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Teams are scared of HPR, says Seligman

Heaton Park Rovers chief Dave Seligman reckons his side are dark horses to lift the Harry Feldman Trophy.

    HARRY FELDMAN TROPHY
    HEATON PARK ROVERS 7 OAKHILL LIONS 3

    Heaton Park Rovers chief Dave Seligman reckons his side are dark horses to lift the Harry Feldman Trophy.

    Jonathan Franks struck a hat-trick while Adam Schwinger (2), Ben Annis and Mark Broude were also on target to dump out Oakhill.

    And Seligman backed his side to go all the way after marching into the semi-finals.

    He said: "We can beat any side at this level on our day.

    "I think the other teams will be keen to avoid us in the draw.

    "Two of our goals were some of the best team moves you will see. That is what we are capable of."

    Oakhill Lions netted via Chris Egan, Roy Skop and Josh Henry, but still bowed out.

    Boss Josh Daniels said: "We were missing a few players and we paid the price.

    "There were no complaints at the scoreline and we move on."

    Report by Darren Witcoop

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