SOCCER SEVENS: Seven-up Miller inspires FC Palace to big victory

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FC Palace ran out 12-1 winners against Birmingham Pity in the Monday Fives League.

Jordan Shingler’s fine strike gave Palace the lead early on, but Nat Miller was in inspirational form with seven goals, Jake Hyams and Arron Carter both fired doubles and Alex Stampolakis completed Palace’s scoring.

Champions Inter continued their unbeaten start with a 13-4 victory over FC Davcelona. Tomasz Zelichowski was the leading marksman with four goals, Josh Hyams, Dan Smith and Pavel Hruby all hit hat-tricks. Wojtek Butynski, Tomasz Wasowski, Kuba Kusija and Adrian Kurcius were all on target for Davcelona.

Hardcore Elite also maintained their 100 per cent start with a 7-4 victory against KFC Wimbledon.

Martin Fincham, Lee James and Ben Hallett all scored doubles and Andy Fincham also found the net for Elite.

Joe Osbourne and Kyle Gibson were on hand with doubles apiece for Wimbledon.

M.City were 13-4 winners against newcomers Bayer Neverlosen. Dylan Jones remains the league’s top goalscorer with another six, Joe Hasset hit a treble, Blair Girvin a double, Robbie Farrell and a own goal completed City’s scoring.

Liam Fuller was on hand with all four of Bayer’s goals.

In the Sunday Sevens League, current champions Saxons Sevens were in fine form against Admiral Nelson with a 7-0 victory.

Jake Sanderson led the way with a treble, Paul Beevor a brace, Ian Waldock and Joe Corney completed Saxons scoring.

Dankburn Rovers bounced back from last week’s defeat with a 4-0 win over Puyol Pantsdown.

Liam Kenny scored a double, Ben Thompson and Callum Meagrow were also on target.

FCG remain top after a 7-4 win against Murder on Zidanes Floor. Henry Spears scored a hat-trick, Tom Freezer a double, Jack Wise and Alex O’Connor sealed the 3 points for FCG. Murder on Zidanes floor replied through a Dan Clarke brace, Sam Robinson and Dan Wilkes.

Boca Seniors ran out 6-1 winners against Birmingham Pity. Doubles from Ryan Swann, James Taylor and Josh Payne secured the 3 points.

Patryk Harasymowicz scored a consolation goal for Pity.