Jets down Hamlets Vase hopes

Newham won their Essex Senior League derby with Tower Hamlets

Newham won their Essex Senior League derby with Tower Hamlets - Credit: Archant

FA Vase: Oxhey Jets 4 Tower Hamlets 1

Tower Hamlets were sent crashing out of the FA Vase by Jets in west London.

O’Mara put the home side ahead after only four minutes, but Luke With got AJ Olatunbosun’s men back on terms when converting from the penalty spot just before the half-hour mark.

Oxhey regained the lead through O’Mara before half-time, though, and the same player went on to complete his hat-trick after the restart.

Armitt added a fourth to send them comfortably through as Hamlets headed back to east London well beaten.


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