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Wapping Youth won Osmani Youth Community Cup

PUBLISHED: 13:00 23 July 2018

Wapping Youth celebrating winning the Osmani Community Cup (Pic: Emdad Rahman)

Wapping Youth celebrating winning the Osmani Community Cup (Pic: Emdad Rahman)

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Wapping Youth beat off strong competition on route to lifting the Osmani Community Cup 2018.

Wapping, led by man of the tournament Federico Montiero and joint top scorers Elijah Miller and Tyler Stanford-Edwards powered through to take the trophy home at Mile End Stadium.

They beat Sporting Green (5-1), drew against Newark Youth (2-2), beat Manor House (6-0) to progress into the knock-out stages.

A 3-1 victory against Vallance was enough to progress into the semi-finals where they beat Abohani 2-1.

It was Newark in the final and they managed a 2-1 win to get their hands on the silverware.

The Tower Hamlets outfits under-10’s also fared very well in reaching the last four but lost to eventual winners East Ham Rovers.

Manager Peter Clark said: “The boys did us and themselves proud.

“Well done to both under-11 and the under-10 boys.”


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