SOCCER SEVENS: Davcelona are up and running at last

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FC Davcelona gained their first Monday League win of the season against KFC Wimbledon with a 7-4 scoreline.

Tomasz Wasowski, Pawel Boczarski and Msrcin Chmielewski all scored doubles and Wojtek Butynski completed the scoring.

Alex a Green was in fine form for Wimbledon scoring all four of their goals.

FC Palace ran out 11-5 winner against Bayer Neverlosen. Nat Miller led the way 
with seven goals, Alex Stampolakis hit a hat-trick and an own goal completed Palace’s scoring.

Bayer replied through Liam Fuller’s four goals and a fine Kyle Cherry strike.

M.City were 4-3 winners against previously unbeaten Hardcore Elite. Dylan Jones, Joe Hassett, Ethan Smith and Bailey Edwards scored the match winning goals.

Martin Fincham hit a double and Nick Hammond was also on target for Elite.

Inter went top of the table on goal difference after an 18-2 victory against Birmingham Pity.

Tomasz Zelichowski led the way with nine goals, Josh Hyams and Robbie Smith hit a hat-trick apiece, Craig Hyde’s double and Tomasz Sparks completed the scoring.

Ryan Goodman scored two excellent goals for Pity.

Skrtels remain in the Thursday title chase

Teenage Mutant Ninja Skrtels reman in the Thursday League title chase after a 3-1 victory against Supporting Lisbons.

Jake Sanderson, Jamie Sedgley and Jake Holden scoring the match winning goals.

Tony Burkett scored a fine reply for Lisbons. Millwall were 8-1 winners against Black Knights after a fine second half display.

Jake Woodman gave the Knights a 1-0 half time lead with a fine finish.

Dan Renshaw scored a fine treble to remain the leagues leading marksman, Ryan Waldock hit a double, Nick Saker, Craig Hyde and Matt Goode completed Millwall’s scoring. Boca Seniors ran out 5-3 winners against Olypmpiacos. Josh Payne and a Henry Spears double put Boca in the driving seat but goals from Josh Hyams, Jake Hyams and Paul Beevor levelled things up.

Late Ben Collins and Ian Waldock goals secured the 3 points. RYN Persie were 3-2 winners in an end-to-end game against Forgone Conclusion.

Ricky Jones, Dylan Jones and Robbie Farrell secured the victory. Josh Bird and Ryan Swann were both on target for Forgone.

Boca Seniors remain in a great position to take the league title after a 6-2 win against RYN Persie.

Josh Payne led the way with a hat-trick, Ian Waldock hit a double and Matt Payne also found the net.

Brother Ricky and Dylan Jones were again both on target for RYN Persie.

The new Thursday 7-a-side League starts this month with trophies for winners, runners up and player of the season. Contact Ben on 07752750582 or soccersevens@live.co.uk for details.

Hruby double seals victory for Olimpic

Olimpic Daventry were narrow victors against Puyol Pantsdown in the Sunday League with a 3-2 win.

Pavel Hruby led the 
way with a fine double, Stas’s fine strike sealed the three points.

Tom Hallett and a Kurt Hamer penalty got Puyol back in the game but Olimpic held on. Boca Seniors continued their unbeaten start with a 3-0 win against a Murder on Zidanes Floor.

Ryan Swann continued his fine form in front of goal with another brace, James Taylor sealed the three points.

Dankburn Rovers continued their impressive form with a 5-0 victory against Admiral Nelson.

Callum Meagrow and Liam Kenny both hit a brace apiece and Ben Thompson also hit the net.

Saxons Sevens were in inspired form with a 11-0 victory against Birmingham Pity.

Ryan Waldock led the way with six goals, Jak Gwilliam a brace, Jake Sanderson, Ian Waldock and a Joe Corney wonder strike ended the scoring.

FC Gash remain the only team with a 100 per cent record with their fourth win in as many games, this time a 5-0 victory against Inter.

Alex O’ Connor fired a double, Dean Manderfield, Tom Freezer and Daniel Smith kept them top of the League.