Hacimac overcome Black Borough in extra time to reach next round
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Jay Fenton’s double helped Hacimac progress to the next round of the Jack Walpole Cup after beating Black Borough 5-3 at Hackney Marshes.
Jason Gardner scored twice for Borough as the game went into extra time, but a brace from Aharon Tomlin in addition to a further strike from Sheldon Merrit ensured it was Hacimac who reached the next round.
Meanwhile, 10-man FC Bartlett overcame Hackney Allstars 2-1 in the Albert Daniels Senior Cup after goals from Temi Tope and Lee Henegan cancelled out Sanchez David’s strike.
London Young Meteors were pushed all the way by Wounded Knee, eventually winning 5-4 with two goals apiece from Toks Williams and Ifina Gyimah and a further strike from Richard Owusu.
Russell Hughes scored twice for Knee, following efforts from Ross Finbow and substitute Joshua Ademola, but it wasn’t enough.
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Dynamics beat Premier Division opposition to reach the next round as Riviera were defeated 3-1 with goals from Marcus Renford and a Bega Yarenov double.
Shakespeare beat Forest Athletic 4-1 with a double by Tom Clancy and a further brace from Ashley Lee. Forest could only reply once through Junior Defoe.
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FC Niva went 1-0 up against Mile End through Slavic Babick, but a hat-trick from Ibby Akanbi, a double from Richard Kaduna and further strikes from Henry Akinsanm, Rick Edwards and Andre Paul ensured it was Mile End who eased into the next round with a resounding 8-1 victory.
In the Hackney and Leyton Junior Cup, two goals from Chris Martin put Football Club 22 two up against South London Sharks, but the Sharks hit back through Brett Zimmerman and Andy Stockbridge to send the game to extra time, where they prevailed 5-2 thanks to further goals from Luke Burnet and second strikes for Stockbridge and Zimmerman.
Wojack Sunday came from behind to defeat East London 4-1, as Kane Reid’s opener was cancelled out by Anthony Doddy before Michael Collins struck a brace and Lee Hall added another.
Woodford Rovers won a closely-fought contest 2-1 against FC BKT with two goals from Dearly Durrant, while Waltham Forest beat Boston Celtics 3-2 thanks to a brace from Cieran McLean.
In the Premier Division, Mustard lost 4-3 to Tottenham Phoenix despite a double from Dean Phillips and a further strike from Myles Lennon. Fit-again top scorer Elliot Crosby netted twice for Phoenix while substitute Jay Garcia also notched a double to ensure his side took all three points.
In Division One, Heegan kept up their good run of form by beating Birkbeck Orient A 5-3 with four goals from man of the match Yaya Emdilou and another from Nur Nur. Birkbeck replied through Ade Ogundokun, Ross Kerwood and Dan Pereia.
In Division Two, the league’s only remaining unbeaten team FC Stepney kept up their push for the title after a 5-2 win over in-form Delta Athletic, with two goals apiece from Darius Freeman and Billy Barry. Substitute Nicky Maynard rounded off the win after Delta had responded through Chris Dennehy and Ricky Hennessy.
In Division Three, Boroughs United won 5-0 against Jack Barry St Germaine, with Scott Pond’s stunning hat-trick aided by a double from Adedayo Aguntuga.
The points were shared between ELE FC and Maynell in a six-goal thriller which ended 3-3. Aston Henry, Ergun Cenciz and Andi Coral all scored for Maynell while top scorer Brinthan Varathalingham bagged a brace alongside a further strike from AV Kandasamy for ELE.
Another game to end 3-3 was Regent’s Park Rovers against Bocca Albion, as Carlo Ventur, Felix Pyne and Tim Lineham scored for Bocca but a brace from Martin Pellummy and another effort from Stuart Taugart ensured the game ended all square.
In Division Four, improving Birkbeck Orient B beat high-flying Bethune 3-1 with goals from Anthony Blatch, Stewart Potter and Wenbi Rodriguez, while goals from Tom Bradford and Harry Wells sealed a 2-0 win for Dynamo Gobbler over Boundary Estate.