Sunday Football League Report - 3rd Division
March 30, 2009
Cable & Wireless were outgunned by The Bridge as the visitors finished the game 3-1 winners.
Tom Conway, Mark Harvey and Jay Tucker all netted for The Bridge, with Steve Heard grabbing a consolation goal for Cable. Queens Head had the upper hand over Finchampstead Ath Sun B and made this work to their advantage as they came away from the game with a 2-1 win.
Curtis Allgood and Dave Pye netted for the home side, leaving Dave Hormley to grab a consolation for Finch. Queens Head centre back Chris Davies grabbed the man of the match award for his efforts.
Now left to concentrate solely on the league table, The Royal Oak mad short work of Bracknell Manics Res after the deadlock was broken in the 70th minute.
Tom Hobbs gave Oak the lead before Ricardo Gilda levelled for Manics. Hobbs grabbed his 2nd and 3rd of the game in the closing 5 minutes as Oak pressed for all 3 points and were rewarded from corner kicks to win the game 3-1.
After a messy start, FC Muchachos de Bracknell took the lead against Syngenta as a Richard Peek cross was met with a thunderous strike from Paul Russell.
The celebrations were cut short though as a forced own goal was to account for Syngentas equaliser before the break. Lewis O’Conner gave Syngenta the lead early in the 2nd half as a neat touch and volley found the back of the Muchachos net.
Daniel Russell restored order as he fired home a precision spot kick to level the game at 2-2, before ‘The Colonel’ Stuart Collar latched onto a Daniel Russell cross to fire a bullet header goal bound to give Muchachos a well deserved 3-2 lead. Syngenta then pressed the Muchachos back line, but could not break them down as the game closed out at 3-2.
Winkfield Res shot into a 3-1 1st half lead against Keephatch Park as their dominance showed during play. Adam Chance netted a brace, with the opener being an overhead kick from outside the box. Chris Hill also grabbed a goal from 30yards as he lobbed the Keephatch goalie to give the table toppers something to think about during the break.
The 2nd half was a much different affair as Keephatch started playing and eventually condemned Winkfield to defeat as Andy Cheale netted a hat trick and Phil Tiernan scored twice to win the game 5-3 and keep hold of their 100% league winning record thus far.