Bovingdon A and Langleybury Cricket Club played out a thrilling 4-4 draw in Pool A of the West Herts Senior Cup on Saturday.

The Greens recovered from going a goal down early on to lead 2-1 at the break.

Langleybury started on fire in the second period, scoring three quick goals and looked to be cruising to the three points.

However, Bovingdon produced a late fightback and levelled the contest with a stunning free-kick from midfielder Jack Robinson.

Will Franklin, Dillon Hemington and Sam Marsh were the other scorers for the hosts, with Joe Wretham (2), Dan Walker and Ollie Ilott netting for their opponents.

Both sides must now win their final group game to give them a chance of advancing into the semi-finals.

In Pool B, Tring Athletic A ended a run of five straight defeats with a 4-2 win over Croxley Community, meaning that both teams must win their final group game to have a chance of qualifying for the next round.

Ollie Butler was the match-winner for Tring, grabbing a superb hat-trick, with Robert Lear notching the other for the home side. Robbie Martin netted both goals for Community.

The Engineer Harpenden were knocked out of the Herts Saturday Junior Cup after they were defeated 3-1 at home to Westhill, who are riding high at the summit of the Hertford & District Premier this season.

Tom Warren scored Engineer’s solitary goal which wasn’t enough to see them progress.

Hemel Hempstead Rovers Reserves have gone top of Division One with a comfortable 4-0 away win against Oxhey A.

Reece Phillips, Ryan Sewell, Mitchell Bagley and Rick Potton were all on target for Rovers, who have now scored 16 goals in their last two outings.

Hunton Bridge have climbed to second in the table with a 5-2 win at Chesham United Generals.

Joe Zazzera netted a brace, with Conor Moore, Hamid Ali and Ben Smith all scoring for Bridge, who face top-of-the-table Hemel Hempstead Rovers Reserves in their next league game.

Simon Conway and Toby Lyons were the scorers for the Generals.

Caddington jumped up into fourth place, which is their highest of the season, with a thumping 6-0 away win over Global AFC.

James Anthony Ray, Mark Brown, Steve Farkas, Martin Stevens, Connor Arnold and Jonnie Shoemaker all scored for the victors.