WEEK 37 REVIEW: Round-up of all the Corinthian League action from the weekend

WEEK 37 REVIEW: Round-up of all the Corinthian League action from the weekend

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The last Corinthian cup final action of the season took place on Friday evening with AC Milano facing JK Silvertown at Parkside in the Division One Cup Final. It took half an hour for the deadlock to be broken with Jorge Sambu getting on the end of a set piece. JK got back on terms just after the break with Stichbury on the end of a set piece to net but Milano were ahead seconds after the restart through an own goal before Aaron Brown headed in to make it 3-1. Chris Wright then reduced the deficit in the dying moments however it proved too late and AC Milano completed the quadruple with this 3-2 success.


The Division Two league table saw it's final game completed on Sunday morning with East London Ballers taking on Colebrook Royals Seniors in east London, both sides having had strong seasons in the third tier this term. It was Royals who ended their season on a high, edging the game by the odd goal in five to win 3-2, confirming a third place finish while Ballers take runners-up.


On Sunday, there was a double header of charity cup finals at Parsloes Park with three sides representing the league, beginning with the morning's Trophy final as AC Milano Reserves and Woodford Town met for the second time in a week. After last week's success for Town at Victoria Road, AC turned around their fortunes this time around, winning the game 5-3 to earn their club another trophy for the the season.

Later on in the day, it was the turn of the West Essex Cup to take the limelight with holders Brook Athletic back in action in the final, this time taking on a Parsonage Leys side from the Harlow League top flight. Brook were quick out of the blocks and raced into a lead, Parsonage however missing a penalty and a couple of gilt edged chances. A goal laden contest eventually saw Brook come out on top, winning 7-3 to lift the trophy for a second season.

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