Hammers hit Bradford for four to progress in FA Cup

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Hamworthy United boss Tim Sills (Pic: Jack Tanner)
Hamworthy United boss Tim Sills (Pic: Jack Tanner)

HAMWORTHY United sealed victory in the extra-preliminary round of the FA Cup, after dispatching Bradford Town for four away from home on Saturday.

Goals from Cameron Munn, Bailey Rowe, Max Wilcock and Aiden Shepherd ensured a home clash against Badshot Lea in the preliminary round on Saturday, August 20.

Hammers opened the scoring against Hellenic League Premier Division Bradford after 32 minutes when youngster Munn found the net with an impressive strike from range.

Tony Rolls then crossed for Rowe to add a second just before the break – putting Tim Sills’s side well in the ascendancy.

From there, the Southern League South outfit kicked on. A powerful header from Wilcock made it three before putting through Shepherd to round off the scoring.

Victory earned Hammers £1,125 in prize money.