Hat-trick duo fire Claverdon to emphatic RM Smith Cup win - The Stratford Observer

Hat-trick duo fire Claverdon to emphatic RM Smith Cup win

Stratford Editorial 8th Nov, 2018   0

JAMES BRAMWELL and Danny Chinn both bagged hat-tricks to fire Claverdon to the biggest win in Saturday’s Stratford Alliance RM Smith Cup fixtures.

Claverdon swept aside visitors Shipston Excelsior Reserves 12-2 at Henley-in-Arden College after netting eight second half goals.

Claverdon’s other scorers were George Curry, captain Harry Eddy, Rich Heath, Mitch Colby and Oscar Metcalf (2).

Josh Gibb and Marcus Ireland replied for Shipston.

Division One leaders FC Wickhamford were also among the goals, firing eight past Division Two basement side Blockley Sports in an 8-1 away victory.

Jack Steele scored four for the winners, with James Millan, Louis Brown and Louis Sutton also on target, while Sean Bennett netted for Blockley.

Alcester Town Reserves progressed to the quarter-finals, earning a 4-1 win at AFC Stratford Town, with Sam Jalowiecki the Stratford marksman.

GSH United bagged six second half goals to seal a 7-1 win at Tyoe United. Joe Shaw led the way with four goals and Dan Still, Jack Bate and Joshua Cashmore were also on target.

Tom Daccus scored twice to help Feckenham Reserves defeat Welford 4-3 in Division One.

Michael Pattison and Ross Halwood-Smith added to their tally, with Andy Dale (2) and Nick Priest bagging the Welford goals.

Omar Pennicott hit the net four times to help South Redditch Athletic sweep aside FISSC Reserves 11-2 in Division Two.

Benjamin Higgins completed a hat-trick, with Patrick Carr, Dominic McElroy and substitutes Daniel Montgomery and Luke Poole also scoring. Chris Rogers and Zacharius Swart were the FISSC scorers.


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