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Hillians Win The Ann John Memorial Trophy

Celebration’s as Pamment slots home his penalty.

A comprehensive 4-0 win over neighbours Hassocks saw Ian Chapman's men claim the Ann John Memorial Trophy in front of a healthy crowd at the Beacon last night.

Burgess Hill Town
  • Smith-Joseph (48', 81')
  • Own Goal (58', 67')
Thu 19 Jul, 2018 Friendly

The Hillians started the first half brightly, with Dan Beck orchestrating the game from the middle of the park, and Aaron Smith-Joseph causing problems. The game had a very “pre-seasony” feel to it, with Hassocks allowing the Hillians to keep possession.

HT 0-0.

The second half was a completely different story! The Hillians came out of the traps at lightening pace, and ASJ opened the scoring in the 48th minute, with a neat finish. Kieron Pamment doubled the lead with an emphatic penalty, and Billy Barker tucked home at the back post, to give the Hillians a three goal lead. MOTM, ASJ rounded off a fabulous evening, with an outstanding solo effort.

FT 4-0.

Most importantly, a crowd of over 300 packed into The Beacon, raising over £800 for St Peter & St James Hospice.

Next up, we travel to Eastbourne Borough on Tuesday 24th July – 7:45 kick off.