Sunday League round-up: Williams doubles up to fire Boxmoor into the cup final

Shaun Williams was the star man for Boxmoor this weekend as he fired his side into the Herts FA Sunday Junior Cup final.

Tuesday, 15th March 2016, 10:28 am
Updated Tuesday, 15th March 2016, 11:29 am
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Hit-man Williams helped himself to a brace, with an own-goal completing the scoring as Boxmoor romped to a 3-0 victory over Aspire Personal Training in their semi-final clash.

Elsewhere, Doves United and AFC Boars set up a mouthwatering final showdown in the BSFL Sunday Senior Cup as they both recorded convincing victories in their semi-final ties.

Doves had Marley Cash (2), Connor Deadman and Adiel Mannion to thank for a 4-2 triumph over FC Jubilee, while Boars swept Flaunden aside as Jay Austin (3), Lewis Cruwys (2) and Sonny French netted in a 6-3 win.

In league action, BSFL Divisione One side Gossoms End thrashed Hemel Athletic 5-0 with efforts from Tom Kelly (2), Will Brookman, George Guest and Rob Patterson, while strikes from Bradley Hedges, Michael Gray, Jake Hosier and Matt Collier did the damage for FC Intervino in their 4-2 win over Greenacres II.

Jam United had plenty to celebrate as they swept Potten End Sunday aside, with Dan Hoskins hitting a hat-trick, and Keii Roberts, Karl Rowlands and an own-goal completing the rout.

In BSFL Division Two, Sporting Oddfellows thumped The Queens Head 4-1 through efforts from Greg Goodchild (3) and James Hewitt, while Robin Hood were 3-1 winners at Hemel Tudors thanks to efforts from Tom Gillespie, Tommy North and Dexter Franklin-Beck.

Comets Sports Club Reserves beat Landrovers 4-1 with strikes from Stuart Meaney, Lee Franklin, Alex McCarthy and Jermaine Bernard, and Berko Athletic Reserves shared a 3-3 draw with Greenacres Tavern.

Berko Tornadoes A were the big winners in BSFL Division Three, thumping AFC Saints 4-0 with goals from Andy Wheeler-King, Sam Waterhouse, Ryan Campbell and Ollie Johnson.

Leather Bottle triumphed 4-2 at Greenacres II Reserves courtesy of strikes from Ben Butler (2), Adam Chaplin and Ryan Thomas, while Kirren Taylor and Connor Webber were the marksmen for GB Precision in a 2-1 win at The Midland.