Saturday, October 16, 2010

Hannah hits seven in goal spree

 Source: The FA

 The FA Carlsberg Trophy

 By Andy Lloyd-Williams - Saturday, 16 October, 2010

 Matlock Town score ten and FC United also victorious in 1Q ties.

The FA Carlsberg Trophy
First Round Qualifying
Saturday 16 October
Winning clubs receive £2200 from The FA's prize fund
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Ross Hannah hit seven goals as 1975 Trophy winners Matlock Town hammered Bedworth 10-0 on a busy day in The FA Carlsberg Trophy.

The 23-year-old striker has had 'a quiet start to the season' according to club secretary Keith Brown but it is certainly up and running now.

Matlock led a modest 2-0 at half time after Hannah twice took on through balls to slot home. But the floodgates opened in the second half as the former Belper Town man added five more, with Nathan Joynes, Liam King and Steve Warne also getting on the score sheet.

A Ben Deegan hat-trick fired FC United of Manchester to a 5-0 victory over Newcastle Town at Gigg Lane. Mike Norton was also on target for United.

Sutton United continued their strong start to the season with a convincing 3-1 victory over Tooting and Mitcham at Gander Green Lane. Paul Doswell's men have got their season off to a flier and currently sit second in the Isthmian Premier.

Andy Forbes, on loan from Woking, opened the scoring for The U's in the first half before strikes from Sam Page and Kennedy Adjei sealed the win.

Harlow Town left it late to beat Bedford Town as Leo Roget hit the winner in the 85th minute to clinch a 3-2 win. David Cowley, who had himself scored earlier in this end-to-end tie, crossed for Leo Roget, who stabbed the ball into the top corner of the net.

Weymouth beat Bashley 2-1 at the Wessex Stadium to gain revenge for a 4-1 league reverse in August. Bashley have not won since the end of September but perhaps this defeat will allow Steve Riley's men to concentrate on their league form.

Horsham strolled to a 3-0 victory over Redbridge at Gorings Mead. Steve Davies opened the scoring for the Hornets midway through the first half before slotting home his second just after the break. Former Dartford man Allan Tait added a third late on.

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