Steven’s hat-trick sends City Flyers into Jack Morgan Cup final
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Matt Steven netted a hat-trick as City Flyers held off Maynell’s fightback to win 4-2 and book their place in the Jack Morgan Cup final.
Flyers led Sunday’s semi-final 2-0 at half-time, but Division Four side Maynell wiped out the deficit with goals from Ken Lengiz and Paul Christodolou before Aaron Chandler and Steven, completing his treble, restored their side’s supremacy.
They will now face fellow Division Three outfit FC Duchess, who edged out Bristow City in the other semi-final, thanks to a 75th-minute strike from Daniel Crockett.
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Richard Ofosu and Abdul Mustapha were also on the scoresheet as the cup holders progressed, while Andy Benskin netted Newcresse’s goal.
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n George Oddey’s double put Shakespeare top of Division One after a thrilling 2-2 draw against Highfield, whose goals came from Marcus Renford and Ted Dankyl.
Wounded Knee and Homerton also shared the spoils as they fought out a 2-2 draw, with Russell Hughes and Joshua Ade both finding the net for Knee.
n Ashley Green grabbed his second goal of the game with five minutes remaining to seal the Division Two title for Athletico Angels as they drew 2-2 with Forest Athletic.
Jonathan Signore put Jay Cubed ahead against Football Club 22, with Asha Dallas adding a second goal after the break to clinch his side’s 2-0 win.
n Ryan Gray’s double helped Birkbeck Orient to take advantage of City Flyers’ cup commitments and replace them at the top of Division Three with a 4-2 victory over Stratford Athletic.
Matt Herring’s early goal was enough to earn Bocca Albion the points against Wenlock Arms, while Woodford Rovers beat Regent’s Park Rovers 3-1 and Delta Athletic drew 1-1 against Shoreditch Fire Penguins.
n Daniel Little helped himself to four goals, with Jason Gardner netting the other two as Eastway Olympia hammered Leyton Manor 6-1 in Division Four.
Michael Coles and Daniel St-Louis scored two apiece in Leyton Orient Fans Trust’s 7-1 victory over East London, while Haggerston beat Top Red 3-0 and Wojack Sunday defeated Bow Badgers 5-1.