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Saturday, 25 October 2014

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Galloping Horse edge out Barca in League Cup

Galloping Horse stunned Barca 32 in the Divisional Cup by winning just their second match of the season to go through 2-1.

Galloping are bottom of the Workington & District Sunday League’s second division with just a solo win and a draw to their name.

Opponents Barca don’t fair much better, with only two wins from their 13 matches.

Sean Boal and Darren Graham were on target to gift the home side the win, and secured their place in round two.

A Gary Blackwell goal was all Barca 32 could manage as they crashed out at the first hurdle.

Cup competitions took precedence last weekend with three matches being completed in the League Cup.

Hall Park Hotel are into the fourth round with a thumping 6-0 win over Borough.

Brian Straughton scored a hat-trick with Ryan Connelly bagging a brace and Mally Holliday completing the rout.

In round two, Flimby beat Seaton Juniors 2-1 thanks to a double from Jamie Bethwaite.

Red Lion also booked their spot in round three with a 2-0 win over Re-Session. Paul Cuthell and Matt Prior were on target for the visitors.

Dearham have progressed in the County Sunday Cup after disposing of Fats (Spinners) 1-0.

They are now into the semi finals where Red Lion are their opponents.

Just two league games went ahead with Division One’s top two both winning.

Lounge 41 beat third-placed Maryport Bounty 4-2.

Chris Taylor, Alan Stoddart, Ben McGlasson and Dave Thompson all scored for the home side with Mark Barlow and Dale Dickinson on hand for Bounty.

Deer Orchard made sure their rivals didn’t pull clear with a thumping 5-0 win over bottom side Waverley. Keith Skillen scored a hat-trick with Regan Tinnion and Nat Mitchell completing the scoring.

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