Jets down Hamlets Vase hopes
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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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Clapton were well beaten at the Old Spotted Dog as FC Romania gained full revenge for a recent defeat.
Tons had won 1-0 at Theobalds Lane only a week earlier, but the visitors set the record straight with a five-goal display in the return to close the gap on leaders Haringey to six points.
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Struggling Bengal were hit for six at Mile End Stadium to remain second from bottom.
Gavin Cockman hit a hat-trick for the visitors, with William Green adding a brace as they built a 5-1 lead by half-time.
Stansted 1 London Bari 2
Bari made it back-to-back wins with success at struggling Stansted.
The visitors took an early lead at Hargrave Park throguh but home keeper Reece Paine denied them a second soon after with a stunning reflex save and a deflected strike from Chris Gibbs levelled it up before the break.
But Bari claimed a winner in the second half to take all three points and move further away from the bottom of the table.
*Newham are due to play host to Greenhouse at the Old Spotted Dog ground today (Sunday) as their wait to return to the Terence McMillan Stadium goes on.