A brimful of goals for Asher

PUBLISHED: 16:16 13 October 2009 | UPDATED: 16:09 11 May 2010

Fowlmere 6 Saffron Crocus 2 ASHER Wilson was the pick of the bunch as Fowlmere put six goals past Saffron Crocus to progress in the Percy Oldham Memorial Cup. The winger bagged a hat-trick as Steve Walker s men bounced back in the best way possible from a

Fowlmere 6 Saffron Crocus 2

ASHER Wilson was the pick of the bunch as Fowlmere put six goals past Saffron Crocus to progress in the Percy Oldham Memorial Cup.

The winger bagged a hat-trick as Steve Walker's men bounced back in the best way possible from an 8-0 drubbing by West Row Gunners the week before.

Sean Turner and Sean Audley (two) were also on target for Fowlmere, the latter claiming the man-of-the-match accolade.

Audley also appears to be in a good run of form just in time to face his old team Foxton this Saturday in the Cliff Bullen Challenge Cup.

Making his debut for Fowlmere at the weekend was Trevor Symonds who signed from Needingworth.

Although he didn't get on the scoresheet against the Crocus Walker believes his new man will provide that little something that his team appears to be missing at the moment.

"We do create chances and have done all season but we have found it a bit difficult to score goals. Trevor has signed for us and he got 18 last season for Cambourne so we're very pleased to have brought him in.

"He gives us that little bit of experience up front that I feel we've been lacking.

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