SOME OLD neighbours ended Bedfont Sunday's dream of a third successive Middlesex Sunday Premier Cup win.
Bedfont lost Sunday's final at Hayes & Yeading FC 5-3 to West Middlesex League rivals Barnes Albion in extra-time following a 3-3 draw.
And the Barnes side was packed full of ex-players from Bedfont FC, who play literally the other side of a fence in Hatton Road.
Former Bedfont men Mark Postins, Danny Buckle, Dave Harding and Dayo Olufemi all featured for the victorious team from SW13.
But it was Bedfont Sunday who took the lead just 10 minutes in, Tommy Owens converting from the spot after Mark Smith was brought down.
And just four minutes later, Tosie Fasinroe doubled their lead when he pounced on a loose ball following a defensive mix-up.
Postins halved the deficit from Buckle's pass on 21 minutes, and a Buckle pass almost set up Harding for the leveller on the stroke of half-time, but he hit the post.
Albion's leveller did not come until the 82nd-minute when Buckle scored from the spot after a foul by Jamie Cleary.
Fasinro looked to have won it for Bedfont when he headed home with four minutes left, but Albion came back again a minute later to level through Harding.
Sub Olufemi put Barnes in front for the first time in the first period of extra-time, before fellow sub Denver Morris sealed the win for Albion.
* THEY MIGHT have amassed 32 trophies in 35 years on Sunday football.
But Chiswick Albion's last chance of claiming some more silverware this season disappeared with Sunday's Harry Edmondson Premier Cup 3-1 semi-final defeat to Acton.
Richard Ireson, normally a trusty keeper, showed the effects of being out since January when he left an early effort slither under his body.
And another fumble almost let in Blaise O'Brien, who only transferred from Albion to Acton a few weeks ago.
Ognjen Soskic had become a shining light in an otherwise dismal season for Albion since dropping back from midfield to the back four, but even he couldn't prevent Acton's second.
Albion pulled one back after the break when Vojin Soskic headed home Paul Edgehill's cross, but it was game-over when Acton notched their third almost straight away.
* BEN WILKINS scored the all-important spot-kick as Hampton Village Reserves made it into the Keal Cup Final on Sunday.
Whitton Celtic took the lead in their semi-final clash, but Mark Veasey equalised to take the game into extra-time, where Jordan Whitman hit the bar in the last minute.
The final will be held at Ashford Town (Middx) on April 26.
The first team won a five-goal thriller 3-2 against Twickenham Rangers in the West Middlesex Premier.
Elliot Atiase bagged a brace, while Craig Hancock's penalty ensured the three points.
But the A team went down 3-1 to GG United in Division Three, despite taking the lead through Adam Bear.