LONDON COMMERCIAL LEAGUE, DIVISION TWO Sporting Duet 1 Fulham Dynamo Sports 3
IN JUST 45 minutes Fulham Dynamo Sports swept to the top of London Commercial League - and even squandered a penalty.
Dynamo got their noses in front in the top-two battle thanks to Remi Oduteko's brace - but Carl Felix's blistering strike was the cat's pyjamas as far as deadly digs go.
Shearif El Sayed then missed from the spot - before Tom Pratt and Russell Gungor's midfield prompting helped take Dynamo 3-0 up at the break. A Sporting goal in the second period made no difference to Fulham's three-point lead at the top.
MCFL CUP Sloane 0 Sporting Hackney 1
THE upset of the round saw Middlesex Premiership Sloane knocked out by a Division One side on Saturday.
It helped little that halfway through the match midfielder Samir Aalit had to go in goal after he damaged a hamstring. By that time Sloane had used all three subs, but in truth the damage had already been done against a surprisingly lacklustre Sloane.
Sporting missed a couple of gilt-edged chances before a third gift was accepted off a rebound from original keeper Tom Gajkowski.
MIDDLESEX LEAGUE, DIVISION TWO Warren 4 Kensington Dragons 7
THE goal nets were crying out for mercy on Saturday as a strangely porous Dragons defence conceded four for the first time since last season's MCFL Junior Cup final - and that was at The Warren as well.
It mattered not a lot because Luke O'Donoghue moved to joint second-best scorer with a brace, while Andrew Rotimi also got in on the scoring with two. Darren Humphrey also netted, with Craig Hamilton and Andrew Scheck grabbing the others.
Meanwhile, Tom Madden took 28 seconds to score the first for Dragons Reserves in a 4-0 win over Barnet MO. The same player later hit a second before Jaoa Toscana and Mo Kaabi wrapped up the scoring.
LONDON COMMERCIAL LEAGUE, DIVISION ONE Wesley Park 1 Shebu Allstars 7
IT WAS raining goals on Saturday as Joel Wilkie's second-half hat-trick for Shebu Allstars sent Wesley Park to a stormy defeat.
Wilkie smashed his first on 55 minutes when Shebu were already 4-1 up, and 15 minutes later he latched on to a long ball and lobbed the keeper for 5-1. He headed his third in the 75th minute before Tyrone Lewis converted a spot-kick to send Shebu to seventh heaven. Park made the worst possible start, conceding a penalty in the first minute, with Daniel Johnston doing the damage from the spot. A mix-up allowed Park back into the game at 1-1, but they didn't expect a newcomer to dash hopes of a comeback.
Debutant Loui Patimo netted from close range and then curled in from an acute angle to put the away side 3-1 up at the break.