Hackney & Leyton League: Lapton reach third consecutive Dickie Davies final
Lapton have reached their third consecutive Dickie Davies Cup final after defeating Hackney Borough 3-2.
Daniel Stephenson gave the holders a 25th minute lead before Hackney levelled five minutes later through Curtis Brown, before Alfie Greenaway gave Borough the lead.
Gabriel equalised for Lapton, before Maurice Byfield struck the winner with 15 minutes left.
Lapton will be joined in the final by Premier Division rivals Bancroft who beat Division Two leaders Shakespeare 4-2 after extra time.
Vincent Williams and Tyrone Davidson scored for United within the 90 minutes, with Wesley Erskin and Timmy Oloto sealing their side’s progress in the first half of extra time. Lee Henegan and David Walker scored for Shakespeare.
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Storm moved up to second place in Division One after edging out Polit 3-2 with Konstantin Smal scoring all three. Rory Shiggins and Tommy Mayers replied for Polit.
Wounded Knee won 2-1 against Embassy Snooker, with John Bray scoring both for Knee and Shaun Symester replying for Embassy.
A Kelvin Toui double and an Antony Yamson strike earned Cosmopolitan a 3-2 win over Tergemo, for whom Andrew Compton and Shaun Manly scored.
Lancresse Rangers and Vio Romania drew 3-3. Diego McLaren, Danny Corbally and Tope Olataju scored for Rangers , with Odnar Nick (2) and Baliu Lornew scoring for Vio.
Tottenham Phoenix closed the gap between themselves and leaders Shakespeare after coming from behind to beat Bristow City 2-1, with Jermaine Anglin scoring both.
Warren Hackney are one point behind Phoenix after a 3-2 win over Wenlock Arms.
Luke Trimm struck twice, while Sam See also scored also scored.
Jay Cubed won 4-0 against Para Siempre.
Steve Smalls hit a brace, while Dean Johnson and Simon Fewer also scored.
Athletico Angels lost 3-2 to Delta, with Thomas Brockbank scoring both for Angels.
In Division Three third-placed Comets missed a chance to close the gap on second-placed Florist Arms after losing 4-1 to Regents Park Rovers.
Two second half goals by Chris Howard AFC knights a 2-0 win over relegated Midfield.
Darly Barclay hit a hat-trick as Cock Tavern beat Azzuri One 5-1. Jason Orr and Lee Southcott were Tavern’s other scorers, with F Notaro.
John Moore hit five, while Daniel Little was also on target as Eastway Olympia came from 2-1 down to beat Highams Park Rangers 6-3.
East London beat third-place Hackney O’s 3-2 with Wayne Stephenson, Mus Celik and R Austin scoring for London, with Ricky Bartle and Kwesi Garole replying for O’s.
Goals by Ryan Gray and Altay Baskal earned Maynell a 2-0 win over Haggerston Nomads. Birkbeck Orient won 2-1 against Walthamstow Village with Ed Lennard and Micus Creeny Orient’s scorers.