Fowlmere and JM Metals are through to semi-finals

PUBLISHED: 12:00 18 May 2006 | UPDATED: 14:42 12 May 2010

Fowlmere 8 AFC Rock 0 JM Metals 2 Barrington 0 THE quarter finals of the Chris Boote Memorial Tournament kicked off this week with Fowlmere and JM Metals easing through to the semi-finals of the competition. In the opening match on Monday night, Fowlmere

Fowlmere 8 AFC Rock 0

JM Metals 2 Barrington 0

THE quarter finals of the Chris Boote Memorial Tournament kicked off this week with Fowlmere and JM Metals easing through to the semi-finals of the competition.

In the opening match on Monday night, Fowlmere knocked eight passed a helpless AFC Rock defence.

The rout was cemented thanks to goals from Chris Jelley, Mark Shouter, Ian Gill, George Kew and a fabulous four goal haul from player manager Trevor Symonds. JM Metals knocked out Barrington with Dalton O'Brien scoring twice.

They will be joined by the winners of Bassingbourn and Melbourn who played last night (Wednesday) and the winners of Foxton and Meldreth who play tonight (Thursday).

The semi-finals are scheduled for Monday and Tuesday with the final taking place on Friday, May 26.

AFC Rock:

Ricky Sullivan, John McMillan, Pete Evans, John Rigby, Stuart Jones, James Chisholm, Matt Day, Tim Hayden-Smith, Brian Dunster, Dave Hooks, Alex Pearce, John Sharp, Matt Eldridge & Paul Absolom (player/manager).

Fowlmere:

Carl Pedlar, Matt Foggo, Mark Halfacre, Chris Jelley, Mark Souter, Danny O'Farrell, Barry Wood, Ian Gill, Adam Fields, Trevor Symonds, Sean Douglas, George Kew, Rory Clark

Barrington:

K Stigwood, D Sewell, P Lockhead, K Seagraves, C Kay, A Steel, S Clark, A Bell, J Benson, M Kraney, S Isles, J Cockburn, L Mills, J Clement, M Lees

JM Metals:

David Coughlin, Liam Avsten, Francis Beck, Elliott Mc Grath, Steve Plumb, Oliver Mc Grath, Paul Stokes, Adam Stokes, Craig Hunter, Rob Ellis, Dalton O'Brien, Ryan Van Der Merne, David Plester.


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