ALCONBURY 0 PINCHBECK UTD 4: IAN Dunn helped himself to a hat-trick as Pinchbeck maintained their lead at the top of the Peterborough Premier Division.
The player/boss struck a timely treble against the league’s basement boys on Saturday – in a game that also saw United have FOUR goals disallowed.
It mattered little in the end, with Andy Law the other scorer in a dominant display.
With Pinchbeck still two points clear and on-course for an unprecedented treble, Dunn was quick to praise his side.
He said: “I don’t really deserve any headlines for my hat-trick, it was nothing too special and I was just doing my job as a striker.
“It should have been more than 4-0 if I’m honest, when do you ever hear about a team having four goals ruled out?
“I accept that one was offside, but the other three are poor decisions. Goal difference could yet prove crucial at the end of the season.
“But it was still a good day for us. It was very comfortable and I don’t think our defence had too much to do.
“The prospect of a treble is huge for this club. The league is the priority, but I’m greedy and want us to take home all three.”
Pinchbeck: Drury, Clay, Maddison (Relf), Hocking, Marshall, Law (Kishere), Maltby (Gosling), Wilson, Woods, Dunn, Gray.
• Sat: Parson Drove v Pinchbeck (3pm).