Well as already reported Woolwich 90 made it to the London Sunday Junior Cup Final with a 3-2 win over Catford Wanderers. James Noel, Chika Mkala and a David Espanosa penalty were the heroes for the WESFA side.
Congratulations as well to Sabanoh 97, as they make it to the Dewar Shield final to defend their title after a 3-1 win over last seasons final opponents Springhill United. Two goals from Rashid Kamara and a Bankole Koroma strike was enough to send Sabanoh 97 into the final at Dartford's Princes Park Stadium on 30th April against Club Santacruzense De Londres (for tickets, click here).
Congratulations also to Eltham SF as they secured a 2-1 win over Cutty Sark (Thamesmead) to send our very own YouTube sensations to the Win Jones Memorial Cup Final at Welling United on May 7th. Their opponents will be decided on Sunday 26th March between Danson Albion and this season's unbeatable side Woolwich 90, tickets for this final will be released on Sunday when the opponents are known.
Goals galore in the Plumstead Challenge Cup, as AFC Croydon Town of the Croydon Municipal League fell to WESFA Premier Division Side Long Lane 6-4. A four goal haul from Jack Webber along with strikes from Johnny Wright and Jack Edwards sending the WESFA side through to a semi final at Club Santacruzense de Londres.
In the Amalgamated Lifts Limited Premier Division just the one game as Club Santacruzense de Londres travelled to Jam and came away with a 2-0 victory to close the gap to Sabanoh 97 at the top to 9 points with 3 games in hand, but with so many Cup games to play, will they have the time to finish their league campaign? Sergiomar Da Silva and Kruma Cruz were the scorers for the visitors.
In the Supreme Engraving Senior Division, Phoenix Knights missed the chance to go top above Woolwich 90 with a 3-3 draw with Plumstead AFC. Two goals from Craig Newell and one from Diego Claro were enough for the visitors to come away with a share of the spoils and deny Phoenix top spot. Woolwich Spartans leap above Danson Albion into 4th spot after a 3-2 win, with 2 goals from Adam Roberts and one from Ben Read. Two goals from Dan Lott and another from Pod Biggane were enough to secure Maroon XI a 3-1 win over 7th placed Bostall Old Boys, while Danny Richards and Patrick O'Connor were on target for Junior Reds Spartans in a 2-1 win over Eltham Phoenix.
In Division One Woodside Celtic remain top after a 6-3 win over Bexley Athletic, two goals a piece from Dennis Williams and John O'Mara along with Bradley Killick and Rob Merone strikes keep the home side above second placed Old Roan Red Lions who themselves secured a 5-1 win over Abbey Wood, Sill Benson, Tommy Eades, Tom Lawrance, Danny Lawson and Giles Wilmore on target for Old Roan. New London remain 3rd after goals from Jason Hammett (2) and Arlindo Covington secured a 3-1 win over Teviot Rangers.
In Division Two, leaders Kent Wanderers game against Borussia Heath was called off as the away side couldn't field a side, so 3rd placed Bayswater RK closed the gap a bit more with a 3-1 win over Junior Reds Athletic, Joey White, Ryan Styles and Bradley Johnson were on target for Bayswater. The day's other Division Two game saw a Danny Nicholl goal secure a 1-0 win for AFC Kingfisher over Sutcliffe Rangers.
In the Bert Holloway Cup, East Group, Steven Armstrong and David Coker scored for FC Plasma as they secured their first victory in the competition to be early leaders with a 2-1 win over Mottingham Park Rangers.
In the Leader Trophy South Group, two goals from Ashley Care mean Springhill United Reserves are the early leaders on alphabetical order after a 2-1 win over Vanbrugh, which Woolwich Royals are in second spot with a 2-1 win over Lessa FXI with goals from Yavor Hristov and Nimet Haxhiu.
In the Leader Trophy West Group, Mottingham Forest are the early leaders after a 3-1 win over Meridian Sports courtesy of two Jake Scott strikes one each side of a James Moore goal.