Spot of bother ends Senrab’s cup dream

ECHO LEAGUE Interwood Yth 3 Senrab 2 SENRAB under-12s gave everything, but just missed out against Interwood in the Echo Premier Division Cup final at Aveley FC. Senrab opened the scoring through Ebenezer Pinto after great approach play from Tommy Buckin

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Interwood Yth 3 Senrab 2

SENRAB under-12s gave everything, but just missed out against Interwood in the Echo Premier Division Cup final at Aveley FC.

Senrab opened the scoring through Ebenezer Pinto after great approach play from Tommy Buckingham and Myer Chuckwu-Onu, but Interwood went in at half time leading 2-1.


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Senrab equalised through captain Malaki Toussaint, before Interwood scored a last-minute penalty to take the Premier Cup. Man of the Match was Alfie Mapp.

Senrab: Shepherd-Bowman, Buckingham, Belindir, Okojie, Green-Wilson, Toussaint, Pinto, Mici, Mapp, St. Rose, Fenech, Yazid Ouriaghli, Rixon, Veysey, Chuckwu- Onu, Duarte, Mernagh.

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Dagenham United 1 Senrab A 1

THIS was a scrappy game that Senrab under-13s dominated in the first half without playing well.

Scott Harris scored a fine goal and Dagenham would have been pleased to make the break just 1-0 down.

The second half was more even and Dagenham levelled when Senrab keeper, Bradley Hession was judged to have brought down a home forward.

The penalty was converted well as the honours ended even.

Senrab: Hession, Collier, Sesay, Croxford, White, Brown, Edgar, Smallwood, Elliman, Kizza, Harris, Bader, Wellington-Emile, Nimoh-Badu, Nnaji.

Barn Sports 4 Prostar 3

BARN SPORTS under-13s won the points in thrilling top-of-the-table match.

Prostar took the lead with a Jeffrey Cobler strike, but Barn Sports fought back to make it 2-1.

Ashley Thomas equalised for Prostar, only to see Barn Sports hit back again to take a 4-2 lead at half time.

Thomas scored again in the second period, but Barn Sports held out and kept Prostar at bay.

Man of the match was Louis Deans, who put on a great battling display for Prostar.

Prostar: Grisolia, Taylor. Lambert.Thomas Jacobbs, olusanjo. Hyjas, Holland, Costello, Harris, Cobler, Cox, Deans Ellis,Peter

Newham Warriors 1 Senrab 4

SENRAB under-12s were in fine form as they beat Newham Warriors.

Goals came from Ebenezer Pinto, Snake Mernagh and Jesse Green-Wilson (2). Man of the match was Jesse Green- Wilson.

Senrab: Shepherd-Bowman, Buckingham, Belindir, Okojie, Green-Wilson, Toussaint, Pinto, Mici, Mapp, St. Rose, Fenech, Ouriaghli, Rixon, Snake Mernagh, Duarte.

Millwall Albion 2 Prostar Wildcats 4

PROSTAR under-10s ran riot as they picked up an impressive victory over Millwall.

Prostar made a fast start with a Jay Bachelor double and after the break, they extended their lead, with a goal from Malachi Napa.

Millwall scored a penalty, before Prostra netted a fourth from Sulaiman Ba. Man of the match award went to Tyrell Etienne for a super performance.

Essex County Girls' Football League

Redbridge 0

West Ham Ladies 9

FOUR goals from Maddie Thomas helped West Ham Ladies under-16s hammer Redbridge at the weekend.

Manager's player of the game for her effort throughout playing as a central midfield holding player, was Sophie Reed.

Kimmilee Day struck twice while there was a goal each from Gemma Abela, Lindsey Cockle and Leanne Baldwin.

West Ham United Ladies: Picton, Trimby, Feltham, Cockle, Cooley, Reed, Broadstock, Abela, Thomas, Day, Baldwin. Substitutes: Picton, Keown.

Valley Green 0

West Ham Ladies 4

WEST HAM Ladies under-12s put in an excellent second half performance to get the better of Valley Green last weekend.

Chelsea Martin scored 10 minutes into the second period to give the Hammers the lead, before Ella Hill scored twice to give her side a three-goal cushion.

Mollie Rose scored with two minutes to go to put a fine gloss on the scoreline.

West Ham: Alford, Amey, Harvey, Hodges, Hopkins, Jameson, Peverill, Rose, Sillitoe, Bland, Martin, Hill.

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