Newark Football Alliance gameweek 2: RHP's Daryl Price fires 7 past Collingham in 12-goal extravaganza
Daryl Price smashed seven past Collingham as RHP flew to an incredible 8-4 victory against last year’s Division One winners Collingham.
His first half hat-trick was followed by a further four goals in the second half — the pick of the bunch was his second as he dribbled past four players, before coolly slotting the ball past the goalkeeper.
Adam Boddy was also on target for RHP, heading home Price’s cross at the back post.
A thrilling first half put Genes on their way to a 3-2 victory over Holy Trinity as Haydn Havard’s brace and Ste Petrou’s goal put the Grantham side 3-1 up.
Jordan Sowerby’s 60th minute effort pulled the deficit back to one, but the green’s failed to find the illusive equaliser.
Harrison Holland’s hat-trick proved the difference for Flowserve as his second half strikes fired his side to a 4-1 victory over Witham.
In Division One, East Bridgford had six different scorers against an injury-hit Rose & Crown, as they ran out comfortable 6-2 winners.
Edward Munton’s 87th minute strike secured the points for FC Newark in a seven-goal thriller against Farnsfield.
Farnsfield took a 2-1 lead into half-time, but second half strikes from Samuel Graves, Carl Marriot and Munton completed the 4-3 comeback.
Tylor Brandan Leeds and Jacob Buxton were on target for Robin Hood in their 2-1 victory against Laxton.
Cameron Saville ensured Sutton continued their winning start to Division Two as he was on target in the 3-0 victory over Knowhow.
Fernwood are keeping pace with Sutton at the top of the table as they came from behind to beat Trinity Reserves 3-1.
Chris Larkin put the reserve side ahead, before goals from Liam Price, Joshua Johnson and substitute Mike Brett turned the tie on its head.
There were goal-fests elsewhere in the division, and Ronald Kennedy fired four past Bleasby in RHP Reserves’ 5-2 win.
He was joined on the scoresheet by Sam Wilford.
Cavs ran out 6-2 winners in the eight-goal thriller with Flowserve Reserves.
Again, there was a four-goal scoring hero. This time it was Christopher Wareham, while Ashley Mersh and Michael Knott were also on target for Cavs.
Domonic Hade scored a brace for the visitors.
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