Kennedy brace secures Saracens win
TWO goals from Elliott Kennedy and another for hot-shot striker Ethan Moore ensured another victory for fast-improving Cheltenham Saracens.
Kennedy struck once in each half for Gerry Oldham's men at Reading Town on Saturday as Saracens moved into third place in the Hellenic League table.
Lorcan Sheehand opened the scoring for Saracens from the penalty spot, before Reading hit back with a spot-kick of their own to level the scores.
Kennedy, who turned down a move to Evo-Stik League outfit Shortwood United last week expertly finished off Mike Oliver's through ball regain the lead just before the break.
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Kennedy saw a number of chances saved in the early moments of the second half, before the former Bishop's Cleeve forward put the finishing touches to a fine team move.
Sloppy defending allowed Reading back into the game, before substitute Ethan Moore added his tenth goal in just six games to make the game safe with another expert late finish.
Elsewhere, Gloucester City struck back from a two-goal deficit to record their first home victory of the season with a last gasp 4-3 win over Stalybridge Celtic.
Tom Hamblin was the Tigers' hero, scoring twice and netting the sensational winning goal three minutes into injury time.
City will take part in today's draw for the second qualifying round of the FA Cup with Budweiser, where they will join county rivals Bishop's Cleeve and Cinderford Town.
Cleeve were 6-0 victors over Bracknell Town on Saturday, while Cinderford face a replay with Merthyr Town after the teams drew 1-1 at the Causeway.