Match Reports St Austell

St Austell  Friday 13th March 2020

Sandman 2 v Biffa 0

Championship topping Sandman knew they had a tough match ahead, and a strong Biffa team held them in the first half, but Sandman looked the better team and were rewarded with second half goals from the in form Sam Lewis and Andy Heap.

Gylfi Pleasures 2 v Pray4Jace 5

Pray4Jace had the chance to go top of Division One, with current leaders Old Boys not playing, and they led at half time with goals from Steve Heap and Ross Wells. Wells scored a second at the start of the second half, but Gylfi showed what a dangerous team they are reducing the arrears with goals from Dion Jacques and Adam Duncombe, the next goal was crucial and it went to Pray4Jace, with Ross Wells adding another two goals to lift Pray4jace to top of Division One.

Boyzies 1 v Carpeteers 2

Boyzies didn’t start well in this top of the Premiership clash, and Carpeteers led 2-0 at half time with a brace from the prolific Sam Blount. Carpeteers were happy just to contain Boyzies in the second half and Liam Scott’s goal was too late to alter the course of the game, with Carpeteers staying unbeaten.

Unsung Heroes 4 v Crystal Fallis 0

Unsung Heroes will surprise a few teams in the Premiership this season, and a strong Crystal’s team were always second best . Callum Bertrand and Sam Burnhill booth scored for Unsung in the first half, with Owen Harris scoring twice in the second half. Jon-Pierre Oleszynski was outstanding in goal for The Crystals, who were just overpowered by Unsung Heroes brilliant attacking play.

Crystal Fallis B 1 v EPBL 5

EPBL are only two points behind leaders Sandman in the Championship, so goals for might be vital as the season progresses. Brandon Chapman opened the scoring for EPBL, but Crystal Fallis showed their menace when Brandon Trudgeon equalised. Last seasons top scorer Dan Stephenson restored EPBl’s advantage then scored a third before half time. Charlie Elton having a rare opportunity out of goal, showed his versatility with two second half goals to complete the scoring.

Gylfi Pleasures 3 v Hawkins Motors 1

This was a welcome win for the inconsistent Gylfi Pleasures against promotion contenders Hawkins Motors. Aidan Rickard opened the scoring for Hawkins, but from then on it was all Gylfi Pleasures, with Ben Mitchell equalising, then Dion Jacques scoring twice to give the inconsistent Gylfi a well earned three points.

MCR 2 v Sticklaar 6

MCR played their part in this entertaining game in atrocious conditions, against a Sticklaar team that are still unbeaten, but it was Sticklaar that came out on top. Nathan Forsten and Brandon Trudgeon both scored for MCR with Jamie Bilkey hitting a hat trick, Finn scoring twice and Ollie Pearce scoring a sixth for Sticklaar.

Biffa 4 v Carzola’s 2

Biffa got back on track with this hard earned win against battling Carzola’s. Adam Soloman scored a hat trick on his season’s debut, with Steve Mitchell scoring a fourth. Shaun Taylor scored both goals for Carzola’s

Ninja Skirtles 9 v Carzola’s Too 2

Ninja’s are the most entertaining team on their day, and they were just too good for Carzola’s. Brandon Chapman scored four, Dan Stephenson three, with Alex Bennett, Scott Veron and Charlie Elton their other scorers.

LD Team 2 v Kante Fitmy Willian 2

New boys LD Team did well to earn a point against the experienced Willian team and they opened the scoring with a goal from Canu, Man of the match Josh Hammond equalised for Willian, but LD again took the lead at the start of the second half when captain, Lawrence scored. Willian went all out on attack and scored a last gasp equaliser through Scott Veron to rescue a share of the points.

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