Bovingdon bounced back from their first league defeat of the season to return to the top of the Herts Senior County League after beating Cuffley 3-1.

Courtney Massay’s brace and a William Summerfield goal saw the Green Lane side secure their ninth Premier Division win of the campaign on Saturday and move a point ahead of Letchworth Garden City Eagles with a game in hand.

Bushey Sports Club are up to sixth after they defeated Standon & Puckeridge 3-1.

Belstone face a trip to FC Lemsford in the quarter-finals of the Herts Senior Centenary Trophy following a 3-0 victory over Bishop’s Stortford Swifts Reserves.

Darren Turner scored twice for the victorious hosts and John Christian was also on target.

Evergreen fell at the second round after losing 4-0 at Letchworth and Chipperfield Corinthians are also out after goals from Matthew Chapman and Matt Evans were not enough in a 6-2 defeat at home to Baldock Town.

Like the club’s first team, Bovingdon Reserves also moved back to the top of their division after a comfortable 5-1 success at Bengeo Trinity.

Bovingdon now lead Division One by two points, having played a game more than Weston.

Sun Sports Reserves are four points further back in fourth after a convincing 6-2 home win over Stevenage Borough Community.

A goal from substitute Khalid Deyr was only a consolation as Oxhey Jets Reserves were beaten 3-1 at Hatfield Social.

Old Parmiterians are level on points with Reserve & Development 2 leaders after thrashing Chipperfield Corinthians Reserves 8-0.

Two goals from Matt Byrne and singles from David Pemberton and Christopher May saw Sarratt Reserves to a 4-1 victory at Cuffley Reserves.

Evergreen Under-21 were also victorious on the road, 2-0 at Sporting 145 thanks to goals from Conrad Thorpe and Ryan Ward.