SPARTAN PREMIER LEAGUE St Margaretsbury..............0 LONDON TIGERS..................4
It would have been no surprise had a Tiger won the Lottery on Saturday night - after winning it on the pitch a few hours earlier.
Sadly, no-one in Maida Vale ended up a millionaire, but they hit the jackpot in this match.
Tigers hit four shots in the first-half and scored with all four to wrap up the points after 45 minutes.
After 10 minutes, Renars Zarchenko centred for Marco Tagbajumi at the near post, who chested it back into the path of Zarchenko to smash first time into the far corner.
Five minutes later Tagbajumi rose majestically to a long throw from Terence Cariba and headed home past helpless keeper James Sturgeon.
Tigers' top scorer Edson Cata then picked up a loose ball just inside the penalty area to make it 3-0. And just before the half-time whistle Tagbajumi ran through the defence to fire in an unstoppable shot from 22 yards.
HARROW YOUTH LEAGUE U14 FC KENSINGTON....................5 Harlington...........................2
It was only after a slap in the face that FCK made sure of a win that was theirs for the taking from the start.
On Sunday they squandered a 2-0 lead given them by Danny Donahue and Tarik Hassane. But Zouhir Mahdi's looping 30-yarder in the second-half nudged FCK back in front after Harlington had drawn level.
A tap-in and a penalty by Zouhir Mahdi made sure.
FCK U16s remain unbeaten against Wealdstone after facing them for the third time already. The 4-1 away win on Sunday goes with a 4-4 draw last time out and a win before that.
Rashid Obaddi netted twice,once from a fabulous acrobatic kick, with further strikes from Riece Noel and Hassan El-Bakkali.
Meanwhile,FCK U14s were dumped out of the Middlesex County Cup 6-1 by Pitshanger.
MIDDLESEX DIVISION ONE (WEST): North Greenford Utd Sports......2 NORTH KENSINGTON.............5
In the battle of the Norths, the points went west as North Ken gradually got into stride on Saturday, writes Ricardo Pascal.
Captain Madalitso Mkoloma was everywhere making two of his side's goals, scoring one, and winning a penalty that North Ken could even afford to miss late in the game.
His driving run set up Nelson Simon for the first.
But at half-time at 1-0 there was no sign of the second-half onslaught.
However, once Mkoloma rounded the keeper, and Aman Tensue hit a screamer from the edge of the box, and Kevin O'Sullivan tapped in, there was no way back for a side maybe suffering from a close defeat during the week to Ryman Premier Ashford Town.
North Greenford hit a couple of late consolations - but Liam Clement then hammered a final nail to restore a three-goal lead. [25a0] THERE was two each for Rajay Akpom and Youel Emmanuel as well as strikes by Jonathan Mercado and Amar Sohail as North Ken U11s continued their run of excellent form to beat Kodak FC.