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Staffordshire County Senior League

By Leek Post and Times  |  Posted: August 28, 2014

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BALL Haye Green came back from a goal down to win 5-1 at Brereton Social in the Premier Division on Saturday

Luke Allen put the home side ahead in the 32nd minute, but Sam Golding equalised eight minutes later and then went on to complete a hat-trick with further goals in the 65th and 77th minutes.

Serkart Ahmaoi scored Green's fifth in the final minute.

Cheadle Town conceded their 15th goal in four starts when they were hit for six at home to Abbey Hulton United.

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Josh Graham scored four and Mark Graham twice for the visitors. Adam Cartiledge replied.

Leek CSOB maintained their 100 per cent record as Division One leaders with a 4-0 success at Featherstone Prison.

Zak Barker netted twice and Matt Anderson and Mark Fox completed the scoring to make it four wins from four starts for Old Boys.

Knypersley Victoria ran out 5-2 winners away to Foley after going ahead through Mike Harding in the seventh minute.

Carl Batchelor equalised in the 38th minute, but Mitch Brown put the Vics 3-1 up with strikes in the 50th and 58th minutes, and Tom Roper added the visitors fourth after 75 minutes.

Harj Singh responded for Foley two minutes later, but Vics had the last say with a fifth goal netted by Danny Forrester eight minutes from time.

In Division Two North, two first half goals from Steve Chawner for visitors Leek CSOB reserves decided the game against Alsager.

In Division Two South, Cheadle Town reserves lost 2-0 at home to Real Medina through second half goals by Scott Powell and Courtney.

Leek CSOB made it four wins from four in the Division One of the Staffordshire County Senior League last Wednesday night, when they triumphed 3-1 away to Bradwell.

Two goals from Zak Barker, and a further strike by Mark Fox, extended Old Boys' lead at the top of the table to four points.

Elsewhere, in the Premier Division, Leek Town reserves won 4-2 away to Brereton Social, but both Cheadle Town and Ball Haye Green suffered defeats on their travels.

Cheadle Town went down 2-0 at Hanley Town, after a goalless first half, and Ball Haye Green were beaten 5-1 at Eccleshall.


Wednesday, August 27

Premier Division

AFC Hanley Town v Wolstanton Utd; AFC Leek Town v Audley; Alsager Town v Abbey Hulton Utd; Brereton Social v Cheadle Town; Kidsgrove Athletic v Ball Haye Green; Newcastle Town v Hilton Harriers; Norton Utd v Florence.

Division One

Ashbourne v Knypersley Vics; Betley v Abbey Hulton Utd; Bradwell v Redgate Clayton; Cheadle SMU v Foley; Hawkins Sports v Norton Utd; Silverdale Athletic v Milton Utd; Uttoxeter Town v Stapenhill.

Division Two North

AFC Alsager v Knypersley Vics; Alsagers Bank v Leek CSOB; Betley v Eastwood Hanley.

Division Two South

Stone OA v Cheadle Town; Wolverhampton SC v Brereton Social.

Saturday, August 30

Premier Division

Abbey Hulton Utd v AFC Leek Town; AFC Hanley Town v Audley; Brereton Social v Eccleshall; Cheadle Town v Newcastle Town; Kidsgrove Athletic v Hilton Harriers; Norton Utd v Alsager Town; Redgate Clayton v Florence; Wolstanton Utd v Ball Haye Green.

Division One

Ashbourne v Leek CSOB; Bradwell v Knypersley Vics; Cheadle SMU v Featherstone; Foley v Hawkins Sports; Norton Utd v Milton Utd; Silverdale Athletic v Betley; Uttoxeter Town v Redgate Clayton.

Division Two North

Betley v Leek CSOB; Congleton Rovers v LAFC; Eastwood Hanley v AFC Alsager; Florence v Tunstall Town; Market Drayton Tigers v Alsagers Bank.

Division Two South

Hilton Harriers v Cheadle Town; Real Medina v Brereton Social; Stone OA v Cannock Utd; Wolverhampton SC v Hawkins Sports.

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