Scores on the Doors: Week 4

Medics 1sts go top after Henderson draw a blank against Crayola


Medics 1sts soared to the top of the table thanks to Nathan Campbell’s virtuoso display against Borussia Forsyth.

The striker scored three times as his side romped to victory, further goals from Dan Jones and Matthew Anderson giving the Medics a comfortable 5-0 win.

The Medics replaced Henderson Hall at the top of the table as the Oranges slipped to their first defeat of the season at the hands of Crayola.

Goals from Tom Ward, Chris Hindu and Tom Womersley saw Crayola run out 3-0 victors as they chalked up their first win of the season.

In the First Division’s other game Medics 2nds bounced back from their derby defeat last weekend to beat Barca Law Na thanks to a brace from Luke Spray that secured a 2-1 victory.


Aftermath and The Hurricanes were involved in an 11-goal thriller at Longbenton.

Aftermath smashed seven past the Blues as they triumphed 7-4 thanks largely to braces from Oli Galzari and Lewis Wilson. Greg Dickens, Darryl Basham and Adam Jones grabbed the other goals for the Division Two high flyers.

Roman Villa picked up their second success of the season as strikes from Oscar Francis and Tom Ullyot saw them secure a narrow 2-1 victory over a struggling Castle Leazes side.

Division Two also saw Boca Seniors and Lokomotiv share six goals this week with nothing able to separate the sides in a 3-3 draw.

Boca remain at the wrong end of the table after efforts from Ben Hunter, Teejay Coles and Andy Bisby weren’t enough to gain the three points.


Two teams emerged from Wednesday’s fixtures with their 100 per cent records intact in Division Three, with Newhist leading the way having one all of their opening three matches.

Goals from Will Robinson and Ray Crisp saw James Thornton’s men beat promotion rivals Politic Thistle 2-1 and keep them ahead of Brown Magic who also continued their impressive start the season thanks to a 4-1 win over Multiple Scoregasms; Phil Leddington-Hill, Rob Loveridge, Jonny Ryan and an own goal securing victory.

In the Division’s other match Newcastle Dynamos defeated Bio Neverlusen 1-0 after Gary Cook made the most of a loose ball in the box after the goalkeeper had spilt the ball.



Once again Division Four produced a number of results worthy of a Capital One Cup tie.

Thundercats are proving very strong contenders for an instant assent out of the bottom tier and they made light work of Trigger Happy, thumping their opponents 8-2 with Joe Harley netting a hat-trick. Tom Prichard and Moshin Ejaz alos contributed two goals a piece while Matt Carnell added an eighth.

One of the stand-out performers of the Intra Mural season so far has been Bayern Toonich Captain Johnny Armour and the striker continued his sensational form against Geomatrics, netting his third hat-trick in three appearances in his side’s 6-2 win.

The final game of the week saw Sub-Standard Liege slot seven past Crystal Phallus with Intra Mural stalwart Jake Wimhurst netting four.

Wimhurst was a regular on the scoresheet for Ar U Shavin A Laugh last season and reminded rivals of his lethal ability inLiege’s 7-2 win. Mike Parkinson (2) and Jordan Mundy-Gill completed the scoring.