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A second-half blitz ensured Bishop's Stortford Community Football Club under-14 United triumphed 5-1 at Cuffley in the Hertfordshire County Cup.

Callum Castle scored the only goal of the first period before doubling his team's lead with a smart finish at the near post after the restart.

That man Castle was also involved in his team's third goal as he was brought down inside the box and saw striker Rocco Zuccarello convert the penalty.

Cuffley did get on the score sheet, but exciting winger Freddie Higgs' two great finishes at the end of strong runs finished them off.

Under-16 Saints maintained their 100% start to the season and moved up to second in Mid-Herts Rural Minors League, Division Two with a 6-0 victory at Potters Bar United Whites.

Ollie Green smashed the ball home from Seth Sheldrake's indirect free kick after the opposition goalkeeper had handled a backpass to break the deadlock.

The lead was doubled when man-of-the-match Green's fierce shot was parried and Robbie Hamilton tapped in.

Saints ran away with it after the break as Harrison Walker bagged a brace, Tommy Glover finished off a fine counter-attack and Trey Jarvis headed in Glover's corner.

Kade Smith's treble helped under-15 Rangers romp to a 6-0 win at Baldock Town Templars in Royston Crow League, Division One.

Jack Farley, Callum Baker and Finley Tritton also scored in what was a commanding team performance.

There was also a hat-trick for man-of-the-match Josh Smith as under-15 Wanderers romped to a 6-1 win at Bengeo Tigers in RCL Division Three.

Joseph Newman, Mikey Stables and Lewis Richards got the other goals as they moved up to seventh place.

Wilson Baldock struck twice to steer under-14 Wanderers to a 3-1 victory over RCL Division Three title contenders Bocas Jogabonito Pumas.

BSCFC under-12 Town in their new away kit, kindly sponsored by DC Heating and Plumbing (52137971)
BSCFC under-12 Town in their new away kit, kindly sponsored by DC Heating and Plumbing (52137971)

His first came courtesy of a 20-yard drive before he successfully tucked away a penalty.

Those efforts put Wanderers 2-1 up at the interval and Dominic Fiddler then got the only goal of a tight second half.

Jamie Fordham's outstanding individual display helped under-12 United overcome Ware Youth Clarets 4-1 in the MHRML Premier Division.

He opened the scoring with a fine solo run and shot into the top corner before doubling the advantage with a brilliant free kick.

Ware did pull a goal back, but United were not to be denied and efforts from Rocco Girolami and Sam Braund ensured they triumphed.

Under-18 Rovers were unlucky to only take a point against Division Two leaders Wodson Park as the sides drew 3-3.

Having fallen behind, Will Thacker equalised by bundling the ball in after Charlie Fisher's free kick had been pushed out by the goalkeeper.

Thacker netted again to put Rovers ahead and Jack Frings extended the lead further before the break.

However, Thacker went off injured and Frings began to suffer from cramp and, with no substitutes available, Rovers were pegged back.

They did almost win the game, despite their numerical disadvantage, when Adam Blair-Park volleyed against the post at the death. Fergus Shinnick was named man of the match.

The under-14 girls lost a high-scoring Hertfordshire Girls Football Partnership League contest with Wormley Rovers 7-5.

Macey Brown scored twice and was joined on the score sheet by Gemma Beazley, Hannah Cole and Anna Baros.

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