High-flying Real progress after big extra-time victory
DIVISION Three high-flyers Real United made the third round of the League Junior Cup after beating Division Two leaders Redhill 7-3 after extra time.
Redhill looked set to progress after running into an early 2-0 lead thanks to goals from Charlie Roberts and Brett Langsdale. Real fought back to pull the scores level. Harry Georgiou added a third for Redhill but Real added a third to ensure extra time was needed. In extra time Real found another gear to score another four goals to give a flattering scoreline.
Aspley United and Sherwood Chestnut Tree had to be split by a penalty shootout. With Aspley taking a 2-0 lead thanks to goals from Danny Carter and Andrew Barratt. Lewis Baldwin and an own goal for Sherwood Chestnut Tree sent the tie to extra time. Gareth Clarkson scored a dubious penalty for Sherwood in extra time. Danny Carter scored his second of the game to send the game to penalties. Reggie Royes hit the winning penalty for Sherwood to finish the shootout 5-4 to Sherwood.
Nuthall County progressed after hitting eight without reply against Southbank. Free scoring striker Liam Honeyman struck four times. Graham Laverick, Sean Khan and Connor Brown added a goal each before goalkeeper Sean McNiffe scored from the penalty spot.
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N.C.H continue to improve with a 3-1 win over Rose & Crown. Nathan Cossey, Channon Small and Romero Brandy the NCH scorers. Adam Willetts pulled a goal back for Crown.
The Vale secured their place with a comfortable 9-3 win over Karimia. Wade Lees impressed with four goals. Ben Flynn chipped in with a brace. Dan Hall, Dan Lang and Deion Moss also got on the score sheet. Dan Wilkinson, Gavin Wilkinson and Dean Tyrell replied for Karimia.
Broad Oak are also in the hat for the next round after seeing off AC Nottingham 6-3. Shawn Evans helped himself to 4 goals, he was joined on the score sheet by Callum Conway and Warren Kenton. Dan Shaw, Cameron Rawson and Edward Barge replied for AC Nottm. Arnold Victory are through after a 3-1 win over La Toque.
Des Oldham, Liam Kirk and Adam Charles the scorers.
In The Premier Division leaders Sycamore St Ann's eased to a 6-2 win over Athletico T8'S. Alex Winter bagged himself a brace. Reece Campbell, Dalton Stephens, Colix Barratt and Nathan Smart all added a goal each. Ryan Tenant and Tim McShane replied for T8's.
Melish remain in second place after coming back from 2-0 down to eventually run out 4-3 winners against Cema. An Adam Chenery brace put Cema in control but Mellish hit back with strikes from Ashley Chadwick, Michael Jones, Daniel Farrell and Simon Cassidy. Rich Hart added a late third goal for Cema but Mellish held on for the points.
March Hare picked up the points after a comfortable 2-0 win over Phoenix Athletic. Mark Foster and Cassian Prime both on target for March Hare.
AFC Pelican picked up only their second point of the season after a thrilling 5-5 draw with Priory. S.Russell and J.Cooke both bagged braces for Pelican. G.Hewes was also on the scoresheet for Pelican. Priory had Ben Greenhalgh, Matt Walsh, Sean Chapman, Lee Stevenson and Sean Hutchinson all score.
M.I.S and local rivals Hilltop Castle shared the points after playing out a 0-0 draw.
In Division One Bear F.C continue the lead the way after a 3-0 win over Woodhouse Colts.
Optima are up to second after a 7-3 win against bottom club Sports Direct. Nyron Lindon continues to impress with another hat-trick.
Blacks Head and Vernon Villa shared the points with a 1-1 draw. Joe Harrod gave Blacks the lead before Darryl Clayton rescued a point.
In Division Two Pure recorded a 3-1 win over Gremio. Warren Lovegrove helped himself to a brace. Callum Thorpe also grabbed a goal.
Southglade Park punished struggling Notts United by hitting seven without reply. Keenan Williams bagged a hat-trick, Josh Williams two. Callum Cocks and Steven Higgins added a goal each.
In Division Three H2O brushed aside D.H Simpson winning 7-0. The other game in the division saw Scorpian and Medz share the points with a 1-1 draw.