SOCCER SEVENS: Matt hat-trick is a Payne for LMS

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Boca Seniors continued their unbeaten run with a 7-0 win against LMA in the Thursday League.

Matt Payne hit a treble and Henry Spears, Tommy Waldock, Ian Waldock, and Liam Pickard all also found the net.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Skrtels were 6-2 winners against RYN Persie. Jake Sanderson weighed in with four goals, Jake Holden and Scott Jones sealed the win. Dylan Jones and Ben Winterbourn replied for RYN Persie.

Supporting Lisbon’s were narrow 1-0 winners against previously top of the table Millwall. Robbie Farrell with the all important goal.

DGFC were 9-2 winners against Black Knights. Lee Childs, Dan Wilkes and Darren Taylor all scored a brace, Chris Shackleton, Jamie Sedgley and Daniel Smith all also found the net.

Arron Carter scored two for the Knights.

Forgone Conclusion were 5-3 winners against Olympiacos. Ryan Swann was Forgone’s match winner with a four goal haul, Tom Hallett sealed the win.

Josh Bosworth, Josh Hyams and Darragh Davis replied for Olympiacos.

Pity claim first point in draw with Inter

Birmingham Pity gained their first point of the season after a goalless draw with Inter in the Sunday League. Kurt Baker and Phatphi Dip were both in inspired form in between the sticks.

Boca Seniors were 2-0 winners against LMA. Matt Payne was the match winner with a goal in each half.

Admiral Nelson ended Rapid Vienna’s winning run with a 3-2 victory. A Paul Matthews double and Arron Carter sealed the win.

Steffan Francis and Matt Fowkes has previously put Rapid ahead.

Dankburn Rovers gained their first win of the season at the expense if in form Forgone Conclusion. Liam Kenny, Callum Meagrow, Ben Thompson and Luke Vukicevic sealed the win.

Ryan Swann pulled a goal back late in from the penalty Spot. Olimpic Daventry remain top of the table after a 6-1 victory against Murder on Zidanes floor.

Stas hit a double, Tomasz Zelichowski, Vadim Vlas, Darren Taylor and Pavel Hruby sealed the win. Dan Wilkes had earlier equalised with a calm finish.

Miller and Carter in the goals for Knights

Black Knights became only the second team to take points off Hardcore Elite after a thrilling 8-8 draw in the Monday five-a-side League.

Martin Fincham, Andy Fincham and Lee James all hit doubles, Nick Hammond and Chris Grimley completed Elite’s scoring.

Nat Miller and Arron Carter both fired four goals apiece for the Knights.

Inter remain too of the table after a 14-3 victory against Arsene Vaders. Tomasz Zelichowski and Josh Hyams both hit four goals, Ryan Waldock a treble, Craig Hyde a double and Robbie Smith completed the scoring. Bailey Edwards fired two and Liam meadows also found the net for Vaders.

Bunfica ran out 8-4 winners against Notin’ Forest. Kevin Westley was in inspirational form with fives goals, Ryan Andrew fired a double and Jimmy Murfitt also hit the back of the net. Forest’s goals come from a Carl Thorneycroft double, Johnny Allaway and a smart Richard Mansell finish.

Anyone interested in entering any of the Soccer Sevens Leagues contact Ben on 07752750582 or soccersevens@live.co.uk for details.