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Wonderful Warren are just four-some

PUBLISHED: 18:04 09 April 2008 | UPDATED: 12:35 11 August 2010

CUP OF CHEER . . . the Warren School team who have won the cup for four consecutive years.

CUP OF CHEER . . . the Warren School team who have won the cup for four consecutive years.

THE Warren School year 11 team continued their amazing record in the Barking & Dagenham Cup as they secured their fourth consecutive title following a crushing win over All Saints at Fairlop Oak. A 6-0 victory was as impressive as they come and the school

THE Warren School year 11 team continued their amazing record in the Barking & Dagenham Cup as they secured their fourth consecutive title following a crushing win over All Saints at Fairlop Oak.

A 6-0 victory was as impressive as they come and the school have only lost once in five years in the competition, a remarkable record given the strength in depth of the event.

Ryan Nelson, in his last competitive game for the school before he leaves Warren to join Leyton Orient, scored a hat-trick while Liam Hughes scored twice and Joe Maskell added the sixth as their team romped to a memorable win.

James Norcott ran the game from the middle of the park while his partner in centre midfield, Hughes, showed incredible speed throughout the match and it was his pace that ensured he netted twice.

At the centre of defence Jordan Ogles and Ricky Hills were colossal as they headed and tackled with determination, giving the All Saints forwards no joy during the entire game.

Delighted Warren manager Gareth Murray said: "This has been an amazing five years and it has been a real privilege to have managed this group of boys. I will miss them when they leave."

Warren School: Pickett, Kwama, Ogles, Maskell, Yannik, Norcott, Hills, Yard, Nelson, Turner, Hughes, Stephens, Cabby.

The Warren year nine team, meanwhile, shared the trophy with Eastbrook as their final ended 3-3 after extra time.

n Eastbury School Year 10, reached the Borough Cup Final with a 2-1 win over Jo Richardson School.

Ben Bickford was on hand with both goals to put Eastbury through to their first cup final with All Saints School, to be played shortly after the Easter holidays.

Eastbury's year eight team beat All Saints School 4-0 in the Borough Cup Final and are also in the quarter-finals of the Essex and London Cups.

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