68 goals in seven games in Workington Sunday league
Last updated at 11:27, Friday, 15 February 2013
Workington's Sunday league strikers lashed 68 goals in just seven games.
The incredible scoring spree was aided by Real Red House’s 14-1 triumph over Broughton in division one.
Gavin Martin top scored with seven goals from the away side.
And there was 13 goals scored as Workington Reds House beat Deer Orchard 9-4 in the premier division.
Greg Quayle was the hero, completing a hat-trick. Scott Pears scored twice with Colin McAllister, Ryan Edmondson ans Lee Pears also hitting the target.
The win moves Reds House level on points with leaders Hall Park Hotel.
Both clubs have 15 points, but HPH have two games in hand.
Deer Orchard remain fifth in the top flight. Their scorers were Richard Askew, Paul Williamson, Dan Burns and Kane Tinnion.
Averaging eight goals across the weekend, Senhouse Street kept their premier division title challenge alive with a 6-3 win over Spartak 41.
Scott Weston and Mike Kilgour both scored twice for the home side. Chris McKenna and John Irving added the extras. Danny Kennedy also scored twice, but it wasn’t enough for struggling Spartak. Gary Barnes also netted for the visitors, who remain one place and one point above bottom club Dearham Commercial.
Senhouse Street are now four points behind pace setters Hall Park Hotel.
Even Borough Miners enjoyed a solid weekend, scoring four times against Aspatria Pistols en route to move off the foot of the table. Tom Allyson, Wayne Smith, Craig Lewthwaite and Andrew Metherall were the match winners.
The win sees Borough move above both Dearham and Spartak 41. Craig Wilson, Kenneth Bowes and Richard Hudson all found the back of the net for Aspatria, who stay fourth.
In division one, Real Red House showed their title credentials with a stunning 14-1 win over Broughton. Adding to Martin’s seven strikes were Garry Birkett, Jonny Donnat and Gaz O’Leary, who all scored twice.
John Price netted the 14th goal for Red House, who are now just two points behind leaders Seaton Royal Oak, but with a game in hand.
Broughton stay bottom with just one win from their seven matches.
First published at 11:23, Friday, 15 February 2013
Published by http://www.newsandstar.co.uk
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