Bartlett trio blitz Phoenix with six-goal salvo
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Three different Bartlett players recorded braces as the reigning Hackney & Leyton League champions thrashed Tottenham Phoenix 6-0 in a truncated Premier Division programme.
Lee Heneghan, Tope Abu-Olotu and Nze Ongekwala shared the goals out for Bartlett, but there was only one other completed match in the top division, with Mustard defeating Mile End 5-1.
George Green hit a hat-trick for Mustard, with Greig Moorse scoring the other two, while Phoenix were awarded the points against London Meteors, who failed to fulfil their fixture.
It was a similar story for leaders Clapton Rangers against New Kuba, but RL United’s clash with Niva-Unistream was called off with the teams drawing 1-1 – the referee deeming the pitch unplayable after a torrential half-time downpour.
Darius Motac scored twice as Lions held off Dynamics to triumph 6-4 in Division One, with Onsim Prichrei, Kevin Crehra, Grab Jon and Tapcinc Ilie also finding the net for Lions. Ferhat Bilgili, Ibby Sal, Murat Gul and Denis Artega replied for Dynamics.
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MDM seized top spot with a 5-4 victory over Hackney All Stars, while previous leaders Forest Athletic were beaten by FC Krystal.
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Harry Raymond’s second-half strike enabled Birkbeck Orient A to close the gap on Division Two leaders Bristow City with a 1-0 win against Jay Cubed.
Chris Dennehy and Danyal Veli were on the mark for Delta Athletic as they overcame Shoreditch Fire Penguins 2-1, while Ilko Yakimov netted four times for BG United in their 6-3 win over FC Grove.
Peter Moncur’s hat-trick and a double from Mostafa Nasrudin were not enough to save Haggerston from a 7-5 defeat at the hands of Angel & Crown.
Craig Chapman scored two goals for Angel, with Nicky Barrett, Charlie Barrett, Grant Page, Lee Gaynor and Jason Gaynor also on the scoresheet. Elsewhere, City Fliers defeated Walthamstow Village 4-1.
Chris Grace gave Boston Celtic the lead in their Division Three fixture against Bocca Albion, with Ben Norris netting the equaliser to ensure the points were shared.
A brace from Dean Broadhurst was enough to seal a 2-1 win for Regent’s Park Rovers against Maynell.
Jason Rowe’s double strike helped Division Four leaders Wojack Sunday to go four points clear with a 5-1 success against their closest rivals, South London Sharks.
Danio Brown, Lee Hall and Ian Bruce were also on the mark for Wojack, with Joe Cridland netting in reply for the Sharks. Eastway Olympia won 2-0 against Bow Badgers, with Tommy Mayer scoring both goals.
Mitch Cole scored twice, with Jamie Donnelly and Marcus Young-Sam also finding the net for Birkbeck Orient B as they defeated Bethune FC 4-1. John Bodger replied with a consolation for Bethune.
Luke Hawkes registered a brace for Leyton Manor as they progressed in the Hackney & Leyton Junior Cup, edging past Wenlock Arms 3-2 in their first round tie.
David Jolly scored Manor’s third, with Mo Hamdown and Des Amerteifi on target for Wenlock, while Waltham Forest are also through after they beat Stratford Athletic 4-3 thanks to a Charlie Draper double.
Top Red needed a penalty shoot-out to see off Gladstone Wanderers after a 3-3 draw. Max Levy, Tom Broadmore and Freddie Williams scored for Red, with Wanderers’ Lucas DaSilva hitting a brace and Byron Price also on the mark.