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Medway Messenger Sunday League round-up (23/05/21)

Premier Division leaders 16A suffered their first defeat of the season, losing 2-1 to second-placed Pentagon for whom Bradley Killick and Jack Thompson scored.

Fred Mubriu, Reece Marjolin and Reece Cunningham (2) were on target for Anchorians in their 4-2 win over Cliffe Woods Rangers.

Jack Fitton, Liam Ogle (2) and Scott Gillman were on the scoresheet for Borden Park Wanderers as they ran out 4-2 winners over Intergills, who replied through Harry Freeman and Josh Waters.

Callum Burton, Graham Norris and Josh Lyons saw Hempstead United to a 3-2 victory over Thamesview.

Michael Sullivan (2), Chris Elliot and Ben Deacon claimed the Park Regis Fountain goals at Medway Sport.

Division 1 leaders Medway Rovers 17 were held to a 2-2 draw by Bredhurst Rovers. Billy Cobb scored from his own half for Bredhurst with Zeki Hussein also netting.

Ainsley Linton scored a consolation for Cliffe Woods Colts A in a 7-1 defeat to Wigmore. Tom Bond grabbed a hat-trick, Michael Freeman a brace and Isaac Owen and Aaron Saffery one each.

Cross Park and Omega 92 shared six goals and the points in a 3-3 draw. Sean Turner, Mike Dungworth and Josh Mitchell scored for Cross Park, Rafael Shadare, Ryan Collier and Jake Lee replied for Omega 92.

Ted Lay, Harry Martin, Joe Simmons and a Dan Haggar penalty all netted for Cuxton 1991 in their 4-0 victory at New Brompton 1893.

Rochester were shaded 2-1 by Rainham Kenilworth Rangers despite Luke Holmes' goal, Swayze Whale and Samuel Porter netted for the victors.

In Division 2, a George Cowdrey hat-trick set up Bredhurst Juniors for a 5-2 win against Palmerston Athletic, Jack Cope and Reiss Elvinwith grabbed the other goals.

Ashley Laurence's goal was not enough for second-placed Cliffe Woods Colts Reserves as they lost 3-1 to leaders Eagles, who had Harry Nash (2) and Darren Minall to thank for their victory.

Samuel Heard bagged a hat-trick with Jack Yeowell and Jak Godfrey completing the scoring as FC Catalans won 5-1 against Anchorians United, whose consolation came from Ife Famo.

Milton & Fulston United completed the double over Gillingham Town in a double header winning 5-0 in the first game and 2-0 in the second. James Gasson (3), Lewis Creed and Adam Wildey scored in the first and Gasson and Jordan Burton in the second.

Kieran Evans' first goal for Pentagon Reserves was not enough as they lost 6-1 to Chatham Town MFC in the first game. Adam Norris, Sam Wells, Harry Whitehead, Jack Norris, Dillon Rogers and Fabian Bzdek all found the target.

Chatham Town MFC won the second game 3-0 thanks to Norris, Whitehead and Jayden Sebesta.

Rainham Eagles lost 4-0 to Medway Athletic 19, whose goals came from Jamie Gamble (2), Brad Fowler and Kerry D’Rosario.

Division 3 Medway Rovers 20 lost 8-2 to ASK Medway despite Sam Kenny's brace. Bobby Stuart (3), Sam Slipper (2), Kye Humphrey, Lee Hewitt and Thomas Wooding ensured the points for Rovers.

Medway United West went down 4-1 to second-placed High Halstow, Ross Wornham, Joel Wakefield, Boston Laming and Luke Staples doing the damage despite Markus Jarmak's reply for Medway United West.

Harry Balderston, Joshua Robinson, Roman Makula (2), Kye Knapitsch and Luke Hawkins were all on target for Bredhurst in their 6-0 victory at Rochester Eagles.

The final Senior Section game of the season saw second-placed Chatham Town Sundays come out on top, winning 6-4 against Rainham Kenilworth Athletic. Doubles from Matthew Getthing and Max Morgan plus Callum Peck and Jake Bell strikes did the damage.

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