Chiswick Albion stormed to a 4-1 win at Twickenham Rangers in the West Middlesex sunday League.
Ognjen Soskic scored twice, with Liam White and Nicky Wozniak also on target in what was only their third match in as many months. Liam O'Neill won a penalty which gave White the first goal. O'Neill showed great perseverance to chase down a dithering defender and was bundled to the floor for his troubles. Albion made it two when White picked out Wozniak, who took a great first touch and placed his shot just inside the post. Rangers pulled a goal back after the break but Albion soon restored their advantage when Anthony Clarke crossed for Soskic fire in. From a Greg Veazey corner,Soskic stooped low to head home the fourth.
* Youngsters aged 8-13 are invited to take part in a free football tournament at Spikes Bridge Park,Southall, on Saturday,March 7. There will be U10s and U13s competitions and school or community group teams can enter,although teams will be found for individuals registering. Contact Eddie Cardoso of Ealing Council's Sports Development office for more details and bookings on 07966 638 462.
** Southall are through to their first county cup final for 10 years after a 4-1 win away at Willesden Constantine in the Intermediate Cup. Southall took a 23rd minute lead when man of the match Robbie Macaskell put Tesfa Lowe through down the right wing and his cross was turned into his own goal by Marlon Graham.
Four minutes into the second half, Orin Fredericks' 20-yarder beat Paul Edwards in the home goal to put Southall 2-0 up with their first real shot of the match. On 65 minutes,Ricardo Corria jinked past a couple of challenges in the Southall area and sent an unstoppable shot to reduce the arrears and Linor Krasniq shot wide when well placed to bring the home side level. But it was all over in the 89th minute when Fredericks had a shot blocked on the line,before squaring the rebound for Ricky Fletcher to turn the ball home.
And in stoppage time, the scoreline was given a flattering look when Fletcher returned the complement and Fredericks notched his fourth goal of the competition. Southall's top scorer now has 22 goals in only 13 appearances. Southall will play British Airways in the final on Wednesday,April 1 at Harrow Borough's Earlsmead Stadium