JUNIOR CUP SECOND ROUND Rebel Alliance 1 Kensington Dragons
TWO Dean Humphrey spot-kicks helped send Kensington Dragons through to the third round of the Junior Cup on Saturday.
Alliance rifled an early opener after a shaky Kensington start, but Humphrey's braced turned the game on its head.
His first came when Luke O'Donoghue won a penalty for Ken, and Humphrey converted from 12 yards. Geoff Nalu Moso was then brought down inside the box and Humphrey again did the honours.
A 60th-minute O'Donoghue strike put Dragons 3-1 up and Craig Hamilton made absolutely sure towards the end.
Tom Madden rounded the keeper to draw Ken's reserves level at 2-2 after a Feltham own goal on Saturday, but a Feltham triple wiped the smiles off Dragons faces even before half-time.
SPARTAN LEAGUE London Tigers 1 Hillingdon Borough 1
THE woodwork denied London Tigers the points against Hillingdon Borough on Saturday.
Borough burst into the lead on the half-hour mark as Kobi Degraft-Johnston's stinging free kick proved too hot for the Tigers keeper to handle.
But Rehia Osagie soon equalised for the Maida Vale side to erase the lead.
Osagie could have grabbed a hat-trick as his subsequent drive flew inches past the post and then saw his second-half howitzer come back off the bar. Borough seemed to have nine lives as Edson Cata, who is also on nine strikes for the season, had a diving header grabbed out of thin air at the death by the grateful Hillingdon keeper.
MIDDLESEX JUNIOR CUP SECOND ROUND Greens United 2 Fulham Dynamos 6
A CHRIS EMMONS hat-trick blew away Middlesex First Division Greens United on Saturday.
But it was not all easy street for Dynamo up in Harrow, after the home team put the visitors under pressure from the start.
But Emmons converted a slick 19th-minute cross from Shearif Elsayed to ease the bombardment and the floodgates opened.
And it was Elsayed who again provided for Emmons to thump a second minutes later, quickly followed by a third Fulham goal, this time from midfielder Russell Gungor.
Over-confidence allowed Greens to pull one back before half-time.
But minutes after the restart Emmons was looking around for a pen to get the match ball autographed after he claimed his third.
Sub Nicky Adams made the Greens greener by scoring the fifth goal, and even when the home side notched a penalty to make it 5-2 there was still a little salt left to rub into their wounds.
Straight from the kick-off, Remi Otudeko chipped the keeper from 30 yards to send Dynamo into the last 16.