Moorse strike sends Mustard through in Sunday Trophy
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Mustard progressed to the semi-finals of the Sunday Trophy after a Greg Moorse penalty handed them a 1-0 win over Greek side Apoel.
Meanwhile, top scorer Sammy Anjorin netted twice and Sheldon Alfonso once as Highfield beat Riviera 3-1 in the third round of the Jack Walpole Cup.
Aharon Tomlin, Sheldon Merritt, Santino Huggins, Dean Elliot and Toby Ebede were all on target as Hacimac came from a goal down to beat Regent’s Park Rovers 5-2.
Eagle FC kept up their giant-killing habit by beating Forest Athletic 5-3 with a goal from Joseph Andrews and two apiece for Tommy Maher and Carl Mullins. Ben Nworfor and Gideon Bello, with a brace, replied for Forest.
In the Jack Morgan Cup, Top Red beat Jack Barry 4-0 with goals from in-form Sam Melody, Tom Beardmore, Jack Hewitt and John Barber.
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Delta Athletic were the big winners of the day as they defeated Jay Cubed 8-0 to progress to the next round. Daniel Anthony and Jordan Langford both scored twice while Bailey Morgan, David Hennessy, Ben Owusu and Aaron Chandler were also among the goals.
Black Borough squeezed into the next round by beating a much improved ELE 5-4, with David Dice scoring twice in addition to efforts from Mitch Carter, Connor Brown and Foster Jr. Jesse Joseph, Mathurin Raj and Anarethan Mariaratnam replied for ELE.
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In the Hackney and Leyton Junior Cup, Tommy Flynn are through after they beat East London 2-1 with goals from Malreet Singh and Dwane Marson, while Wojak defeated Eastway 4-0.
Birkbeck Orient B beat Boundary Estate 2-0, with both goals coming from Marcus Youngsam and Jamie Neil scored the only goal as Wenlock beat Waltham Forest Athletic 1-0.
Jack Mace and Rob Myers were on the scoresheet as Gladstone Wanderers beat Bocca Albion 2-1 despite Tim Lineman registering for Bocca.
In the Hackney & Leyton League Premier Division, FC Bartlett were unable to take full advantage of a game in hand over leaders Mile End as Tottenham Phoenix held them to a 3-3 draw.
Alex Mazolo, Eliot Crosby and Daniel Olayeo all scored for Phoenix, but Temi Tope, Lee Henegan and Sima Daffer replied for second-placed Bartlett.
In Division One, the mid-table affair between Dynamics and Bristow City ended in a 2-2 draw. Goals from JJ Abreu and Marcus Renford put Dynamics 2-0 up in the first half but Bristow fought back in the second period through Leo Dawson and John Sunyer.
In Division Two, Stepney are now 10 points clear at the top after their 5-2 win over newcomers Quinine. Sam Cashman and Darius Freeman both scored twice while Robert Moore was also on target for the league leaders.
Nathan Homes and Ben Smale both scored for Quinine but it wasn’t enough as Stepney remained unbeaten.
BG United beat second-placed Boroughs United 5-2 with a brace each for Kiril Petrou and Ricky Hanmore, with Krasimir Kamboshel also on the scoresheet.
In Division Three, Boston Celtic edged past Football Club 22 after goals from Chris Grace, Connor Fox Byrne and Ged Burke ensured a 3-2 win. Anton Belgrade and Terril Alleyne replied for Club 22.
Maynell drew 2-2 with FC BKT, as two goals from top scorer Jermaine Brown cancelled out efforts by Joe Berner and Francis Mereku for BKT.
In Division Four, Charlie Cox scored a hat-trick as Bethune kept up hopes of promotion with a 5-2 win over bottom-of-the-table Bow Badgers. Toby Bland and Alex Alexander were also on target for Bethune, while Cahjon Gervis and Jermaine Jarvis replied for Badgers.