Tower Hamlets crash out of the FA Vase to Enfield

PUBLISHED: 08:30 13 November 2017

A Tower Hamlets player goes through on goal at Mile End Stadium (Pic: Tim Edwards)

A Tower Hamlets player goes through on goal at Mile End Stadium (Pic: Tim Edwards)


FA Vase: Tower Hamlets 1 Enfield 2

Tower Hamlets crashed out of the FA Vase to fellow Essex Senior League side Enfield in the second round at Mile End Stadium.

The hosts took a 14th minute lead through Curtis Pond but just two minutes later the visitors levelled through Andy Tirivanhu and then with just over twenty minutes left Joe Clark put the visitors ahead.

However the game ended with some drama after Hamlets had two players sent off for second bookings, the 95th minute saw a melee and see another two red cards for the hosts and one for the visitors in rather unsavoury scenes.

Enfield progressed into the Third Round of the cup competition.

The two sides will meet again in the league on Monday evening at Barrow Farm Stadium.

Tower Hamlets: Pellin, Earle, Watson, Tobin, Odedoyin, Ndure, Pond, Sinclair, Anthony, Odedoyin, With.

Subs: Rowe, Martelli, Capleton, Montiero, Ross.

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