Rob strikes double and Tenby too hot for Saints
2:31pm Wednesday 25th September 2013 in Sport
Merlins Bridge 4
MERLINS Bridge eased to a comfortable four-goal victory at Hundleton.
Starring for the Wizards was Rob Shipton, the striker grabbing a goal in each half. The visitors took the lead in the fifth minute when Hundleton goalkeeper Dan Griffiths parried a penalty effort, but Stephen McNabney made no mistake with the rebound.
Shipton added the second goal five minutes before half time. Peter Thomas was on target with the third in the 70th minute and Shipton added the fourth two minutes later.
HUNDLETON: Dan Griffiths, Rhodri Davies, Dan Preece, Shaun Donahoe, Jonny Hay, Jason Donahoe, Geraint Lewis, Lloyd Wilson, Lee Murray, Jack Richards, Jamie Stanley. Subs: Thomas Powell, Craig Asperassa.
MERLINS BRIDGE: Carl Woodhouse, Matthew Ellis, Dai Rees, Paul Thomas, Jordan Raymond, Simon Thomas, Peter Thomas, Dai Davies, Rob Shipton, Stephen McNabney, Marcus Taylor. Subs: Jonathan Sable, Jac Pepper.
REFEREE: Charles Davies.
St Clears 0
BILLY Vaughan scored twice and assisted with a goal to help Tenby to a four-goal victory at St Clears.
Vaughan opened the scoring in the 30th minute, keeper James Dixon parried his first shot, but he made no mistake with the rebound.
Jordan Richards met Vaughans corner to make it 2-0 at half time. Twenty minutes into the second period and Richard Perry scored with a spectacular bicycle kick.
Ten minutes from full time Vaughan slotted home with a one-on-one with keeper Dixon, but the visitors missed a hatful of other goal scoring chances.
St Clears: James Dixon, Danny Peters, Kristian Isaacs, James Hower, Sean Seymour Davies, Martin Thomas, Gareth Griffiths, Nathan Evans, Ian Derbyshire, Josh Jones, Steve Thomas. Subs: Scott Page, Eddie Wiggins, Ollie Evans.
TENBY: Dafydd Jones, Curtis Hurlow, Phil Cattlin, Alex Harley, Ashley Andrews, Daryl Mansbridge, Josh Bevan, Billy Vaughan, Richard Perry, Jerome Mansbridge, Jordan Richards. Subs: Sam Christopher, Scott Ferney.
REFEREE: David Badger.
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