Aylesbury United News Story

Division One Central/FA Trophy Roundup

Wednesday 09 October 2013 - 10:00 am | Added by: Admin to Calor League, Club News | No comments | Used tags: , ,

Seven Calor League Division One Central matches took place on Tuesday night, with top five sides of Daventry Town, Dunstable Town, Barton Rovers, Royston Town and Beaconsfield SYCOB all victorious.

A goal in each half from Ashley Robinson and Joe Henderson got Daventry back to winning ways, having lost to Dunstable Town last time out, with a hard fought 2-0 home win over Egham Town.

Dunstable themselves blew away St Ives Town with four first half goals putting them 4-0 up at Westwood Road, before a late consolation made the final score 1-4, whilst Barton won 3-1 at North Greenford United, but had to come from behind after Danny Vincent's first minute opener put the hosts ahead.

Also winners on the road were Beaconsfield SYCOB, who continued Ashford Town (Mx)'s poor run of form by inflicting a 4-1 defeat on their hosts, with Brian Haule scoring his second goal in two games and Aaron Lansiquot hitting a brace.

Royston won by a solitary goal at home to Uxbridge, Joe De La Salle's 11th minute strike proving to be decisive for a 1-0 result.

Back on the theme of away wins, and Aylesbury United were the fourth side to win on opposition turf as they moved up to 11th with a 3-0 win at Potters Bar Town, with Stacey Field scoring twice.

Big winners of the night though were Northwood, who romped to an 8-3 thrashing of struggling Chertsey Town, a scoreline thaty included a hattrick for Nico Muir at Northwood Park.

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In the FA Trophy Preliminary Round replays, two Division One Central sides progressed through, but one went out of the competition.

Aylesbury FC hosted Ryman League Division One South leaders VCD Athletic, and came from behind to send their Kent opponents crashing to their first defeat of the season, as Matt Hall scored an injury time screamer to send the Moles to the next round.

Having successfully appealed their winding up order in court a day earlier, two late goals helped Kettering Town progress, having fallen behind after just four minutes at Romulus. Jake Newman and Chris Logan then swung the tie in the Poppies' favour, scoring after 81 and 90 minutes respectively.

There wasn't such good news for Chalfont St. Peter though, who made the long journey to Bridgwater Town and, having lead with just four minutes of extra time remaining, eventually lost out 5-3 on penalties.


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