Hollington goal spree delights Price

Hollington returned to action with an amazing 9-1 win against Ringmer AFC.

Hollington take on Sidley earlier in the season
Hollington take on Sidley earlier in the season

The Lions dominated from the first whistle and after 20 minutes, Kian Moynes was denied by Ringmer’s keeper and an unlucky defender headed it into his own net.

In the 39th minute they doubled their lead after a nice bit of play led to a sweet cross that Kian Moynes smashing in from close range.

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Just before half-time Ringmer tucked in a penalty.

In the 53rd minute Moynes struck the ball into the top corner. Four minutes later Sam White scored after a fantastic solo run into the box was finished off with a brilliant shot.

Hollington made it five just on the hour when a free-kick was played into the box and Wes Tate volleyed in.

They scored again in the 64th minute when Andy Corrigan struck one sweetly into the bottom corner.

Brett Patton got on the scoresheet from close range.

When Hollington won a penalty with nine minutes to go. Moynes completed his hat-trick.

Two minutes later Patton scored his second goal after a fantastic run into the box.

Manager Scott Price said: “I’d say that performance was as close to perfection as I’ve seen at this level of football.

“The way the boys played at time was a joy to watch. Maybe we need another five-week break before we play again.

“Apart from the first, the other eight goals were all well-worked team goals or individual brilliance. A big thank you to the supporters who braved the horrific conditions.”