Ridgeons League Division One Long Melford 0-5 Godmanchester Rovers HAT-TRICK hero Jon Hall inspired Rovers as they turned in a five-star performance against Long Melford for the second time in just over a month. Halls treble one in the first half followed by another two after the break set Goddy on their way and further strikes from Rob Stamper and Nicky Hurst added a bit of gloss to the scoreline. The margin of victory could have been even greater had James Hall not missed from the penalty spot after a foul on Andy Rossi. Pleased Rovers boss David Hurst said: I dont like to blow our own trumpet but had we scored eight or nine then I dont think anyone could have had any complaints. There were three players missing that played the week before but it didnt weaken us. Weve got a good squad here now and its a case of just trying to keep everybody happy. The win was Rovers third in four games and a five-game unbeaten run has catapulted them up to eighth in the table. It also saw them complete a league double over Long Melford following their 5-1 home win in the reverse fixture. Rovers were last night scheduled to be in Ridgeons League Challenge Cup first round action at Premier Division outfit Mildenhall Town. Next up is a testing home league fixture against second-place Stowmarket Town on Saturday.