Hackney & Leyton League: Bancroft capture Hackney gazette Cup after Comet win
Last seasons Hackney Gazette Cup runners-up Bancroft put that memory to rest with a thumping 4-2 win over Comet in the final at Leyton FC on Friday night
Last seasons Hackney Gazette Cup runners-up Bancroft put that memory to rest with a thumping 4-2 win over Comet in the final at Leyton FC on Friday night.
Bancroft took the lead after 30 minutes through Justin Weatherman and it was 2-0 10 minutes later when Khalid Jama doubled their lead.
United dominated the second half and were three to the good when skipper Temi Oloto found the net, before Comet pulled a goal back through Danney Foley.
Man of the match Jama scored his second of the game in the 75th minute before Ulus Izzett struck a late consolation for Comet.
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