In the Alliance Cup Quarter Final Welling Town progress to the Semi Final with a 5-1 win over Danson Albion. Alex Kirby with 2, while Joshua Cooper, Jourdan Coupland were also on target. Charlie Edwards with the lone goal for Danson.
Into the Amalgamated Lifts Limited Premier Division, and a hat-trick from Jordan McTigue helped Eltham Phoenix B maintain their lead at the top of the table with a 6-4 win over Woolwich 90. Taylor Robinson, Tony Robinson and Joseph Tamlyn were also on target, while Daley Sawyers (2), James Noel and Nick Jackson struck for Woolwich 90. Dropping points for the second week running were Club Santacruzense de Londres, who were held at home by bottom of the table Springhill United. Patrick Ward with the goal for Springhill while no scorer recorded for Santacruzense. Taking full advantage of that to close the gap were Footscray Lions who gave Sabanoh 97 a 4-0 thumping. Jamie Williams with a hat-trick, with Gary Ling also on target for the Lions who saw Lawrence Winter sent off. Hot on their tails are Long Lane B who after a few weeks off, recorded a 3-0 win over Orpington Eagles, Jack Robbins, and Jack Carthy on target along with Tom Rush who also saw red. St Michaels are up to 5th with a 2-1 win over Jam. Adam Fahy and John Woodcock with the goals while Myles Alexander scored the consolation.
In the Supreme Engraving Senior Division, two defeats in two for Eltham SF as their lead at the top is down to 3 points. The Oddfellows Arms coming from behind to win 3-2 with a late, late goal. Jake McIntyre scored twice and James Sutherland once for Oddfellows, while Toby Brown and Jordan Davids goals weren't enough as SF remain without a win in 2018. Just 5 points separates the top 5 sides in the division. While Eltham SF were losing, Hornfair Athletic were on the next pitch recording a 6-2 win over Woolwich Spartans. Lewis Oduku with a hat-trick while Sam Bailey, Jack Henderson and Jay Naiwo were all also on target. Eni Penev with the 2 for Spartans. Blackfen United continue their good form and are up to 6th in the table with a 6-2 win at Turk Ocagi Limasol Russellers, James Goodman with a brace, with Charlie Tennent, Daniel Bannell, Glen Bannell and Luke Faulkner all also on target. Jason Thanni and N'Diri N'Dili with the goals for TOL. Finally a hat-trick from Jack Cox, helped Phoenix Knights to a 5-2 win over Bostall Old Boys. Zack William James and David Guthrie also on target.
Into the Danson Property Services Division One, and with Abbey Wood having their match postponed Bayswater RK had the chance to close the gap at the top, but fell to a late goal against Kent Wanderers who won 3-2. Anthony Putrus-Schnell, Ricky Gould and Leon Farrell with the Kent goals, while Jack Holland and Jack Smith were on target for Bayswater. Long Lane A are up to 3rd as five goals from Jerron Cragg helped them to a 7-3 win over Junior Reds Spartans. Grant Duff and Charlie May with the other goals, while Patrick O'Connor (2) and Chris Kent were on target for Long Lane.
Into the ABA Technical Division Two, and FC Plasma remain top of the pile by 5 points after a 2-0 win over Baldon Sports WESFA. James Bell and Aaron Feagan on target for Plasma who had Lorri Jeffrey sent off. Mottingham Park Rangers lead the chasing pack with a 2-1 win over Eltham Phoenix A, David Ricketts and Esmail El Khabaz with the goals. 7 points behind them in third are Junior Reds Athletic who recorded a 6-3 win over Springhill United Reserves who remain bottom of the table. Five goals from Ben Malyon and a Paul Christodolou goal did the damage. AShley Care (2) and Rhys Tansley made the score a little more respectable.
In the Summerhill Music Division Three Woolwich Royals remain top with a 4-1 win over Vanbrugh, Nimet Haxhiu with 2, Mirjan Qenani and Steven Armstrong with the goals. Hot on their tails are Abbeymead who had Nicholas Kama, Mitesh Korla and Karlton Lynch on target as they overcame a stubborn Mottingham Forest 4-2. The big winners of the week were Eltham Lions who smashed Baldon Sports Reserves 8-1 thanks to 5 goals from Ryan Norris, 2 from Daniel Earley and one from Ryan Hobson.