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Barham Hits FIVE For Boro

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Greenwich Borough`s Jack Barham had a Tuesday night to remember as he hit FIVE goals in a 6-1 romp at second-bottom Molesey to lift his side into fourth place in the Bostik League South.

Barham`s first goal after 12 minutes was cancelled out by Ross Chalke on 28 minutes.

But he scored either side of half-time to complete his hat-trick and made it 4-1 from the penalty spot on 56 minutes.

Travis Gregory got in on the act to make it a nap hand for the visitors in the 71st minute and Barham`s fifth came just 6 minutes later.

Walton Casuals are sixth but had to make do with a point from a 2-2 draw at the Elmbridge Xcel Sports Hub against usually poor travellers Guernsey.

But the Channel Islanders shocked their hosts by racing into a 2-0 lead with goals from Alex Le Provost after 25 minutes and veteran Ryan Zico-Black 6 minutes later.

Jack Sammoutis eventually reduced the deficit 8 minutes after the break and then a Harry Mills penalty restored parity for Casuals in the 68th minute.

The evening`s two other games produced good away wins for Kent neighbours Herne Bay and Ramsgate.

Bay moved up to thirteenth in the table after a 5-3 win at fourth-bottom East Grinstead Town, while the Rams won by the odd goal in five at Kent rivals Sittingbourne, who are sixteenth.

At College Lane, Tom Carlton gave Herne Bay a 4th minute lead that Marcus Elliott cancelled out 9 minutes later.

A Jake Embery brace on 30 and 47 minutes pulled Bay away and a second for Carlton 3 minutes later made it 4-1.

Charlie Postance came off the bench to reduce the deficit to two on the hour-mark, only for Miles Cornwell to make it 5-2 less than a minute later, rendering Postance`s second in stoppage time as just a consolation.

Ramsgate came back from 2-0 down ton win at Woodstock Park.

Dave Smith after 10 minutes and then Tom Loynes after 61 minutes gave Bourne their lead.

Two minutes later, Tom Chapman began the comeback and Liam Dickson equalised with 9 minutes to go and almost straight from the restart, Aaron Millbank won it for the visitors.


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