A cup of joy for Town
Romford & District League Premier Division Cup Final Canning Town 1 OG United 0 Canning Town secured their first silverware of the season with a hard-fought victory as their third team edged out OG United. Liam Geaney scored the only goal of a tense game
Romford & District League Premier Division Cup Final
Canning Town 1
OG United 0
Canning Town secured their first silverware of the season with a hard-fought victory as their third team edged out OG United.
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Liam Geaney scored the only goal of a tense game in the 73rd minute, latching on to an excellent lobbed pass from centre-half Steve Wilson.
His first touch and finish were of the highest quality, giving OG's keeper no chance as his angled shot nestled just inside the far post.
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Canning Town: Withers, Booker, Greenhall, Wilson, Gormley, Denham, Jones, Geaney, Scales, Chamberlain, Matt Leonard.
Subs: Cresswell, Wyatt, Murphy.
CANNING TOWN are holding a charity match against a Martin Ling select ex-Orient XI on Sunday at the Terence McMillan Stadium.
Former Orient stars like Dean Smith, Andy Scott, Carl Griffiths, Alex Inglethorpe and Scott Canham are expected to be playing.