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Tingle then completed his treble on 74 minutes when he headed home at the far post and a happy Scott Edwards netted his first goal for Ruardean six minutes from time to complete the scoring and a 6-1 romp.
Stonehouse Town ended the calendar year in style by continuing their impressive form with a 4-0 home victory over Wick.
Gala themselves had created several good scoring opportunities in the first half but failed to take them while Henbury could have put the game out of their opponents’ reach three minutes into the second period as Johnson squandered a golden chance.
That seemed to spell a swift change in fortunes for the hosts as Gala began their remarkable recovery on 50 minutes.
They did so courtesy of a 2-1 victory at the Rose Green Sports Centre over Hillfields, the side who beat them 4-3 in last season’s epic final.
Aaron Cornwall and Dominic Holver grabbed the vital goals for the unstoppable Bristol Premier Sunday League champions, who went on to overcome Barnes, the Chiswick Sunday League kings, by the same 4-3 scoreline in the third round of the FA Sunday Cup at a 3G facility in Feltham.
A long ball into the Henbury box wasn’t cleared and Ryan Dobbins pounced to scramble the ball in to reduce the arrears to 3-1.
It got better for Gala on 70 minutes when a misjudged pass by Henbury’s Jack Mills was intercepted by the away midfield who fed the ball through to Dobbins to fire past Dan O’Brien from the edge of the box for 3-2.
The rampant home side scored again on 66 minutes when a cross-cum-shot from Kane Fellows was misjudged by the Southmead keeper as the ball dropped into his net for 4-1.Ricky Tingle should have made it three but headed wide from three yards out and he and his team were made to rue the missed opportunity for a spell as, on 35 minutes, Southmead pulled a goal back after Ben Fry’s initial shot was saved by Aaron Underwood before the same player followed up to slot home and restore Ruardean’s two-goal advantage.After the break Dan Mason went close to extending Rangers’ lead with a 55th-minute shot while on the hour mark Charlie Mason embarked on a mazy run before being upended on the edge of the box.For all the latest news in grassroots football this is the page to visit.If you have a story to share, please email Simon Parkinson at Simon.
It was Stonehouse who scored the fourth and final goal right on time when Wick lost possession on the halfway line and Gale ran clear to round the keeper and score.