ADL round-up: Dynamos keep the pressure on leaders Walton

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Aylesbury Dynamos kept the pressure on Premier Division leaders Walton Court Wanderers with an emphatic win in the latest round of ADL matches at the weekend.

The Dynamos achieved what no other team has this season when they hammered Berko Sports in their own backyard, 7-1 the full-time score. Chris Shennan grabbed a hat-trick and Nath Brownsword added another two plus there were also goals for Kudzay Sangoya and Jamie Lewis.

Elmhurst all but ensured their survival with a 3-2 victory over Long Marston. Akeel Khan, Imran Khan and Shazad Hussain scoring the all-important goals.

Aylesbury Sports are the form side in Division One and they remain in second place after beating third-placed Bedgrove Dynamos 3-2 thanks largely to Kirsten Edworthy’s double. Matty Prince scored the other.

FC Spandits won a relegation six-pointer 5-3 over bottom side Oving - Paul Fox and Ross Bunker with two goals apiece.

In Division Two, leaders Long Crendon romped to a 7-0 win over FC Spandits Reserves to maintain their dominance in the league. The win came via seven different goal scorers and keeps Crendon four points clear with two games in hand.

Bucks CC Reserves’ promotion hopes took a blow when they were beaten 3-1 by Haddenham Utd Reserves. Andrew Lambie (2) and James Bloomfield ending Bucks’ run and keeping Haddenham in the hunt for promotion.

At the bottom, Tring Titans earned a priceless win 3-2 over Rivets Sports - just their second victory of the season - to move out of the bottom two. James Bushe, Matte Easie and Tom North all scored for the Titans.

In Division Three, Waddesdon’s net was finally breached for the first time in seven games as the returning Ryan Shefras helped leaders Tring Town AFC win 1-0. Tring’s victory ensured Waddesdon remained behind them in the title race.

Third-placed Rivets Sports Reserves took full advantage with a 6-4 win over SUFC to move within three points of second place. Sam Webb bagged a hat-trick while two own goals and a strike from Billy Lane saw off SUFC, who had Chris Cackett score twice plus goals from Rob Winkworth and Shane Lockey.

In Division Four, champions FC Mandeville lost for only the second time this season when they went down 2-1 at home to Long Crendon Reserves. Liam Marshall with a brace.

Crendon are hot on the heels of second-placed Tetsworth Reserves, who beat Tring Titans Reserves 6-1 after both Jim Swain and Jordan Finch scored twice. Julian Reed and Dan Montague netted the others.

In the cup competitions, Wendover got revenge on rivals FC Mandeville, knocking them out of the Tom Sparkes League Cup after a 3-2 extra-time victory. The two meet in another cup and once more in the league in the next two months.

In the Sheffield Jackman Cup, Ludgershall are already into the semi-finals and they were joined by fellow ADL side Quainton, who thrashed Tetsworth 7-1 in a surprise result; Jodean Horwood and Matt Bradbury with doubles each.

Longwick Sports are also through after a tight 3-2 win over APR. Liam O’Donnell, Pat Callaghan, Sam Robertson on the score sheet.