WEEK 13 REVIEW: Three Colts shock Premier Division side Blue Marlin in Fenton Cup

WEEK 13 REVIEW: Three Colts shock Premier Division side Blue Marlin in Fenton Cup

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Three Colts created the shock of the Fenton Cup second round so far as the Division One side saw off the challenge of Premier Division outfit, Blue Marlin, winning 2-1. Richard Blackwell and David Watson scored the crucial goals for Colts to set up a quarter final away at Chingford Athletic with Rorie McKenzie replying with Marlin’s consolation goal. The other Fenton Cup tie saw Melbourne Sports come away with a comfortable 6-2 win over Inter Plaistow with John Shubert netting a brace to go with goals from Patrick King, Greg Justham, Marcus Dadson and Jordan Green. Danny Vass and Mason Brown were on target with Plaistow’s response.

Chingford Athletic have gone top of the Premier Division following a 4-1 win away at fellow title chasers Jolof Sports Club. Goals from Michael Mignot, Garry Murray and Lee Doyle secured the victory with Liam Steers netting Jolof’s consolation goal. St Francis and Rainham Working Mens Club shared the points in a 2-2 draw as Jezreel David and Kyle Bennett netted for Saints to secure their side a point.

In Division One, Grove United moved three points clear at the top of the table with a seventh league win in seven games following their latest result, an 8-1 win against Forest Green. Harry Chalk was the star of the show with five goals, adding to strikes from Daniel Aggio, Sam Naylor and Billy Rongay. Glendale picked up a 4-1 win in their match away at Flyers with John Taylor scoring a brace and further goals from Ed Brotherton and Domenico Tagliamonti securing the victory for the Dales. Also winning 4-1 were Kitgum Boys who moved up a place to third in the table following their win on the road away at West Essex Reserves. Cowley Community picked up their first league win of the season as goals from Takunua Ndadzungira, Thom Bryan and Gideon Odubayo sent their side to a 3-1 win against Chingford Harriers. Dave Birchnall was on target for Harriers’ goal.

London APSA have gone top of Division Two on goal difference following a narrow 2-1 win against Custom House on Saturday aided by rivals Singh Sabha Barking dropping points in a 3-3 draw against Leyton Green. Jordan Hamilton netted a brace for Singh Sabha with Adam Mazarelo adding a third but the goals were cancelled out by Green goals from Brad Hill, Simon Bush and Shaun Symister to rescue a point. Michael Boahene was the hero for third placed Chingford Athletic Reserves as his four goals led his side to a 7-0 victory over Newham Royals. Sam French, George Watmough and Joseph Middleweek were also on target for the boys from E4.

In English Deaf Football National Cup action yesterday were St Johns Deaf who travelled to face Bristol Deaf and came away with a place in round two after an excellent 3-1 win which was secured with goals from Ross Edwards, Jason McLean and Marios Costi.

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