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Uxella Sunday Football League round up
MALTSHOVEL are the early pace-setters in Division 1 of the Uxella Bridgwater Sunday League following their 3-1 win over Blake Old Boys.
Murray Lister, Dean Organ and Chris Singleton were on target for the league leaders, and Jamie Winter got the consolation goal for Blake.
Tiger Old Boys beat Abbey Moor 6-1, thanks to four goals from Jack Winter and one apiece for Kyle Winter and Ryan Weston.
Darren Wickham grabbed Abbey Moor’s only goal.
Two goals apiece for Steve Robins and Adam Lock helped Highburn to a 5-0 win over New Foresters, with Rob Driver getting the fifth.
A goalfest at Red Tile saw them claim a 7-5 win over Pawlett Rebels. Damon Jennings, Luke Morgan, Jack Taylor, Sam Godfrey, Scott Capel, Jake Collard and Olly Smith scored for Tile and a Simon Coombes brace and Darryl Taylor hat-trick, including a lob from the halfway line, made up the scoring for Pawlett.
Grasshoppers also beat Middlezoy Amicus thanks to two Adam Knight goals and one apiece for Nick Brown and Sam Weston. James Lacey and Chris Murphy scored for Middlezoy.
In Division 2, the top six teams are all tied on six points. Puriton lead on goal difference after their 1-0 win over ROF thanks to a Josh Champion goal.
Two Vincent Maisey goals, one from Liam Barnett and a Ben Casson own goal helped Cobblestones to a 4-1 win over Rhode Lane Wanderers.
Four goals for Ian Bellinger saw Tiger Old Boys Reserves claim three points in a 5-2 win over Huntspill. Jamie Chillingworth added the fifth.
Lloyd Beacham scored two but it wasn’t enough as North Petherton lost 4-2 to Willow Green after Liam Hole, Paul Quoroll, Dave Norrell and Michal Fabiankovic netted.
Flag Old Boys won 6-2 at Knowle despite consolation goals for Pete Boot and Scott Woodberry, and Ramblers edged a 4-3 thriller against Cornhill thanks to a Phil Court penalty and goals for Jarrid Mackay, Mike Skidmore and Joe Clark. On target for Cornhill were Mark Passmore, Will Pope and Sam Puddy