Hollis scores five for Parish

  • Goal rush: Shayne Hollis

    Goal rush: Shayne Hollis

Southampton Rangers, Somerset Eagles and Hamilton Parish all tasted victories yesterday.

Parish thrashed Ireland Rangers 9-1 at Wellington Oval for their first win of the new year. Leaders Rangers defeated St Georgeís 3-0 at PHC Field to remain five points ahead of Eagles. Gregory Wade scored an own goal in the 17th minute to give Rangers a 1-0 lead at the half. Rangers netted twice in the second half. Cardel Henry converted in the 71st minute and Ezekiel Stoneham scored in the 82nd minute.

Eagles came away with a 3-0 home win over Flanaganís Onions at White Hill Field. The home side were gifted an early lead after Onionsí Jack Higson scored an own goal.

Tahj Wade doubled the home sideís advantage when he hit the target in the 84th minute before Anwar Telford pounced two minutes later.

Parish got back to winning ways, with Shayne Hollis leading the way with five goals, while Andrew Samuels scored twice. Chris Caisey and Jokai Lathan netted one each.

Devonshire Colts moved up two places to fourth place after their 2-0 win over St Davidís at Police Field. Teniko Eve scored twice in the first half.

Wolves lost to Young Menís Social Club 1-0 at Police Field on Saturday.

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Published Feb 4, 2019 at 8:00 am (Updated Feb 4, 2019 at 12:16 am)

Hollis scores five for Parish

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