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No upsets in Hackney & Leyton League Dickie Davies Cup

PUBLISHED: 15:35 22 October 2009 | UPDATED: 15:07 05 October 2010

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Fourth Division side Ravenscroft came close to pulling off a huge shock in the Dickie Davies Cup First Round last Sunday

Fourth Division side Ravenscroft came close to pulling off a huge shock in the Dickie Davies Cup First Round last Sunday.

They were narrowly beaten 4-2 by First Division outfit Mile End as Chris Salisbury and an own goal kept Ravenscroft in the match.

Sadly for them Mile End proved too strong in the end as doubles from James Morris and Andrew Jules were enough to seal their progression to the next round.

Premier Division side MSW defeated Lancresse Rangers thanks to a hat-trick from Phillip Slade and a Charlie Cork strike. Jermaine Hawkins scored both of Rangers' goals.

Midfield beat Young Prince 6-0, with doubles from Luke Trimm and Chris Byrne doing the damage, while Don Shelts and Gilbert Cyrille also added their names to the score sheet.

Alan Eames hit the winner for Metwin as they edged out Delta 2-1. James Smith scored Metwin's first while Bradley Mills netted for Delta.

The Premier Division class of Red Devils was too much for Division Four side East London as they were thrashed 7-0. Kay Jones and Zeek Watson scored two each, while Alistair Buffonge, Craig Allenand Wayne Edwards also found the net.

Adam Knight, James Brockbank and Ashley Green helped Athletico Angels to beat Division Three outfit Cock Tavern 3-1.

Johnnie Offei, Joe Seabrook and Ade Cole were the scorers for Premier League Clapton Rangers who beat mid-table Division One side London Asprilla, for whom Duncan Ellis found the net.

Kieron Conway scored twice as Mustard beat Comet 6-1. Jason Hartles, John Green, Claudio Novics and Harry Jones also found the net, while Taylor replied for Comet.

Division Two leaders Cosmopolitan were too strong for Hoxton Foxes of Division Three. Marcellious Joseph scored twice, while goals from Syede Cole, Nathan Mathurin, Dominic St Hill and an own goal sealed the win

Hat-tricks from Shaun Morgan and Richard McMullan helped Division One leaders Adam & Eve to a crushing 10-2 win over Big Kahuna.

James Briggs, Gavin Kealy, Clint Edwards and Lee Vega also found the target while Tom Raffety scored both of Big Kahuna's goals.

Regents Park beat Wenlock Arms 3-0 while a hat-trick from Iman Kaya, doubles from Tekcan Tek and Volkan Erew plus a goal from Saied Hassan was enough for Baris Spor to hammer Eastway Olympia 8-0.

Lammas beat Walthamstow Village 5-1 thanks to strikes from Shegun Adegbrite, Danny Walker, Denis Osbourne, Junior Xatse and Jacaves Guie.

Division One side Gascoyne beat Third Division outfit Maynell 7-1 thanks to a hat trick from Kurtis Mader plus doubles from Michael O'Donoghue and Tolga Ucasan, while Altay Baskay replied for Maynell.

In what proved to be a real thriller, Jay Cubed edge out fellow Division Two side Lockers 7-5.

Carlos Watt hit a hat-trick, while Ian Baker, Jason Hurley, Patrick Barrett and Dean Johnson scored a goal apiece.

Phil Ellerby struck three times for Lockers, for whom Ryan Jackson and Tom Geogne also found the net.

Premier League side Three Compasses snuck past Third Division outfit Alpha Grove 3-2 thanks to goals from Liam Allen, Lee Brown and Patrick Fitzgerald.

Mile End Colts beat FC Highstone 5-0, as Francis King and Robert Tillett scored twice, while Ross Pattern also found the net.

In what was a highly-entertaining contest, Strom edged out Tottenham Phoenix 5-4 on penalties after extra time could not split the sides.

Maskin Vocosir, Konstantin Smalix and Igor Novaswitrfy scored for Storm, while Phoenix's goals came from Cary Joseph, Jermaine Anglin and Menalick Richards.

After leading Premier League club Albion Manor 1-0 at the break, Second Division side Hare & Hounds were pegged back and forced into extra time, where they lost 4-3.

Tony Walker scored twice for Albion, for whom Allan Mullan and Mathew Harris also scored, while a double from Dwayne Sharon and a Richard Gaffe goal were not enough for The Hounds.

Luca Andrei score three goals, while there was one apiece from Grab Jon and Palvicie Manuel Benjamin as Vio Romania beat AFC Knights 5-0.

Both Bancroft United and Hackney Borough progressed, after neither Shoreditch Fire Penguins or Volker United could fulfil the fixture.


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