Euro Dagenham are crowned champions
PUBLISHED: 16:40 13 February 2008 | UPDATED: 14:11 02 July 2010
Tigers 2 Euro Dagenham 5 EURO DAGENHAM under-14s surged to the league title after a fantastic win over Tigers. A superb hat-trick from GB-Dumaka and a brace of goals from AJ settled a keenly-contested game - and saw Euro clinch the championship. Haastrup
Tigers 2 Euro Dagenham 5
EURO DAGENHAM under-14s surged to the league title after a fantastic win over Tigers.
A superb hat-trick from GB-Dumaka and a brace of goals from AJ settled a keenly-contested game - and saw Euro clinch the championship. Haastrup was man of the match.
Euro Dagenham: Amato, Flint, Postbeschild, GB-Dumaka, Ferrol, Sarki, Stafford, Brown, Land, Haastrup, Poopaj, Obi, Appiah, Fernandez, Julio, Rexhepi.
Bardag 9 Belmont Juniors 0
BRILLIANT Bardag under-13s powered past Belmont Juniors with panache and precision to book a semi-final place in the cup.
The victors seemed to score every time they went forward and thanks to fine strikes from Harry Dahler (2), Alex Akicti (2), Charlie Martin, Abba Bako, Alfie Jones, Alistear Thomas, Buster Alaoui, and the goalkeeper, who scored with a penalty, victory was sealed at a canter.
Man of the match was Emmanuel Igbedioh for an impressive display.
Bardag: Alaoui, Soetan, Martin, Davis, Marshall, Rose, Bako, Bazlin, Nguessan, Dahler, Akicti, Ellis, Hadjkura, Jones, Thomas.
Ascot 2 Upney Tigers 5
RAMPANT Tigers under-13s clinched promotion with an impressive away victory over Ascot.
The win was all the more impressive as Ascot had won the reverse fixture 6-1 earlier in the season.
Tigers led from the off, with league top scorer Cameron Maxwell and strike partner Bradley Chapman grabbing a brace apiece and the impressive Danny Wise netting the fifth.
Next up for Tigers is a League Cup quarter final with Upminster Park Rovers, who they have already beaten twice this season.
Upney Tigers: Brightman, Brogan, Rowan, Murray, Crane, Taylor, Cruikshank, Fluck, Chapman, Hall, Levett, Maxwell, Moore, Connor, Wise.
Beals 1 Bardag 7
BARDAG under-12s romped to a sublime win and surged to the top of the table in style.
Beals were their victims. Bardag tore at them at will and secured an emphatic win with goals from Joel Odum (2), Owen Prendi (2), man of the match Callum Higgins, Borbor Thomas and Malachi McPherson.
Bardag: Doganca, Watson, Philbert, Lastun, Odunsi, Tetteh, Wright, Higgins, Grant, Thomas, Odum, Prendi, McPherson.
Dagenham United 9
Sporting Bengal 0
DAGENHAM UNITED under-11s surged to a resounding win over Sporting Bengal.
Stronger in all areas of play, Dagenham secured victory with hat-tricks from Hawes and Herring, a brace from North and a strike from Meleady.
Dagenham United: Hawes, Herring, North, Meleady, Adeshina, Retter, Johnson, Fairburn, Olawanle, Hazell, McGlynn, Hall-Prince.
Parsonage Colts 3 Woodford 1
PARSONAGE COLTS under-11s cruised past Woodford with clinical finishing and delightful football.
Yexley, Edobor and Abutoh scored sublime goals and man of the match Okoh impressed.
Parsonage Colts: Chafer, Ayres, Okoh, Grigg, Pickett, Mallett, Yexley, Edobor, Saunders, Abutoh, Benmore, Klawiosiwk, Frostick, Evenden.
Bardag 8 Leaside 0
BARDAG under-11s surged past Leaside in impressive fashion.
The victor's finishing was unerring, with Adam Thomas and Charlie Sprent hitting hat-tricks and Adam Hadjkura claiming a brace.
Bardag: Lovett, Thomas, Smith, Drury, Sinfield, Sprent, West, Wright, Hadjkura, Halil, Morrison.
Tactical 1 Byron Red Star 3
TACTICAL under-11s succumbed to Byron Red Star despite loads of effort and determination.
Brandon Sendeke's sublime free-kick was as good as it got for Tactical, but man of the match David Haim also impressed in goal.
Tactical: Haim, Merritt, Greaves, Sendeke, Payne, Nutter, Hurley, Lyddiatt, Ewuoso, Cooper, Dawe, Goldsmith, Wright, Lowe, Falola, Dennett.
Tigers 1 Buckhurst Hill 3
TIGERS paid the price for failing to take their chances against a strong Buckhurst Hill side.
Trailing 3-0, the game looked up and though man of the match Jonathan Nzengo created a goal for Kemal Cetinay, it was too little, too late.
Tigers: Wells, Bailey, O'Connell, Parish, Allman, Gill, Dobson, Gammaldi, Merry, Diya, Nzengo, Hughes, Cetinay.
Jays Boys 3 Rushingham 1
JAYS BOYS defeated Rushingham with a swagger and quality goals to stretch their unbeaten run to four games.
A double blast from Allionis and Huber-Diaz's excellent strike sealed victory for a team growing in confidence with every game.
Jays: Kelleher, Unwin, Allionis, Butler, Maycey, Bray, Huber-Diaz, Sleight, Brown, Mahoney, Pryce.