It was a comedy of errors when three players put through their own net as Hanworth City drew 2-2 with Hampton Badgers on Sunday.
City stormed into a two-goal lead thanks to two own-goals, but Badgers pulled a goal back before City skipper Mark Ventham returned the favour by putting through his own net with five minutes left.
But it could have been worse for Hanworth as Hampton blazed a penalty over with the score at 2-1.
City's Reserves did no better, crashing out of the Riverside Junior Cup 3-0 to AYA Reserves.
* TREVOR DENNISON bagged a brace to book Indian Gymkhana a place in the Middlesex Intermediate Cup semi-finals on Sunday.
Mark Perkins was also on the mark as Gymkhana beat Middlesex County Premier League rivals Hayes Gate United 3-2.
Tyrell Clement hit a hat-trick as the second string beat Hillingdon Reserves 4-2.
Nitesh Patel completed the scoring.
* A CHEEKY back-heel from Steve Sharpe set up Luke Consiglio for a great goal as Feltham Cowboys eased into the Riverside Challenge Cup quarterfinals on Sunday.
James Smith hit a double, and James Carraghan, Andy McMillan and Jon Collins hit the back of the net too as Cowboys beat Isleworth Victoria Veterans 6-0.
* A SECOND-HALF strike from Anthony Mortley salvaged a point for FC Hatton against West London Phoenix on Sunday.
Mortley finished off a fine move involving Michael McDonagh and Danny Hamlett to clinch a share of the spoils after they had fallen behind in the first half against the run of play.
* NICK BISHTON and Mark Concannon both bagged braces as Whitton Celtic won 5-2 at Surrey Celtic in the Keith Cook Presidents' Cup on Sunday.
Ian Parker also netted as Whitton, who were made to work for their win, came out stronger and fitter in the second-half.