WEEK 15 REVIEW: Review of all of the weekend's league and cup action

WEEK 15 REVIEW: Review of all of the weekend's league and cup action

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Two sides have booked their place in the semi-finals of the Corinthian Cup following victories over the weekend. First of those is Warren United who travelled to Walthamstow to take on Ainslie Wood and came away as 4-2 winners. James Peagram scored twice with Jonah Gregory and William Sherrin both netting to book a place in the semi finals against either Repton Park or Upshire.

In the other quarter-final, it took an extra half an hour to separate the sides as Liberty Stars ended level at 2-2 after normal time against Flanders. Extra time goals however saw the Stars to a 4-2 win with Benjamin Forkuo scoring twice adding to goals from Nana Ayew and Abraham-Kewku Adjei. They now go on to face Barking in the semi-finals in the new year.


Last season’s Trophyland Cup finalists, FC Mexico, are once again on the cup trail and have booked a place in the semi-final with a 3-1 win on the road at Westferry Elite. A goal for each of Tom Terry, Ian Tucker and Rhys Tyrrell confirmed the victory and sees them through to a semi-final against either Alpha or E4 Rangers.


Warren United Reserves ended their year in style, coming from a goal down to beat Valley Park in Barkingside 3-1. James Masters done the damage with a brace with Darren Burns also netting to confirm a victory that closes the gap on their opponents to just a single point.

Barking & Dagenham Wanderers returned to winning ways in style as they beat Korona Redbridge 5-2 at Wanstead Flats. Nick Read scored twice for the Wanderers with Sam Sheppard, Ashton Lord and David Cole all scoring to secure maximum points.

Continuing the theme of 5-2 results were St Augustines who deployed the same scoreline over Dagenham United in Barkingside. Kyran Allen scored a hat-trick for the Saints with Ciaran McVeigh and Thomas Neale rounding things off.


Waltham Athletic took advantage of the leaders being out of action at the weekend and return to the top of the table following a 3-1 win at home on Sunday against Lonsdale in Leyton. Anton Gjergji found the back of the net once again for the visitors but his goal proved just a consolation as Athletic took home the points.

Docklands Albion returned to winning ways on Sunday with a comfortable 7-0 win at Romford Galaxy to move to third in the table. Ross McWilliams scored a quartet of goals for the Albion with Kamal Creary, Roberto Rosero and Rushane Harmon completing a comprehensive win.

London Fire Brigade are up to fourth in the table as they took on Morfdown Elect in Hainault to end their year on a high note. Fire edged a close game in winning 2-1 to keep pace with the leading sides.


Alliance United have moved up to third place in the table following a comfortable 5-0 win on Sunday against Partizan CMC in Dagenham. Kevin Davidson scored a hat-trick to increase his tally for the season with Paul Pierson’s brace accounting for the balance of goals.

Just behind Alliance in the table are Ridgeway Rovers who shared the points on Sunday in an incredible 5-5 draw against second placed Upshire Reserves. That result for Upshire adds extra importance to their crunch clash against leaders Wanstead United this weekend.

Alpha have moved up to sixth in the table after securing a 5-2 win on Sunday against AC Milano Reserves in West Ham. A goal for each of Jermaine Lake, Jason Grant, Conor Wallace, Brentton Barrett and Ross Chilvers saw their side to victory on the day.

FC United of Hornchurch scooped a third league win of the season with a narrow 1-0 win against Asianos Reserves in Leyton. That win moves United up to within a point of their opponents in seventh position.


SL Menfica will rarely find themselves in a stronger position going into the festive period as they saw off the efforts of Central Colts on Sunday in Dagenham. Two goals from Jake Muller plus single strikes from James Dobson and Jordan Clark completed a 4-1 win to make it nine wins from nine games in the league.

In a congested mid-table, Hornchurch Oakmont have moved up a number of places to fourth position as a four-goal performance from George Terry and a Nathan Adams hat-trick carried their side to a thumping 7-0 win against Grey Area.

And rounding things off was one of the games of the day where Heathside and Goresbrook participated in a nine-goal thriller in Dagenham. Mark Ellis (2), Craig Ellis and Joseph Uhama were all on target for the hosts but five goals from a revitalised Goresbrook outfit keeps their recent unbeaten run going.

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