In the Kent Sunday Junior Cup, WESFA interest ended as a Jamie Williams goal couldn't prevent Footscray Lions going out after a 2-1 defeat at Artois United.
In the Plumstead Challenge Cup, Long Lane B march on thanks to a 4-0 win over Teviot Rangers. Joe Borland, Michael O'Kane, Jack Robbins and Steven Smith with the goals to set up a 3rd round tie against Jam.
Two goals for Justin Gould were not enough as Mottingham Park Rangers progress in the Dewar Shield was halted by Premier Division St Michaels 4-2. St Michaels now face the difficult task of a trip to Eltham Phoenix B in the Quarter Final. Woolwich 90 needed extra time to see off Blackfen United 3-2, Joe Baker, Daley Sawyers and James Noel sealing the win despite two goals from James Tidnam of Blackfen. Woolwich 90 now host the holders, Club Santacruzense de Londres in the Quarter Final.
In the Win Jones Memorial Bowl, New London progress at the expense of Bostall Old Boys, Arlindo Covington, Darren Schroeder, Danny Lucas and Twana Raber on target in a 4-0 win, which sees New London travel to The Oddfellows Arms in the Semi Final.
A thriller at Northumberland Heath as Eltham Phoenix A progress to the Semi Finals of the Len Wareham Cup where they face Mottingham Park Rangers thanks to a 3-2 win over Junior Reds Athletic.
Some Fred Jolly action as well, where Long Lane A progress 2-0 on aggregate over Advent Royals thanks to goals from Ross Gregory and Karlos Fairweather. Junior Reds Spartans or Lessa FXI now await in round 2. Springhill United also progress thanks to a 17-0 aggregate win over Division 3 Woolwich Royals, Daniel Quarshie bagged a hat-trick, Danny Parmenter & Patrick Ward a brace, Harry Nelson, Marcus Neilson & Neil Short were all on target in a stonking 11-0 win on the day. Springhill now face the winners of Phoenix Knights and Turk Ogaci Limasol Russellers. A hat-trick from David Scott helped AFC Kingfisher to a 5-2 win over Baldon Sports Reserves, sealing a 10-4 aggregate win, Kingfisher now host Hornfair Athletic who after a narrow 5-4 first leg win over Abbeymead, demolished them 12-0 in the second leg. Sam Bailey and Brima Daramy both hitting hat-tricks. The game between Sabanoh & Thamesmead in the first leg, failed to take place after various issues, and the first leg was declared void.
In the Amalgamated Lifts Limited Premier Division, two goals from Vitor Abreu gave Club Santacruzense de Londres a 2-1 win over Jam, while Jake & Tony Robinson both scored as Eltham Phoenix B secured a 2-0 win over Orpington Eagles.
In the Supreme Engraving Senior Division, big winners were Woolwich Spartans who secured a 5-1 win over Woodside Celtic. Adam Roberts and Eni Penev both scored twice, with Billy Granger getting the other. Loads of goals too at Eltham SF v Turk Ocagi Limasol Russellers as the sides shared 8 goals and the points. Hamid Bangura hit a hat-trick for TOL with Taylor-Jay Heward getting the other while Charlie Gaish hit 2 and Tommy Gaish and Emmanuel Brown both one each for the home side in a 4-4 draw.
In the Danson Property Services Division One, two goals from Justin Rose and strikes from Ryan Styles and Jack Holland gave Bayswater RK a 4-0 win at FC Forza Greenwich. Welling Town also got 3 points in a 4-3 win over Junior Reds Spartans. Jourdan Copeland, Nathan Friday, Matt Gay & Russell Hodges on target for Welling, Jamil Musa and Patrick O'Connor for Spartans. Sharing the spoils were Abbey Wood and Kent Wanderers thanks to goals from Chris Hart, Darren Shortall, Dollard Zola and Anthony Putrus-Schnell, and Maroon and Danson Albion also shared the points with Jack Langsford and Charlie Edwards with the goals.
In the ABA Technical Division Two, big winners were FC Plasma who hit five past Springhill United Reserves, Louie Rowbotham scored twice with Joe Perry, Leigh Ives and David Coker also on target. Baldon Sports and Bexley Athletic shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw. Charlie & Keegan Robinson for Baldon, while Elton Lewis and Rennell George for Bexley.
One game in the Summerhill Music Division Three, saw Heath win 5-2 at Mottingham Forest. Blair Anderson, George Atkins, Joe Brimm, Conor Kennedy and Aaron Daniel Anthony with the goals for Heath while James Moore scored two for Forest.