Jones stunner seals Sparrowhawks win
Wapping III 0 East London 5 East London men s team took 10 minutes to come to life at Wapping on Saturday, but once Adam Willoughby put them in front, they never looked like losing. James Cook doubled the Sparrowhawk s lead before the break with Dilraj Sa
Wapping III 0 East London 5
East London men's team took 10 minutes to come to life at Wapping on Saturday, but once Adam Willoughby put them in front, they never looked like losing.
James Cook doubled the Sparrowhawk's lead before the break with Dilraj Sahota and Dan Hyden stretching it to a four-goal cushion in the second half.
The performance was capped with a spectacular reverse-stick strike in the closing minutes from winger Chris Jones.
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Waltham Forest III 3
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The men's second team got off to a great start against their local rivals with goals from Paul Carruthers and Sean Channing making the score 2-0 at half time.
Waltham Forest came out stronger in the second period at the Mile End Stadium and ex-East London striker Wazeem Ahmad pulled one back after five minutes.
However, a captain's performance from Tom Eshelby, who scored one and set up another, was enough to give the hosts a comfortable victory.
Romford 5 East London 7
East London Ladies visited Romford, the club from which they initially emerged 15 years ago, and took part in a thrilling contest.
The visitors controlled significant portions of the game and were two-up after 15 minutes.
Romford pushed hard, bringing it back to within one on numerous occasions, but East London held on.