Bardag lift the title as Doganca shines
PUBLISHED: 17:47 23 April 2008 | UPDATED: 12:38 11 August 2010
Waltham Forest 0 Bardag 4 BARDAG under-12s swept past Waltham Forest in awesome style to secure the title and promotion. Man of the match was Necati Doganca, who produced some superb saves to deny Forest a goal as the tension mounted. That, though, was e
Waltham Forest 0 Bardag 4
BARDAG under-12s swept past Waltham Forest in awesome style to secure the title and promotion.
Man of the match was Necati Doganca, who produced some superb saves to deny Forest a goal as the tension mounted.
That, though, was extinguished by four excellent goals as Bardag sealed glory.
Bardag: Tetteh, Odum, Philbert, McPherson, Odunsi, Wild, Grant, Watson, Wright, Prendi, Osborne, Doganca.
Senrab 4 Dagenham United 3
DAGENHAM UNITED under-12s were edged out by a tenacious Senrab side in a thrilling clash.
The game might have swung either way, but despite goals from Gunnell, Bojaj and Gouviea, Dagenham returned empty-handed - but with their heads held high.
Dagenham United: Kelly, Embleton, Gouveia, S Moran, L Moran, Stuart, Nicholls, Rooke, Bojaj, Gunnell, Durban, Monty, Stefan, Scotcher.
Romford Royals 1 Dagenham United 5
BRILLIANT Dagenham United romped past Romford Royals to claim a magnificent victory - inspired by Charlie Herring's stunning hat-trick.
The whole team played to their full potential and were driven on by captain Sam Murphy, who was man of the match, while the other goals were scored by Rhys Meleady and Joshua Olawanle.
Dagenham United: Murphy, Herring, Meleady, Olawanle, Fairburn, Retter, Fleming, McGlynn, Adeshina, Johnson.
Parsonage Colts 3 UPR 1
PARSONAGE COLTS under-11s claimed a morale-boosting win over UPR.
The goals were clinical and impressive in their execution, with Edobor, Mallett and Ditkevicius all netting in fine style.
Parsonage Colts: Chafer, Okoh, Ayres, Shayle, Grigg, Pickett, Mallett, Yexley, Edobor, Saunders, Abutoh, Ditkevicius, Benmore, Klawiosiwk, Evendon, Frostick.
Amec 0 Leaside 1
AMEC under-11s outplayed Leaside for long periods, but came away with nothing to show for their efforts.
Having lacked a cutting edge in front of goal, Amec paid the price and to rub salt into their wounds, Leaside scored a scrappy goal just before half time to settle matters.
Corringham Cosmos 3 Tigers 0
LACKLUSTRE Tigers played this game in the manner of an end-of-season fixture and were hammered by Corringham Cosmos.
Charlie Parish was man of the match while Jonathan Nzengo had a headed goal chalked off for offside, but that was a rare moment of excitement for a disappointing Tigers team.
Tigers: Wells, Bailey, O'Connell, Allman, Parish, Dobson, Gill, Gammaldi, Merry, Cetinay, Barker, Hughes.