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Bartlett beat rivals Phoenix to stay top of the league

PUBLISHED: 18:08 26 February 2014 | UPDATED: 18:08 26 February 2014

FC Bartlett (red/blue) vs Tottenham Phoenix - Hackney & Leyton Sunday League Football at South Marsh, Hackney Marshes, London - 23/02/14 - MANDATORY CREDIT: Gavin Ellis/TGSPHOTO - Self billing applies where appropriate - 0845 094 6026 - contact@tgsphoto.co.uk - NO UNPAID USE

FC Bartlett (red/blue) vs Tottenham Phoenix - Hackney & Leyton Sunday League Football at South Marsh, Hackney Marshes, London - 23/02/14 - MANDATORY CREDIT: Gavin Ellis/TGSPHOTO - Self billing applies where appropriate - 0845 094 6026 - contact@tgsphoto.co.uk - NO UNPAID USE

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Hackney & Leyton League Premier Division leaders FC Bartlett edged out Tottenham Phoenix 4-2 thanks to goals by Michael Williams, Vincent Williams, Shawn Hinds and Lee Henegan. Menalick Richards and Jerome Anglin were on target for Phoenix.

Mustard stay fourth in the table after a 4-1 win over Red Devils. In the first half, Tom McGhee and Gary Silnora gave Mustard a commanding 2-0 lead, but Alistair Buffong pulled one back for Red Devils early in the second period.

That was the end of the comeback, however, as Koral Cook and Dean Phillips sealed the win.

Goals by G Falzone and S Pyano earned Phoenix a 2-0 win over Niva-Unistream, while Black Meteors cruised 6-0 against Albion Manor thanks to a hat-trick from Richard Ofusin and further goals from Kofi Appiah, Jimmy Krah and Richard Owusu.

Meanwhile, in Division One, Dynamics stay in second place despite losing 3-1 to Highfield. Henri Bruno grabbed one for Dynamics, while Sola Adefeye added a brace. Ibby Sal replied for Dynamics.

In Division Two, leaders Athletico Angels got back to winning ways thanks to a 3-1 win over Angel & Crown. Ashley Green scored a brace for Athletico and Thomas Brockbank was also on target. Charlie Barrett replied for Angel.

Forest Athletic moved up to second place with a superb second-half performance against Walthamstow Village. Roskit and Chubbs each scored twice, while Dibley added another and an own goal completed the 6-2 rout. Raymond Richardson and Tom Martin replied for Walthamstow.

Azurri 1 hammered Football Club 22 5-2, thanks to a hat-trick from John Yeates and two goals from Phillip Tutt. Jay Cubed edged out Bristow City 2-1 with a goal in each half from T Connor and J Smith. Astia Dallas got on the scoresheet for Cubed.

Division Three leaders Birkbeck Orient surged six points clear after second-half goals from Charlie Hopkinson and Mike Long earned a 2-0 win over Delta Athletic.

City Flyers, in second, were edged out 4-3 by Bocca Albion. Bocca led 1-0 after five minutes, only for City to storm back and take a 3-1 lead.

However, Bocca hauled themselves level at 3-3 before Jamie Corby hit his second goal.

Continued on page 46 Matt Herring and Sam Norris were the other men on target for Bocca, while City’s scorers were Mikey Parker, Martin Gibbon and Andrew Welsh.

Stratford Athletic won 4-1 against Regent Park Rovers thanks to goals from Mark Callie, Craig Raddon, Johnny Paim and Ollie Kelly. Dean Broadworst replied for Rovers.

Top Red went three points clear at the top of Division Four after hammering Boston Celtics 5-1.

Bernard Planning scored twice, and there were further goals for Top Red from Tom Beardmore, Jonny Montgomery and Sam Velody. Jason Skelton replied for Boston.

Eastway Olympia won 3-1 against East London as Daniel Little scored twice and Joe Yates also registered. Ebanizer Jolayni was on target for East London.

FC Haggerston won an entertaining contest against Leyton Manor 4-3. M William scored a hat-trick and Peter Moncur completed the scoring for Haggerston.

Wojack Sunday shared the spoils with The Prince of Bow as the contest ended 1-1. Bradley Carter gave Wojack the lead in the first half before Alfie Andrews levelled for Prince in the second.

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