WHO needs Jermain Defoe when you've got Steve Reddings.
The England striker might have hit five for Tottenham on Saturday, but Hanworth City's star striker eclipsed that feat 24 hours later, notching six in City's 13-1 drubbing of hosts Oisin Celtic in their Division Two clash. Reddings has now netted 20 times in seven matches this season.
Daryle Whyman bagged a hat-trick in the rout, and there was one each for Nathan Dilloway, Scott Reddings, Anthony Gardner and George Lloyd.
Feltham Cowboys Reserves beat Hanworth Park Reserves 3-1 thanks to a double for Olly Davies and one for Craig Wilson. Elsewhere in Division Two Hanworth Villa Sunday C continued their winning ways with a 5-1 win at Duke Rangers Vets. The visitors' goals were shared around with Spencer Wilmot, Tommy and Bobby Keen, Tony Healey and Leo on the scoresheet. Reece Wells struck a consolation for Duke Vets. The Rangers first XI had no better luck in their Premier Division clash at home to The Fox going down 3-2, despite goals from Daniel Duckett and Dave Hennesey. No such problems for Hanworth Villa Sunday A though as they beat FC Zion 4-0 with Steve Law, Darren Higgs, Anthony O'Sullivan and Joe Cropper the men on target. But Hanworth Park lost 2-1 at home to St Margarets.
Intermediate League action saw Duke Rangers Reserves win 2-1 at Hanworth Villa B. It was a good day for Daniels as Blackwell and Harris respectively got their goals. Bell on the Green Sunday continue to find the net with regularity in Division One. They trounced GSK 6-1 led by a hat-trick from Darren Clow. Zac Goodwill bagged a brace and Jamie Mantle got the other. Meanwhile, Isleworth Victoria Veterans beat FC Hatton 4-0.