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Medway Messenger Sunday League round-up (02/05/21)

Kane Parkes bagged four goals to fire Swallow Rise to the top of Division 3 with a 7-1 win over Medway Rovers 20.

Caleb Luckhurst, Malachi Benjamin and Steve Keats also scored while Rovers replied through Martin Seal.

Previous leaders High Halstow were held to a 1-1 draw by Medway United West, Sam Crayford their scorer.

Third-placed ASK Medway had Sam Slipper (2), Kye Humphrey and Lee Hewitt to thank for their 4-1 victory over Rochester Eagles, who replied through Liam Dawes.

Joseph Camber, Jasper Simmonds (2), Lewis Ward, Bailey Hooker and William Stace were the marksmen for Eagles Gold in their 6-3 victory over Bredhurst, who replied with a Alfie Buckley hat-trick.

Lance Skinner, Daryl Clarke and Luke Flemming were on target in Five Bells' 3-1 victory over Real 60, whose goal came from Darryl Vivash.

Second-placed Chatham Town Sundays came out on top 2-1 against third-placed Bells in the Senior Section as Callum Peck and Harrison Hume outscored Emmanuel Oli.

Adam Bush netted for Cliffe Woods Colts in their 1-1 draw with Rainham Kenilworth Athletic.

Premier Division leaders 16A won 2-0 with Borden Park Wanderers, Manny Latunde and Jack Shaw bagging the points.

Intergills hit Anchorians for six without reply with Josh Waters leading the way with four goals, Ellis Drew and Michael Smith completed the scoring.

Medway Lions and Park Regis Fountain shared the points in a 3-3 draw. Glen Drysdale, Graeme Barnes and Elliot Huitson for Medway Lions. Jack Brown, Michael Sullivan and Ben Deacon for the visitors.

Aaron Lorentson scored the only goal of the game for Medway Sport against Pentagon in the first match of their double header.

Pentagon turned the result round in the second game, winning 4-0 against Medway Sport. Frankie Kennedy (2), Jack Thompson and Luca Robinson were their marksmen.

Thamesview went down 6-0 to Cliffe Woods Rangers with Ben Blake, Devon Smith, Harvey Hand, Sam Allen, James Dolb and Danny Stevenson on target.

Caleb Dyce with a brace and Connor Trussell were on target for Division 1 leaders Medway Rovers 17 in their 3-0 win against Cross Park.

Medway United Central lost 4-0 to Bredhurst Rovers in the first game with Jake Wells, Billy Cobb and Neal Parkes among the scorers.

Nathan Young, Steven Giles, Thomas Hayes, Usman Amin, Parkes and Karl Lennon were on the scoresheet in the second game for Bredhurst Rovers as they won 6-1, Hans Mogere with the consolation.

Rainham Kenilworth Rangers lost 4-2 to Cliffe Woods Colts A, Jack Burnham bagged a hat-trick with Kyle Williams completing the scoring.

Declan Cook, Luke Holmes, Davud Kilinc, Rhys Fosher (2) and Travis Henson all found the back of the net for Rochester in a 6-2 truimph over New Brompton 1893, who replied through Jon Goodman and Connor Sandwell.

James Saffery (2) and Richard Gregory scored the Wigmore goals as they shared six goals and the points with Cuxton 1991, Dan Haggar (2) and Ted Lay replied.

In Division 2, Jamie Reeves scored the Anchorians United goal in their 3-1 defeat to Cliffe Woods Colts Reserves in the first game. Steve Miller, Phil Swatton and Tom Searle scored for Cliffe.

Searle, Louis Hanley, Swatton and Ashley Trigg were on target for Cliffe Woods Colts Reserves in game two of the double header.

Jamie Blackham with the Chatham Town MFC consolation in their 8-1 loss to FC Catalans who had two hat-tricks - one for Ryan Fuller and the other from Samuel Heard. Josh Shaw and Dan Ballard completed the scoring.

Medway Athletic 19 had Jamie Gamble and Billy Greenall to thank for their 2-1 win against Palmerston Athletic, who scored through Sean Gilham.

Jake Creed with the lone strike in Milton & Fulston United’s 2-1 defeat to Bredhurst Juniors, George Cowdrey and Harvey Nye ensured the points for Bredhurst Juniors.

Clinton Johnstone scored Rainham Eagles; goal in their 1-1 draw with Pentagon Reserves, James Brightwell replying.

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