Five-alive Peacock show their feathers
Peacock 5 Chingford 4 PEACOCK under-15s reached their second cup final of the season after beating Chingford 5-4 in a thrilling encounter. Donka and Adams both hit doubles and a Bragman goal sealed the win, while Harriett was named man of the match. Peaco
Peacock 5 Chingford 4
PEACOCK under-15s reached their second cup final of the season after beating Chingford 5-4 in a thrilling encounter.
Donka and Adams both hit doubles and a Bragman goal sealed the win, while Harriett was named man of the match.
Peacock: Murphy, Hussain, Harriett, Puddock, Morris, Fletcher, Lee, Adams, Wichens, Brayman, Donka, Turner, Dunne, Bacon.
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Senrab A 2 Tigers A 2
Senrab under-13s threw away a two-goal lead as they drew with Tigers at the weekend.
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Mitchell Smallwood put the home side ahead and Shandon Matthews scored a fantastic goal, but Tigers hit back in the second half.
Senrab: Hession, Collier, Bader, Sesay, White, Brown, Edgar, Croxford, Smallwood, Kizza, Wellington-Emile, Matthews, Nimoh-Badu, Elliman, Harris, Mohamed.
Senrab 2 Buckhurst Hill 1
Senrab under-12s marched into the Echo League Cup Final by dumping out Buckhurst Hill
Hill took the lead before Senrab equalised through Myer Chuckwu-Onu and clinched their final place with Chuckwu- Onu firing the winner
Battling play from Berkcan Belindir and man of the match Gazza Fenech were the highlights.
Senrab: Shepherd-Bowman, Buckingham, Belindir, Okojie, Green-Wilson, Toussaint, Pinto, Mici, Mapp, St. Rose, Fenech, Ouriaghli, Rixon, Veysey, Chuckwu-Onu.
Pro-Star 2 Bealonian 0
A goal in each half from Jake Holland sealed the win for Pro-Star under-13s in this tightly fought game.
The victory was their seventh home win of the season.
Pro Star: Taylor, Olusanjo, Lambert, Dike, Jacobbs, Hyjas, Costello, Harris, Holland, Peter, Ellis, Cox, Deans, Thomas, Cobbler.
Herongate Girls 1
West Ham Ladies 4
A HAT-TRICK from Holly Griffin helped West Ham Ladies under-16s to an emphatic victory over Herongate at the weekend.
The Hammers played neat attractive football as Griffin's three strikes plus a goal from Katie Bottom secured the win.
Leanne Baldwin took the manager's player of the game, with a solid all-round performance at centre half.
West Ham: Picton, Baldwin, Broadstock, Feltham, Trimby, Cooley, Bottom, Reed, Thomas, Griffin, Day. Subs: Keown, Picton, Foster, Cockle.
West Ham 2 Tigers 2
WEST HAM girls under-12s battled back from 2-0 down to claim a point at home to Tigers.
Tigers took the early initiative and scored twice from two set pieces before an own goal just before the break, reduced the arrears.
With time running out, substitute Mollie Rose coolly slotted home the equaliser.
West Ham: Amey, Bland, Harvey, Hill, Hopkins, Richards, Martin, Peverill, Sillitoe.
West Ham 1 Leigh Ramblers 1
A LATE Charlotte Devlin strike rescued a point for West Ham under-11s in this top-of-the-table clash.
Leigh settled much the better of the two sides and took a lead on six minutes.
West Ham pressurised Leigh defended gallantly, until Devlin unleashed a powerful shot which flew into the net.
West Ham: Webb, Woolgrove, Durrance, Stokes, Devlin, Patten, Carvell, Gough, E Webster, C Webster, Perry.