Deadman very much alive as Park Farm cruise through

Pitured is the Crowland Under 13 team beaten 6-3 by Park Farm Black in the Hereward Cup. From the left they are, back,  Jacob Hendy, Arturs Sinavskis, Mados Jurkstas, Ash Carr, Ewan Hoyles, Kai Holmes, Jack Wortley, front,  Louis Carr, Charlie Nicholls, Kyre Santoro, Tyler Wortley, Pijus Abiomavicius.

Pitured is the Crowland Under 13 team beaten 6-3 by Park Farm Black in the Hereward Cup. From the left they are, back, Jacob Hendy, Arturs Sinavskis, Mados Jurkstas, Ash Carr, Ewan Hoyles, Kai Holmes, Jack Wortley, front, Louis Carr, Charlie Nicholls, Kyre Santoro, Tyler Wortley, Pijus Abiomavicius.

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This year’s Under 13 Hereward Cup final could well turn out to be an all-Park Farm affair.

The competition is for Division Three and Division Four teams and Park Farm top both those divisions.

Park Farm Red are the Division Three leaders with an impeccable five wins from five while Park Farm Black top Division Four, also with a 100 per cent record after five games.

Both stormed to convincing victories in the first round of the Hereward Cup on Sunday and as they’re at opposite ends of the draw they could well meet in the final.

Park Farm Red hammered Parkside in their opening tie 14-1 with Riley Deadman finding the back of the net seven times and substitute Liam Nightingale hitting a hat-trick.

Park Farm Black beat Crowland from the division above 6-3 thanks to strikes by Lacko Stanislav (3), Peter Duda, Gediminas Kozik and Daniel Sot.

In The Under 13 League Cup the biggest win was enjoyed by Pinchbeck. They thrashed Division Two rivals Leverington 15-3 and leading the way on their scoresheet with five was Corey Compton.

Division One pacesetters Alconbury also hit double figures against Division Two side Oundle. They won 11-0 with Harrison Radwell claiming six of the goals to take his total for the season to 34.

In Under 14 Division One there was another big win for Wasps. They overcame Wisbech St Mary 9-2 to make it seven wins out of seven.

Jazleigh Fife got four of the goals and Louie Venni bagged a brace.

Stamford dropped their first points of the season in Under 14 Division Three when being held to a 2-2 draw at Oundle. Addison Bines and Freddie Davies were the players on target for Oundle while Searaj Abuzoda and Harvey Oxford netted for Stamford.

Stamford lead the way now by three points from Gunthorpe Sky.