Big wins for Peasedown Athletic and Timsbury Athletic in Somerset League
Peasedown Athletic stormed back to the top of Somerset County League Division 2 East after putting eight goals past local rivals Farrington Gurney for the second time this season.
Charlie Walton netted four times and Neil Hulford scored twice, while Scott Newton and an own goal completed the scoring as Peasedown took full advantage of Radstock Town Reserves’ 1-0 defeat at Fry Club Reserves.
Dan Reynolds set up Walton for his first after 16 minutes and Neil Hulford soon added the second from Craig Cerba’s defence-splitting pass.
Walton completed his hat-trick inside 40 minutes thanks to assists from Luke Litterick and Reynolds before Hulford made it 5-0 at the break.
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Man of the match Walton fired home the sixth on 52 minutes before setting up substitute Scott Newton to make it 7-0 and Neil Radnedge headed Matt Seviour’s cross into his own net to complete the scoring.
Meanwhile, there is light at the end of the tunnel for Timsbury Athletic after five months of unremitting gloom as they made it two wins a row with a 5-1 triumph at Hengrove Athletic Reserves – their first away victory of the campaign.
Dave Percival fashioned the opening goal from nothing with a run from just inside the Hengrove half and then set up the second for Mark Hancock.
The duo combined again for the third as Percival’s effort took a slight deflection on its way into the net and he completed his first hat-trick for the club after the break, making it five goals in two games.
Ellis Hancock netted the fifth in his first start since suffering a cruciate ligament injury a year ago before Hengrove scored a consolation 20 minutes from time.
Tunley Athletic also picked up an away victory as goals from Damien McCutcheon and Christopher Young sealed a 2-0 success at Stockwood Green Reserves.