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PUBLISHED: 11:26 19 November 2009 | UPDATED: 15:16 05 October 2010

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There was a huge shock in the second round of the Dickie Davies Cup when Fourth Division outfit Florist Arms dramatically beat Premier side Red Devils on penalties

There was a huge shock in the second round of the Dickie Davies Cup when Fourth Division outfit Florist Arms dramatically beat Premier side Red Devils on penalties.

After the game finished 2-2 in 90 minutes, the contest went into extra time where both sides found the net to force a penalty shootout. Florist goalkeeper Simon Roza was his side's hero after saving the deciding spot-kick.

Nani, Martin Shaw and Pierre Mathews scored for Florist, while Charles Brady scored twice and Zeek Watson also scored for Devils.

Division Two side Midfield hammered Premier Division OKJH 4-0 as Daniel Piggott, Daniel Skeelts, Chris Byrne and Antopong all scored.

Division Three outfit Mile End Colts came close to their own upset as they took Premier side MSW to penalties, after drawing 1-1, with Philly Eusebe scoring for MSW and Frances King for Colts, but were thwarted by MSW stopper Adan Mehmet, who saved three spot-kicks.

Three Compasses were too strong for Division Two outfit Athletico Angels and won 6-1 thanks to doubles from Liam Allen and Rheaz Aorantez, plus goals from Joe Benjamin and Danny Fitzpatrick, while James Brockbank replied for Angels.

Givronin grabbed a hat-trick as Vio Romania beat Baris Spor 5-1, with Luca Andrei and Grab John also finding the scoresheet.

Clapton Rangers edged out spirited Division Two side Lammas 2-1 thanks to strikes from Brian Okwera and Ashley Taylor, before Dennis Osbourne replied for Lammas and Mile End beat Eureka 2-1 with goals from Andrew Jules and Chris Leon.

James Smith struck twice, and Nathan Scarborough once, as FC Metwin beat Adam & Eve 3-0, while FC Storm routed AC Islington 5-1 thanks to doubles from Ivan prodan and Konstantin Small plus a Volodymur Tyransgreio strike.

Awat Klfesus gave Hackney Borough a surprising lead over Albion Manor only to see his side lose 5-1 thanks to a Daryl Whelan treble plus goals from Allan Mullan and Luke Rowland.

Goals from Ibrahim Konate, Vincent Williams, Justin Weatherman and Tyrone Davidson earned Bancroft a 4-0 win over Jay Cubed.

Premier League leaders Lapton beat Wounded Knee 3-0 with goals by Ashley Bennett, Maurice Byfield and Daniel Stephenson.

Gascoyne and Mustard played out a thrilling game with the former winning 5-3, thanks to strikes from Ryan Merry, Carlos Reynolds, Michael O'Donoghue, Toka Ucasal and Kiren O'Donoghue, while Kieran Conway and George Green replied for Mustard.

Irawo Reds beat fellow Premier side Real Romania 5-2 thanks to doubles from Emmanuel Pappe and Emmanuel Clement and one from Victor Igbo, while Mariah Necular and Thihai Cotnareanon replied.

Enoch Boateng hit a hat-trick to lead Black Meteors to a 6-1 win over Regents Park. Frank Amarkwar hit a double while Iddi Yahya also scored for Meteors.

Goals from Nathtan Mathurin, Liam Patrick and Daniel Stanley earned Cosmopolitan a 3-1 win over Royal Oak.

In Division One of the Hackney & Leyton League, PC Polit beat Lancresse 2-1 with goals from Tommy Mayers and Rida Knight, while Jermaine Hawkins replied for Lancresse.

Scott Pond hit a hat-trick and Andre Marielle scored one as Old George E2 edged past London Aprilla 4-2, for whom Don Allen and Jack Fletcher scored.

Tottenham Phoenix hammered FC Big Kahuna 5-0 in Division Two thanks to a Jeromine Anglin treble plus goals from Mashia Odimna and Menalick Richards.

Bradley Donovan scored three and Richardo Gaffe once as Hare & Hounds won 4-1 against Delta, for whom S Farren scored.

Hat-tricks from Daryl Barclay, A Raphael plus a double from P Nweze and singles from both J Lefire and Y Adv Leach helped Cock Tavern destroy Maynell 10-0.

Chris Howard scored twice for AFC Knights, but they could only draw 2-2 with Wenlock Arms, whose scorers were Mohamed Kali and Michael Walsh.

Ravenscroft were too strong for Eastway Olympia and won 7-0, thanks to a treble from Dean Smith, two from Chris Salisbury and goals from John McElvin and Chris Buck.

Nick Jackson's goal was in vain for East London as they lost 3-1 to Comet.


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