Nine-man St. David’s trounced
Robin Hood 14 St David’s 0St David’s turned up with just nine players and paid a heavy price as they overwhelmed by Robin Hood.
Hood scored seven goals in each half in a one-sided encounter that served only to boost their goal difference.
Lloyd Holder and Gary Adams both scored four goals while Grant McKellar netted a hat-trick.
Stefan Silkens added two and Ben Pewter got one to complete the route.
Tuff Dogs 4 Valley 0Lamaul Crofton grabbed a brace as league leaders Tuff Dogs continued their winning ways.
Haile Outerbridge opened the scoring before Crofton grabbed his pair.
Yuseff Pitt added a goal to round off the goalscoring.
David Martin and Keith Szmierek both got two goals in the first half to pace Onions to a lopsided win over defending champions Vasco.
Flanagan’s Onions 6 Vasco 0
The pair gave their side a 4-0 lead at the break with Phil Anderson and Jimmy Caplice adding second half strikes.
BAA 3 West End United 3
BAA and West End United shared six goals in what turned out to be an entertaining draw.
BAA opened the scoring after nine minutes when Neal Churchill broke free of the West End defence before squaring the ball for Alex Hunter to pick his spot from 12 yards.
United were level on 30 minutes with a direct free kick from 20 yards from Frances Desilva jr and then went ahead on 40 minutes when hesitation in the BAA defence allowed Eugene Simmons to score.
West End grabbed a third from Simmons early in the second half when BAA failed to clear after a shot was half stopped by BAA ‘keeper Brian McGonagle.
BAA skipper Adam Shaw pulled one back on 65 minutes, converting a penalty after a foul on Martin Jones.
Shaw was there again on the end of a Churchill free kick to volley home from 10 yards.
North Village 3 Lobster Pot 2Marcel Dill scored twice for Village they pipped Lobster Pot.
Kyle Lightbourne scored Village’s third while Kinffe Thompson netted twice for Pot.
St George’s 3 Lock N Key 1
Sinclair Gibbons, Del Tyrell and Jahjah Robinson all scored for St George’s in a comfortable win.
Chris Anderson got on the scoresheet for Key.