept aside Oxhey Rangers 5-1.

Two goals just after the half-an-hour mark put Sun in the driving seat and they netted twice more in the opening five minutes of the second period, including a well-taken free-kick from Aaron Crawford.

Josh Shaw netted twice, alongside singles from Daniel White and Luke Notley, with Ryan Walsh netting Oxhey’s consolation from the penalty spot.

Premier Division

Reed Rangers and Old Fullerians shared the points after a 3-3 draw.

Fullers took an early lead when a cross from Charlie Hailey was tapped home by Ryan Woolsey.

Reed then equalised thanks to a penalty from John Smith before Miley Cash gave them the advantage.

Tom Gibson set up Nick Kerley for a third goal on the hour mark, but Old Fullerians produced a late rally, scoring twice in the final eight minutes

First a ball across the back was intercepted by Charlie Hailey who squared for Craig Totton to score.

Fullerians then completed the comeback in the last minute when Charlie Munroe's cross from the right found Hailey six yards out in the middle of the Reed box and he made no mistake.

Division One

It's four wins out of four for FC Unicorn after a 6-0 triumph over Croxley.

They opened the scoring when Jamie Calvin tucked home a penalty after Luke Peerless was fouled.

The lead was soon doubled when Calvin gambled on the keeper’s missed touch and prodded home.

Unicorn continued to drive home their advantage after the break as George Kus whipped in a cross and Kane Waterford finished with a volley at the near post.

Jamie Balmer then made it four when he fired home from a Peerless free-kick and tucked the ball in the bottom corner.

Calvin completed his hat-trick when he controlled Jack Bridges’ long goal kick and turned to fire impressively home from 25 yards, and the scoring was completed when Michael McManamon found the bottom corner from 18 yards.

North Watford beat AFC Bedmond 6-1 to secure their first win of the season.

Aamer Khan led the way with a hat-trick, Shoaib Ali struck twice and Ajmel Ahmed also netted.

Sam Hakner got the Bedmond goal.

Division Two

Bushey Rangers top the table following a second win, this time 5-0 against Ricky FC, thanks to James Henney’s hat-trick and a goal apiece from Lewis Yates and George Davies.

Ardent also scored five as they came from an early goal down to beat Northwood 5-3 thanks to Ross Parsons' brace and one apiece for Chay Lewis, Stuart Raine and Luke Gaskin.

Ollie Cattle, Craig Mathieson and Shaun Wheeler were on target for Northwood.

Division Three

Connor Murphy struck an outstanding treble hat-trick as Oxhey Athletic thrashed NW 13-1.

Liam Coles also weighed in with a treble and Sam Payne scored the other goal.

Batchworth and Chess United scored 11 goals between them, as the home side secured a first win of the campaign 6-5.

Michael Bright, Kai Wiggins and Dom Randomski all scored two goals each for Batchworth.

Craig Putman did the same for Chess with Conor Graham, Matt Hargreaves and Nelson Pequeno also finding the net.

AFC Leavesden have a second straight win in the league after a 2-1 victory over ACS Milan after all the goals came in the first half.

David Donnelly gave ACS an early lead, but Leavesden turned the game on its head with two goals in quick succession.

First Callum Galvin won a penalty which was converted by Mark Riddick.

Lucas Halligan then converted what turned out to be the winner after pouncing on a loose ball following a corner.

Division Four

The Victoria beat White Horse 4-2 to remain as the leaders in Division Four.

Dan Bourne scored a brace with Michael Lipman and Ben Stallard also on target.

Sam Fribbins and Ralph Thompson netted the White Horse replies.