Mickleover Reserves go goal crazy again in CML
Richard Lane rounds up Saturday's action involving Derbyshire's teams in the Central Midlands League.
Mickleover Reserves took their goal tally to 17 in two games as they hammered Wirksworth Ivanhoe 8-1.
Devon Smith scored a hat-trick to ad to his five last Saturday, George Atwal grabbed two and there were also goals for Fin Barker, Jacob Edge-Lucas and Jude Ayetine. Dan Watson got a consolation for Wirksworth.
Pinxton almost matched them, scoring seven without reply against Hilton Harriers. Jay Cooper and Sion Green each scored twice with Kieran Debrouwer, John Fones and and an own goal completing the scoring.
A single Riley Phillips goal secured the points for Long Eaton Community against Rowsley 86 and Teveral Reserves also won by the only goal against Holbrook St Michaels, Kyle Coleman scoring the winner on 77 minutes.
South Normanton Athletic and Mickleover RBL shared four goals at Lees Lane, Matt Fowler put the Shiners ahead on 25 minutes, Jack Smedley levelling just before half time. Henry Brooks restored the home side’s lead midway through the second half only for Jordan Lee to equalise again nine minutes from time.
Clay Cross lead the way in the Premier North Division, making it three wins from three with a 3-1 win at Crowle Colts. Two goals from Lewis Macaskill and one for Jordan Hendley did the trick, Tom Moulds with Crowle’s reply.
St Joseph’s Rockware were 7-3 winners against Staveley Reserves, whose scorers were Zander Duhameau, Kian Tansley and Jack Allerton.
In Division One Central, Bakewell Town defeated Blidworth Welfare 4-1, Joe Poste, Alex Moth, Aaron Maunde and an own goal doing the trick, Blidworth replying through Matty Toseland who had also scored for the first team on Friday evening.
Kilburn started their season with a 3-1 win over Ashland Rovers with Isaac Anderson- Raymond getting two and Dan Millward also on the scoresheet. Ashland’s was an own goal.
There were two games in Division One South. Carlton Town beat Melbourne Dynamo 3-1, goals here for Ellis Tongue, Kia Moore and Jamie Davies while Melbourne, whose reply came from 16 year old Oscar Supple, had the handicap of losing their keeper after 35 minutes for handling outside the area.
Ripley Town also won 3-1 at Linby Colliery with goals from Shane Burrows, Arron Leeman and Aaron Northmore.