Hackney & Leyton League: Dicke Davies Cup holders Lapton progress

DICKIE DAVIES Cup holders Lapton progressed to the quarter-finals after a comfortable 7-2 win over Bristow City.

Ibby Ranks his a hat-trick, while Maurice Byfield bagged a brace, with Joshua Barzey and Lloyd Barcey also on target. Charlie Kennard and Mark Amodio replied for City.

Red Devils joined their Premier League rivals in the last eight after edging out FC Polit 2-1.

Kay Jones gave the Devils the lead, before an own goal brought Polit level, however Alistair Buffonge struck for the top tier side to send them through.

Division Two leaders Tottenham Phoenix could not force an upset against Premier side FC Metwin, going down 7-2.


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Hot shot Nathan Scarborough bagged five, while Ashley Eames and James Smith were Metwin’s other scorers.

A last gasp goal sent Bancroft United through as they beat Mile End 3-2, with Jamie Morris and Javan St-Prie Mile End’s goalscorers.

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Real Romania showed no mercy as they thrashed Army & Navy 14-1, while Comet are through to the quarter-finals after Wounded Knee failed to fulfil the fixture.

In the Jack Morgan Cup First round Highams park beat Maynell 4-3, with Andre Davis, Antony McKinnon, Paul Christodoulou and Mark Christodoulou all on target.

Jermaine Campbell (2) and Muss Cenqiz replied for Maynell.

A John Moore hat-trick and a Keith Moon strike were enough to earn Division Four side Eastway Olympia a 4-2 win over Regents Park Rovers of Division Three in the Hackney Gazette First Round, for whom Jens Jorn and Dominic Weiss scored.

Tergemo came from behind to beat Cock Tavern 3-1.

Darly Barclay gave the Division Three side a shock lead, but goals by Shaun Manly and a double from Andrew Compton took the Division One side through.

Enoch Boateng and Maxwell Safo-Adu both his hat-tricks as Black Meteors thrashed Athletico Angels 9-0.

Athletico were overpowered, with Adusei Charles, Muntala Mohammed and Phillip Frixipong all on target.

Para Siempre beat Florist Arms 4-2.

In the only Premier Division match Albion Manor moved up to second place after defeating Woodgrange Rovers 2-1 with goals by Darren Whelan and Luke Rowland, with leon Walker scoring for Rovers.

Division One leaders Hackney Borough were 7-5 winners over Adam & Eve. Marlon Marriott-Dixon hit a brace, while Michael Hendricks, Gavin Kelly, Shane Joseph, Lee Vega and Nathan Pond were all on target for Borough, with Dean Brail (2), John Moore (2) and Tom Rafferty replying.

Lancresse Rangers up to third after a 5-2 win over Embassy Snooker. Toks Williams hit a treble, with Donny Corbelly and Jide Olas scoring.

FC Storm are up to sixth as goals by V Kostan and S Babich earned them a 2-0 win over Vio Romania.

Shakespeare move level top with Tottenham Phoenix in Division Two after a 3-1 win over Warren Hackney.

Rikili Caram struck twice and Dave Walker were on target for Shakespeare, with Luke Trimm replying for Hackney.

Jay Cubed moved up to third place after a 8-3 win over Wenlock Arms. Nathan Rosel hit four, Simon Mason two, while Pat Barrett and Ian Baker all got their names on the score sheet, with Danny Shannon (2) and Tom Blunsdon replying for Wenlock.

Goals from E Kennard and C Friel earned AFC Knights a 2-2 draw against Shoreditch Fire Penguins, while a brace from H Smyth, plus goals from A Flanagan and P Maxwell earned Azzuri One a 4-1 win over Lockers.

Division Four leaders Chapel Old Boys defeated Haggerston Nomads 7-1 thanks to doubles from D Munero, Patrick Fitzgerald and John Lawson with Christian Smith also on target.

Birbeck orient were also big winners as they beat East London 4-0, with a brace from Harry Raymond and singles from Johnson Odokonyero and Marcus Youngsam. Hackney O’s were 4-0 victors over Bow Young Prince, thanks to a Wes Gunner treble and a Rob McAdams strike

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