SOCCER SEVENS: Drinkwater double proves the difference

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Millwall were narrow 2-0 winners against Exeter in the Thursday League.

A goal in each half from Benny Drinkwater was the difference between the two sides in a end-to-end affair.

Champions Boca Seniors started the season well with a 3-0 victory against Teenage Mutant Ninja Skrtels.

New signing’s Jake Sanderson and Darren Taylor put Boca two goals to the good at half time and Matt Payne sealed the three points late in the second period.

The Sons of Pitches ran out 3-0 winners against a hard-working DGFC. Sam Burke’s early goal was the only thing separating the two sides until two late Ryan Waldock goals sealed the victory.

Bottom of the League FC were narrow 2-1 winners against Ivory Toast. A goal in each half from Ryan Swan sealed the victory after Josh Bosworth had earlier equalised for Ivory Toast.

Joy for James as he earns Admiral a draw

Admiral Nelson gained their first point of the season after a late James Dring strike levelled things up against Puyol Pantsdown in the Sunday League.

Tom Hallett had earlier put Puyol a goal to the good with a fine finish. Saxon’s Sevens came back from two goals down to snatch a 2-2 draw with FCG. Dean Manderfield’s early strike and a excellent Liam Fullard header put FCG two goals to the good at half time.

Two goals in the final five minutes from Josh Hyams earned he Saxons a point. Murder on Zidanes Floor shared the spoils with Dankburn Rovers after a 2-2 draw.

Liam Kenny continued his fine form in front of goal with both Rovers goals. Dan Clarke and Jamie McKenzie found the net for Murder on Zidanes Floor. Olimpic Daventry went top of the table after a 9-0 win against Birmingham Pity. Pavel Hruby led the way with a treble, Richard Rogers and Vadim Vlas fired braces, Tomasz Zelichowski and Tomasz Boczarski completed the scoring. Boca Seniors ran out 5-1 winners against Inter.

Ryan Swann led the way with a double, James Taylor, Darren Taylor and Matt Payne completed Boca’s scoring. Dean Fleming’s low drive got Inter off the mark early in the second half.

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Hyams hat-trick keeps Inter on winning roll

Inter remain the only team with a 100 per cent record in the Soccer Sevens Monday fives league after a 5-0 win against second place M.City.

Josh Hyams led the way with a well-taken treble and Craig Hyde weighed in with a brace. Justin Cerga was in impressive form in Inter’s goal with the league’s only clean sheet this term.

KFC Wimbledon were 11-7 winners against Bayer Neverlosen. Alex Green scored five goals, Jamie Davies and Oswald hit doubles, with Joe Osbourne, Kyle Gibson completing KFC’s scoring. For Bayer, Liam Fuller scored four, while Josh Bosworth hit a double. FC Davcelona ran out 9-6 winners against Birmingham Pity.

Wojtek Butynski and Kuba Kusija both fired trebles, Adrian Kurcuis scored a double and Marcin Chmielewski completed Davcelona’s scoring. Ryan Goodman and Lewis Day both scored doubles. Chris Peevor and Ramin Fayez completed Pity’s scoring.

FC Palace went second after a 5-5 draw with KFC Wimbledon. Palace scored through Arron Carter and Alex Stampolakis braces and Jake Hyams finish. Jamie Davies replied with a a hat-trick and Alex Green with a double.