Five-star Jordan fires Renegades into first round
CHIPPENHAM LEAGUE Sam Jordan was the star of the show as Bradford Renegades bridged a one-division gap to remove FC Colerne from the reebrooks print media- sponsored Eric Hughes Memorial Knockout Cup.
Jordan scored all five of Bradford's goals in a 5-3 extra-time victory away to the SK Fruits Ltd Chippenham League Premier Division side.
Six of the preliminary round tie's eight goals arrived once the 90 minutes were up and after Jordan's opener was cancelled out by Ashley Pechey's late leveller.
Jordan then took over for the Division 1 side, with Pechey's second and a Paul Bates effort closing the gap.
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Two-time cup winners Biddestone Social cruised to a 7-3 victory over FC Buscots of Division 3.
Nat Auckland started and finished the scoring for Social, with Jake Hiscocks and Danny Jones also bagging two apiece and Martin Johnson adding the other. Ashley Edwards, Jack Bramwell and Phil Little replied for the underdogs.
Division 2 leaders Staverton proved too strong for Division 4 hosts FC North Wiltshire in a 10-2 success at Leafy Lane.
Simon Gray scored both of North Wiltshire's goals, while Jason Povey's hat-trick, two apiece from Zack Manna and Levi Woods (two) plus singles from Simon Parfitt, Sam Clarke and John Baker took the winners into double figures.
Rampant Corsham Park Rangers put ten-man North Star B to the sword with a 17-4 triumph in their all-Division 3 affair.
Owen Bryan top-scored with six for Rangers, who led 5-0 at half-time, while Dan Clements and Gary Lock scored three each. Goals from Kadir Ayhen, Kane Kauppinen, Chris Neuman, Simon Young and Matthew Spear made up the winners' tally.
Dan Allison replied with a hat-trick for Star, while Rob Lymath scored from the penalty spot.
Corsham United were denied top spot in Division 1 by a gutsy Biddestone White Horse side, whose excellent all-round display earned them a 3-1 success.
Scott Fleming, Matt Thompson and Leigh Rogers netted for Biddestone, who went 2-0 up before James Hernandez pulled one back.