WEEK 34 REVIEW: Round-up of all the Corinthian action from the Bank Holiday weekend

WEEK 34 REVIEW: Round-up of all the Corinthian action from the Bank Holiday weekend

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In the Senior Division, it was role reversal this weekend as Hatch Lane avenged last week’s defeat to Brook Athletic by taking all three points this time around with a 3-0 away victory at Parsloes Park. That result saw Hatch jump up into fifth place in the table as their season ends while Brook still require a win to earn the runners-up medals this season.


The last league cup semi-final action of the season was completed on Sunday as AC Milano went up against Barking Riverside in the last four for a place in the final later this month. And it was the hosts who earned themselves another shot at silverware as AC Milano won 5-1 courtesy of two Zekariyas Hailu goals plus efforts from Zachariah Aliane, Hassan Mohammed and Uzair Patel.


Back in the league, JK Silvertown’s late surge towards a top half finish this season saw them up against a side also involved in that battle, taking on Benchviews in a fourth versus fifth clash. A five-goal thriller eventually finished in JK’s favour, that 3-2 win seeing them move to within a point of their opponents with two games to go.


In Division Two, Debden Sports Reserves have crossed the winning threshold following their victory against Daglanta to confirm the league title, a 5-2 win secured courtesy of a Billy Barr hat-trick plus goals from Lewis Crowe and Will Osmond. Humoud Majid and Eric Sowonola both scored for the hosts but it wasn’t enough to stop Debden securing the trophy.

Elsewhere, there was double header action in east London as hosts East London Ballers earned all six points from their “six-pointer” affair with Leytonstone Athletic. They were 3-0 winners in the first game with Kishawn James scoring a hat-trick. Then in game two, they were 6-0 winners as Martin Valkov, Andre Graham, Qusay Mohammed, Kishawn James, Zulquirnain Khan and Toheeb Elegushi all netting.


It was also a day of celebration for Woodford Town who earned the result they needed to take the Division Four league title following a 4-1 home win against Byron Red Star in their final game. Town goals from Sonny Clarke, Luke Dimond, Finlay Sims and Ben Dimond were the difference in the end, that outcome being what they needed to get their hands on the silverware.


Manford Way remain on the cusp of the league title in Division Five, needing a point from their remaining game to take the title. They were involved in a 2-2 draw on Sunday against Lonsdale where Denis Hilaj and Xhyher Tyrbetari goals helped the visitors to take a share of the spoils at Parsloes Park, keeping Lonsdale in eighth spot.

Also in Dagenham, May & Baker EC continued their late push for a runners-up spot in the division, edging a thriller against Young Royals 3-2 to make it eleven league wins for the season ahead of next week’s semi-final. Harry Goodwin, Johnny Gallagher and Billy Biggs all netted for Bakers who remain in fourth place in the standings with two games to go.


In Division Seven, the race for the runners-up spot in the division reached a conclusion on Sunday as Ridgeway Rovers and Ping City Phoenixes both went into the game knowing they had to win to move second. But a thrilling 4-4 draw handed Debden Sports second place in the end in a final twist. Dillon Woods struck two with Ryan Vallance and Tommy Sheridan scoring the others for Rovers with Tom Lyall, Sean Jordan, Luey Young and Jack Flood goals for Ping seeing them take a point.

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