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Crane lifts Leyton Orient Fans’ Trust into next round

PUBLISHED: 16:32 04 December 2013 | UPDATED: 16:32 04 December 2013

Leyton Orient Fans Trust (green/black) vs Woodford Rovers

Leyton Orient Fans Trust (green/black) vs Woodford Rovers

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Robert Crane scored twice as Leyton Orient Fans Trust knocked out higher league opposition in their Dickie Davies Cup tie, overcoming Woodford Rovers on penalties.

Michael Coules was also on target for the Trust in a 3-3 draw, with Billy Harding, K Marvin and Leo Webster replying for Woodford before the Division Four side triumphed 5-4 in a penalty shoot-out.

Another Division Four side to defeat Division Three opponents were Wojak Sunday, who reached the second round in style as they hammered Bocca Albion 6-1.

Lee Hall registered twice for Wojak, with Liam Smyth, Ian Bruce, Sean Moore and Bradley Carter also finding the net. Matt Herring grabbed the Albion consolation goal.

Simon Bachamp hit a double and Duncan Coombs and Adrian Stone also scored in Shoreditch Fire Penguins’ 4-2 victory over Eastway Olympia. Daniel Little and Danny Colley replied for Eastway.

Bradley O’Donovan’s brace helped Forest Athletic to a 5-0 win over fellow Division Two side Athletico Angels, while FC Duchess blew away City Fliers by the same scoreline. Ricky Hanmore netted twice, with Scott Pond, Tony Bradley and Aaron Hogarth also on the mark.

Meanwhile, Walthamstow Village beat North London Muslim FC in a 6-4 thriller.

Thomas Martin hit a hat-trick for Walthamstow, with two for Raymond Richardson and Joss Parr scoring the sixth. Mohammed Alibhai grabbed two goals for NLMFC, while Abiola Boston and Eyudman Eldem were also on target.

Haggerston edged out Stafford Athletic 6-5 in another high-scoring tie, while Top Red advanced at the expense of Maynell, winning a shoot-out 3-0 after a 3-3 draw.

Jonny Montgomery scored twice and Sam Velody also netted for Top Red, while Lee Brown notched all three of Maynell’s goals.

Ricky Price struck a hat-trick for Boston Celtic in their 7-3 success over Prince of Bow, while Nathan Rose’s double helped Jay Cubed to a 4-1 win against Leyton Manor, with Jack Taylor and Scott Agualing also on the mark.

n Niva-Unistream beat Mustard FC 3-1 to go joint top of the Premier Division with goals from E Jabskiy, C Troncis and Maks Voloshin. Daniel Cassidy replied for Mustard.

RL United recovered a 3-0 deficit to draw 4-4 with Red Devils, with Ben Clark, Jon McEreane, Antony White and Kes Kaylord the goalscorers in that RL comeback.

Two goals from Maxwell Souifo-Adu and a Richard Ofosu strike gave Black Meteors a 3-1 victory over Tottenham Phoenix, with Jerome Anglin scoring the Phoenix goal.

Ibi Sal netted four times as Division One leaders Dynamics FC defeated Newcresse 8-4, with Emrah Coskungonul and Fehat Bilgili both scoring braces.

Shakespeare remain second after their 1-1 draw with Hackney FC, while third-placed Homerton Rangers tumbled to a 6-1 defeat at the hands of FC Polit, for whom John Moore grabbed four goals.

Jerreli Sivva scored twice for Wounded Knee as they edged out Highfield FC 4-3, with Joshua Ade and David Murphy also on target, and Marcus Renford hitting two of Highfield’s goals.

John Yeates rattled in all four goals for Azzurri 1 in their 4-2 win against Angel & Crown in Division Two, while Jamie McCraken’s brace earned Bristow City a 2-0 victory over Football Club 22.

Ryan Gray scored both goals as Division Three leaders Birkbeck Orient returned to winning ways by defeating Regent’s Park Rovers 2-1. Thomas Lukas replied with the Rovers goal.


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