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Harriers go goal crazy again as they hit 12 at Stratford
6:00pm Tuesday 11th September 2012 in Sport
FOURTH division Anchor Harriers hit double figures for the second week running in the Birdseye Sports Evesham Sunday Football League.
They fired 12 goals without reply at Stratford United with Smith (3), Crenan (2), Cumberland, Townsend and Quantrell all among the scorers.
Campden/Ebrington United got off the mark with a win over Stour Excelsior Reserves. Jason Beasley scored four times for Campden, while a Mullins double maintained the Dragons’ perfect start as they defeated Alcester Town.
Goals from P Smaylin and S Smaylin earned Elmley Castle the points at Vale Wanderers. Bengeworth also had a convincing win at Ambi Allsports with goals from Lane (3), Mather (2), Flander, Herbert and Mason.
Sun Inn and Pebworth opened their accounts, sharing four goals. Mower and Woodward scored for the Sun, while Malone and Lambourne replied for Pebworth.
Jake Petitt and Scott Jordan both scored four times in Tewkesbury Town’s Division Three victory over Badsey Rec.
Mear and Barton were on target for Ecosamba as the Bishops Cleeve team earned their first points at the expense of Broadway United Reserves.
Pershore High Old Boys also successfully began their campaign with a four-goal win at Fairfield. Worthington (2), Taylor and Hinchcliffe scored the goals. Offenham Rovers hit five without reply against Ambassador.
In Division Two, WMK won again as Naser (2), Harcek and Witts scored against Alderton for whom Baker and Greaves replied. Davies and Irwin were on target as Lenches Lions beat Tewkesbury/Apperley Dynamos and a second-half Smith goal proved enough for Bear to beat AC Olympia.
Goals from Ireland, Godson and Dunsby helped Stour Excelsior to victory over Fladbury Athletic, for whom Brain scored, and Lee Diamond netted twice for Bredon against Tesco United.
Cheltenham Saints edged out Cidermill with goals from Pat Gibbs (2), Allcott and Jack Gibbs.
Honeybourne Gate Inn maintained their good start in Division One by winning at Pinvin United. Youngster Luke McDonagh grabbed his first senior hat-trick for Broadway United and further goals from Hopkins and Magee completed a comfortable win over Evesham WMC for whom Spencer scored.
In a high scoring game at Eckington, the home team defeated Mickleton Rangers. McDonald (3), Clifton, Bostock and Carter scored for the home team with Tye (2) and Gabb replying for Rangers. Bretforton Old Boys defeated Defford/Besford United with goals from Gayton (2), Stride and Brain.