Charlie Rance’s man-of-the-match performance helped Hemel Hempstead Rovers clinch a 3-1 home win over Croxley Community in the West Herts League Premier Division.

Rance opened the scoring with a superb chip from the edge of the box on 20 minutes. Croxley were level 10 minutes later through a Harry Brock penalty.

A closely-contested game was won by Rovers when Marcus Tower rose above everyone to nod home and Rance added his second all within a five-minute spell in the second half.

Kings Sport grabbed all three points at Bovingdon A in a hard-fought game which ended 3-1 to the visitors.

After an even opening half-an-hour, Bovingdon took the lead courtesy of a powerful header from Colm Parrott.

Kings came out fighting in the second half, with goals from Adam King, Sam Flood and Sean Foster clinching the victory.

There was a surprise 5-3 win for Potten End, who beat top-of-the-table Tring Athletic A.

The opening goal came from a goalkeeping howler, as Dale Jenkins’ speculative 40-yard strike was palmed into his own net by the Tring keeper.

The away side responded with a well-worked team goal on 30 minutes before 16-year-old Sam Gillings scored a superb free-kick to restore Potten's lead.

Tring hit back again after half-time with another classy team goal, but Drew Duggan and Liam Picton put Potten two goals to the good.

Although Tring set-up a nervy last eight minutes when they made it 4-3, Duggan notched his second to secure End the win.

Langleybury Cricket Club stay bottom after a 4-2 defeat against The Engineer Harpenden.

A brace from Matt Richardson as well as goals from Chris Walker and Robert Walker won the match for Engineer. Ollie Ilott and Robson Gross were the Langleybury scorers.

Croxley Community Reserves stayed top of Division One after a thumping 5-0 win over Caddington maintained their 100 per cent record.

Nick Rogers struck a hat-trick with Dominic Barnard scoring twice.

Second spot in the table is now held by Hemel Hempstead Rovers Reserves, who were 5-1 winners at Evergreen A.

Hunton Bridge have risen to third in the league standings after a 7-2 drubbing of Chesham United (Youth) Men.

After three straight defeats, Sun Sports Rovers have now won two in a row, grabbing a 3-1 victory against Global FC.

Croxley Green jumped up to sixth place with a straightforward 5-0 win at home to Oxhey Academy.