Nott lands a captain’s goal as United progress

Trophyland Cup Preliminary Round Newham United 2 Spartans Athletic 0 NEWHAM UNITED progressed to the next round of the Trophyland Cup after dispatching Spartans Athletic on Sunday. Captain David Nott gave the Essex Olympian League Division Two side the le

Trophyland Cup Preliminary Round

Newham United 2

Spartans Athletic 0

NEWHAM UNITED progressed to the next round of the Trophyland Cup after dispatching Spartans Athletic on Sunday.

Captain David Nott gave the Essex Olympian League Division Two side the lead before half-time.

Read doubled the advantage after the interval lashing home Ross Grimes' corner.

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Newham will now play Eyehurst Eagles in the next round.

Newham United: Austen, Millar, J Clarke, Koroma, Grimes, McGuinness, O Clarke, Nott, Matamisa, Read, Child, Lewis, Kerr, Hoddy, Sparrowhawk, Polley.

Ilford & District League Division One

Clockwork 1

Newham United res 3

NINE-MAN Newham United reserves scrapped to victory against Clockwork.

The visitors took the lead in the 30th minute, when Leon Lewis skipped past a challenge and stroked the ball into the back of the net.

The home side made it 1-1 before the break, while Paul Collier was the first Newham player to see red in this second half for his second bookable offence.

Daniel Cummins scored an extraordinary goal to give the away side the lead - catching Clockwork's goalkeeper off his line with a shot from inside his own half.

United were down to nine when Lewis was given his marching orders in the 65th minute for a second yellow card, but Demi soon added a third for Newham.

Newham United res: Westwood, Hooper, Obaseki, Collier, Sidal, Turner, Wallace, Demi, Mohamad, Cummins, Lewis.

London City Airport League

Larron 2

Brockwell Rovers 1

LARRON maintained their 100 per cent home record in Division One with goals from Danny Hennenesy and Luke Campbell.

In a thrilling encounter, Rovers played their part, but Larron were the better side, with man of the match Simon Ruskin starring at the back.

East London Sunday League

London FA Intermediate Cup

Charlton United 4 Meath United 3

MEATH United were eliminated from the London FA Sunday Intermediate Cup after a seven-goal thriller with Charlton United.

The away side seized the initiative through Paul Linger, but the second period was just three minutes old when the hosts equalised.

Charlton United then took charge and stormed into a 4-1 lead.

The visitors refused to lie down and Timmy Hamley scored twice in the last 10 minutes to set up a tense finish.

Meath United: Neal, Pinion, Mowles, Reading, D Linger, P Linger, Roast, Puinn, Hamley, Marney, Bradshaw, Heath, Fautly, Corbally.

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