Athletic crash out in cup woe

ESSEX JUNIOR CUP PRELIMINARY ROUND Newham Athletic 1 Athletico Bardag 4 Newham United lost 4-1 in the preliminary round of the Essex Junior Cup to Athletico Bardag after extra time. Having taken the lead in the first half through a Danny Child goal, Ath

ESSEX JUNIOR CUP

PRELIMINARY ROUND

Newham Athletic 1 Athletico Bardag 4

Newham United lost 4-1 in the preliminary round of the Essex Junior Cup to Athletico Bardag after extra time.

Having taken the lead in the first half through a Danny Child goal, Athletico Bardag applied heavy pressure and found a late goal to take the game into extra time.

From there, there was only one side in it unfortunately, as Athletic conceded three more times with Bardag progressing.

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Newham: Austen, Sparrowhawk, Clarke, Koroma, Hoddy, Kerr, Nott, Clarke, McGuinness, Lewis, Child.

Boca Youth 2 Prostar 3

PROSTAR under-14's took all three points in this thrilling match.

Louis Deans put Prostar in front early in the second half, but Boca equalised within minutes.

Ashley Thomas made it 2 -1 for Prostar only to see Boca level again.

Tom Costello's pinpoint pass found John Adesida in front of goal and he netted with clinical precision.

Prostar: Taylor, Thomas, Dike, Jacobs, Lambert, Cobblah, Costello, Hysaj, Deans, Adesida, Clifford, Okyere, Magambo, Cox, Odunwo.

Senrab A 4 Dagenham United A 0

FOUR GOALS from Jordan Wellington-Emile helped Senrab under-14s to a comfortable win over Dagenham United.

The striker opened the scoring just before the break after being played in by Myles Croxford.

Not long after the restart, Wellington-Emile broke the offside trap again to make it 2-0, and soon after he added a third for his hat-trick.

With only six minutes remaining, the same player added his and Senrab's fourth to complete the rout.

Senrab: Bader, Collier, Sesay, Whitnell, Elliman, Brown, White, Croxford, Arewa, Kizza, Matthews, Edgar, Nimoh-Badu, Harris, Wellington-Emile.

Senrab 1 Rippleway 0

INJURY-HIT Senrab under-13s had Jesse Green-Wilson to thank after his goal gave them victory at the weekend.

His goal capped a fine individual performance, while Daniel Okojie was named as the man of the match

Senrab: Shepherd-Bowman, Green-Wilson, Toussaint, Pinto, Mapp, St. Rose, Faal, Chuckwu-Onu, Kabashi, Adubafour, Okojie, Belindir.

West Ham 3 LTD 3

A CHELSEA MARTIN brace was not enough for West Ham Ladies under-14s as two late strikes from LTD forced a draw at the weekend.

An own goal and Martin's two strikes had given the Hammers a comfortable cushion heading into the break, but three second-half efforts from the visitors meant West Ham could only capture a point.

West Ham: Hodges, Bland, Hill, Martin, McLean, Beard, Gullefer, Townson, Sillitoe, Richards.

Subs: Pverill, Rose, Sawyer, Ibrahim.

Hawkwell Athletic 0

West Ham Utd 10

GRACE HILL bagged five goals as West Ham Ladies under-10s thrashed Hawkwell Athletic at the weekend.

Tessa O'Conner notched her first goal of the season along with her twin sister Madeline, while Isobel Mills netted twice and Imogen Bennett was also on the scoresheet.

West Ham: Holmes, Smith, Hill, Bennett, Barry, Mills, M O'Conner, T O'Connor, Morgan, Ferguson.

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