Warriors pick up a fine win over Kweensway

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Raunds Warriors produced a fine display in Division One of the Rushden & District Sunday League with an 11-1 demolition of Kweensway.

Danny Tarr led the scoring with four while Alex Wills (2), Josh Davies (2), Connor Montone and two own-goals rounded it off. Ben Wharton hit the consolation.

Ben Morgan and Mark Johnson both scored twice and there were goals for Andy Dobbs, Carlos Lewis, Corey James and James Woods as Titchmarsh beat Irchester Romans 8-0.

Reigning champions Victoria Millers opened their new season with a 7-1 victory over Stirrup Cup thanks to Jake Newman’s hat-trick, Luke Raftery’s brace and further strikes from Matt Judge and Theo Alcinder. Stirrup replied through Ben Penney.

Mark Dudley (3) and David Maguire (2) sealed Irchester Sports’ 5-2 success over Shelley Road as Jamie Black and Peter McNamee grabbed the consolations.

Elsewhere, Woodford Stars beat Burton Band 3-1 with Jason Vaughn, Mark Northover and Martin Kane on target. Sam Hawkes was Burton’s lone scorer.

K-Town Ducks continued their good start in Division Two as Chris Clarke, Darren Halfyard and Kieron Toseland sealed a 3-0 win over Rushden & Higham.

Sargents beat Ventura Vikings 5-2 thanks to Andy Davidson and doubles from Leigh Butler and Tom Martin with a double. Vikings’ replies came from Adam Randall (2).

Rushden Wheatsheaf were 3-1 victors over Colworth. Ashley King, Dave Townsend and Jamie Northover sealed the points while Ben Webster replied.

Isham Rangers were also 3-1 winners over Saxon thanks to Ash Swan, Craig Gallagher and Tino Orestano. Liam Swane scored the consolation.

Ali Oakenful grabbed both goals as Grammarians beat Burton Band Reserves 2-0.

Kettering United have started the Division Three season well and it continued as Danny Darker (3), Ross Patrick (2), Kane Robinson and Sean Hamblin sealed a 7-0 success over Dunhill United.

FC Phoenix picked up their second win of the season with a 3-2 victory against Wellingborough Allstars. Shaun Melville’s hat-trick was enough as he outscored Daniel Lang (2).

Ranelagh Falcons saw off Orchard Park by a 4-2 scoreline with Jason Ivory (2), Mark Gater and Philip Palmer doing the damage. It meant Jamie Butler’s double was in vain.

Chris Lewis and Russ Spring gave Higham Mill a 2-1 win over Isham Lilacs, who replied through Tom Watkins.

And, in the battled of two reserve teams, Shelley Road Reserves beat Saxon Reserves 3-1 thanks to Paul Eckins (2) and Richard Mackness. Ashley Taylor was on target for Saxon.

Division Four new boys Stanwick Rovers crushed Colworth Reserves 10-1.

Dane Chambers led the way with a hat-trick, Daniel Smith added a brace while Ash Hilton, Ben Rowley, Jake Burgess, Lewis Bardell and Paul Norton completed the rout. Nick Richards scored Colworth’s consolation.

Having had their opening game postponed, Raffertys opened up their season with a 7-1 victory over FC Hornets.

Tony Walker (3), Lee Wager (2), James Wallace and Martyn Lambeth won it for Rafferty’s while Kyle Taylor replied.

FC Phoenix Reserves beat Orchard Park Reserves 4-3 thanks to braces from Dan Tilley and Stuart Fenemore. Ben Lockley, Dan Wardiell and Taylor Cole were on target for Orchard.

Kettering United Reserves beat Rushden Wheatsheaf Reserves 3-2 with Guiseppe Massimo (2) and Chris Roscoe outscoring Damion Stiles and an own-goal.

Elsewhere, Horseshoe beat Irchester Romans Reserves 2-0 with goals from Craig Gilbert and Rob Carstairs.

In the Kettering Area Sunday League, Burton Grange took an early lead against Broughton Old Boys but ended up losing 7-2.

Dan Waller put Burton in front but Broughton hit back to lead 6-1 at half-time.

Billy McTaggart pulled one back for Grange but the Old Boys added one more as they completed a comfortable win thanks to hat-tricks from Paul De Fusco and Colin Thow and a further goal for Luke Bevin.

Sporting Club earned their second victory on the trot with a 6-1 defeat of Rising Sun.

Ryan Hall scored twice in each half with Danny Ward and Mark Watson also on target as Mel Ridley struck a makeshift Sun side’s reply.

New Cottingham took the points as they beat Lakeside Rangers 4-0 thanks to goals from Damion Burton, Lee Wildman, James Lewis and Steven Torrance.

And Corby Shamrock took the points against Welland Valley Panthers through default.