Congratulations to Mottingham Park Rangers and Vanbrugh on what was this morning a superb game of football.
After a tense goal-less first half, the second half absolutely burst into life, with a few challenges flying in and then Vanbrugh broke forward and Rhys Paterson slid Vanbrugh into the lead. Tempers frayed again later on the half and two players came together both to receive cautions, however Referee Josh Marshall took exception to the conduct of Mottingham Park Rangers manager Huss Hasan who was dismissed to the changing rooms.
Mottingham Park Rangers laid siege to the Vanbrugh goal in the dying moments and in the 94th minute up popped David Ricketts to nod Mottingham Park Rangers equalizer with the last touch of the game in front of a crowd of around 136.
Extra Time was just end to end as both teams tired, but there was nothing to separate them taking the game to penalties, where Mottingham Park Rangers scored 4 out of 4 to win the shoot out 4-3 and lift the Supreme Engraving Fair Play Cup for 2017.