Leys go Sprinting on in style
PUBLISHED: 15:45 05 March 2008 | UPDATED: 12:29 11 August 2010
Leys Park 6 Sprint 3 A THRILLING clash was won by a tenacious Leys Park under-16s despite a stern challenge from Sprint. The game might have gone either way, but it was Leys who made a dash for the finishing line with Russell Hardy netting twice, Scott St
Leys Park 6 Sprint 3
A THRILLING clash was won by a tenacious Leys Park under-16s despite a stern challenge from Sprint.
The game might have gone either way, but it was Leys who made a dash for the finishing line with Russell Hardy netting twice, Scott Stacey grabbing a fine goal and Guimaraes, Kaptina and Murphy also scoring. Man of the match was Patric McMahon.
Leys Park: T Peacham, Taylor, D Peacham, McMahon, Maulkerson, Stacey, Murphy, Guimaraes, Humbasha, Jago, Hardy, Whitham, Durso, Bailey, Olodo, Kaptina.
Euro Dagenham 3 Beals 4
A TITANIC struggle saw Euro Dagenham under-14s slip to an agonising defeat at the hands of Beals.
Attacking-wise, Euro were an inspiration and GB-Dumaka scored twice while Sarki also netted, but they were found out at the other end. Brown was man of the match.
Euro Dagenham: Amato, Haastrup, Ferrol, Land, Postbeschild, Obi, GB-Dumaka, Sarki, Brown, Flint, Rexhepi, Appiah, Fernandez, Julio.
Buckhurst Hill 2 Tigers 2
TIGERS under-12s fought back from the dead to earn a hard-fought draw with Buckhurst Hill.
Two goals down after a lacklustre start, Tigers had it all to do, but fight back they did courtesy of goals from Charlie Parish and Jack Merry. Man of the match was Callum Wells.
Tigers: Wells, Bailey, Gill, Allman, Parish, O'Connell, Dobson, Gammaldi, Barker, Merry, Cetinay, Diya, Nzengo.
Dagenham United 4 Barn Spts 2
DAGENHAM UNITED under-11s recorded a magnificent win over Barn Sports.
The game was a pleasure to watch as both teams passed the ball with extreme accuracy and were a credit to their managers.
Man of the match Connor North though was the difference between the teams, netting a goal and catching the eye, while Charlie Herring, Sam Murphy and Alfie Hawes also scored.
Dagenham United: North, Herring, Murphy, Hawes, Retter, McGlynn, Hazell, MeLeady, Fleming, Olawanle, Adi-Prince, Fairburn.
Aztec 1 Valence 6
BRILLIANT Valence under-11s powered past Aztec and into the League Cup final with some sumptuous football and clinical finishing.
Timi Abiola netted a sublime hat-trick while Dominic Okus, Shane Williams and Jack Hodgson also scored fine goals.
Valence: Heard, Forde-Sampson, Duckett, Shobande, Adebayo, Williams, Okus, Abiola, Bessant, Hodgson, Jordan, Awosanya.
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