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Sporting Bengal, London Bari win; Barking lose

PUBLISHED: 08:53 01 October 2015 | UPDATED: 08:53 01 October 2015

Sporting Bengal beat Enfield at Mile End Stadium last night (pic: Sporting Bengal FC)

Sporting Bengal beat Enfield at Mile End Stadium last night (pic: Sporting Bengal FC)

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Sporting Bengal 5 Enfield 0

Prince William was the hat-trick hero as Sporting Bengal produced a five-start display to beat Enfield at Mile End Stadium last night.

William opened the scoring on 20 minutes, racing away on the right wing from halfway and firing an angled shot inside the far post, with Tunde Adewunmi adding a second on the stroke of half time.

And William struck again on 50 minutes to make it 3-0, before completing his treble on the hour.

Adewunmi rounded off a superb night for Anwar Uddin’s side with his second goal 10 minutes from time to give them a lift ahead of their FA Vase with with Halstead Town on Saturday.

Uddin tweeted: “Really good @SportingBengal 5-0 home win but delighted for @William11Prince who got his 1st senior hat-trick #3points #CleanSheet.”

Waltham Forest 1 London Bari 2

Ifrdayo Adetunji’s brace proved enough to earn Bari the points at Wadham Lodge.

Adetunji opened the scoring on 17 minutes, but Forest hit back to level just past the hour mark through Elie Mbangu.

The home side’s joy was shortlived, though,as Adetunji claimed his second goal six minutes later to seal victory for the visitors.

Bari are back on the road on Saturday as they visit Hullbridge Shorts.

FC Romania 4 Barking 3

Barking slipped to a second successive league loss after a seven-goal thriller at Theobalds Lane.

Beaten 1-0 at home by Sawbridgewortth on Saturday, Blues blew a two-goal lead along the way, after Joe Staunton and Joe Omogiate netted seven minutes apart in the first half to put them on top.

Bogdan Ungureanu hit back on 33 minutes and an own goal levelled things up on the hour, before Adrian Cooschi put FC Romania 3-2 up on 67 minutes.

Ben Turner replied from the penalty spot for Mick O‘Shea’s men seven minutes from time, claiming his 45th goal for the club in the process.

It was not enough to earn them a point, however, as Andrei Baciu snatched a winner for FC Romania just two minutes later.

Defeat leaves Barking in 11th place, nine points adrift of leaders Bowers, who they visit on Saturday.

Barking: Green, Ling, Reynolds, Rix, Golby, O’Brien, Omogiate (Creed 41), Barlow, Turner, Staunton, Foster (Tarbard 75). Unused subs: Ashwell, Sherwood.


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