Hackney & Leyton League; Comet shock Alpha Grove in cup
Division Three side beat second teir opponents
Comet caused a shock in the Second Round of the Dickie Davies Cup, as the Division Three side beat second tier opposition Alpha Grove 5-1.
Comets were rampant and progressed thanks to a Antony White double, plus goals from Steven Deering, Uli Izzett and Adam Heath, while Kane Molone replied for Alpha.
Albert Daniels Cup holders Real Romania crashed out of the competition at the first hurdle when they were beaten 2-1 by Storm.
Real took an early second half lead through Marius Istrate, but Storm came back and progressed to the second round after goals from K Smali and L Revera.
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Last seasons finalists Bancroft United beat Premier League champions 5-4 in a thrilling match which was won in extra time Tyronne Davidson.
Bancroft took the lead four times during the contest before being pegged back by their gutsy opponents.
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Shane Allen (2), Macca and Temi were Bancroft’s other scorers, while Ibby (2), Aaron Henry and Dean Phillips were Lapton’s scorers.
Black Meteors beat FC Polit 4-2 after going four goals up.
Nan Yawadyei, Maxwell Cafo-Adu, Charles Edusei and Richard Owusu were Meteors scorers’. M Lowden and Johnny Tama replied for Polit.
Premier side Independiente London got the better of Adam & Eve, beating their Division One opponents 5-2.
Camelo Montano and Saui Serna both struck doubles, while Esteban Salgado was also on the scoresheet, while Tom Rafferty and Marcus Renford replied for Eve.
Lancresse rangers from Division One needed extra time to beat top tier side Army & Navy 3-2.
Leon Archer hit a double, while Dean Richards also found the target for lancresse, with Dean Francis and Lee Daniel replied for Army.
In the Preliminary Round of the Albert Daniels Cup, FC Metwin were too strong for Red Devils beating the opposition 2-1 thanks to goals from Nafid Nuseri and James Nelson, while Carlos Nelson replied for Devils.
In the First Round of the Jack Morgan Cup holders Midfield were dumped out of the competition after losing 3-1 to Haggerston Nomads, while Warren Hackney beat Division Three side Lockers 3-1, with goals by Luke Trimm, David O’Connell and R Elison, with Ashley Mills scoring for Lockers.
An Amro Sinjab strike was enough Para Siempre progress as they beat Shoreditch Fire Penguins 1-0.
Azzuri one paid the penalty against Cock tavern who won 4-3 in a shoot out after the team drew 2-2 after 120 minutes.
Darly Barclay and Adrian Raphael had scored for Tavern, while T Gunn and T Smyth were Azzurri’s scorers.
Bristow City go through after they beat Eastway Olympia 3-0, with goals by Mark Amodio and two from Charlie Kennard.
In Division One leaders Hackney Borough increased their lead at the top to six points after winning 5-0 against Vio Romania thanks to a brace from Alex Bramble and goals from Lee Vega, Jahzeal Stewart and Gavin Kealy.
Tottenham Phoenix move three points clear at the top of Division Two after doubles from Ruel Sandiford and Jerome Anglin were enough to beat Athletico Angels 4-0.
Goals from Nathan Rosel (2), Steve Smalls and Dean Johnson gave Jay Cubed a 4-0 win over Delta.
Regents Park are the new leaders of Division Three after a 3-1 victory over Mustard, who lose their unbeaten record.
Dominic Weiss, jens-Jorn Ginnew and Steven Gall were Rovers’ scorers, while John Green replied for Mustard.
Diviison Four leaders Chapel Old Boys smashed East London 5-1, for whom Wayne Stephenson was on target.
Ellis Allen and Jordan Carrigan could not prevent defeat for Bow Young Prince, who were smashed 10-2 to Highams Park Rangers.
Hamed-Boughanmi and Antony Platt were on target for Birkbeck Orient who were edged out 3-2 by Hackney O’s.