Southgate Harmen moved to the top of Division One, while Lions maintained top spot in Division Two, writes Jeremy Silverstone…
Two excellent long range strikes from James Kaye and a measured lob from just inside the area gave Waldaf a 3-0 first-half lead over Scrabble and although Tony Plaskow pulled one back for Scrabble after the interval, a fourth goal from Marc Cutler put the result beyond doubt.
And despite a spot-kick from Paul Allen and a goal from Nick Collins, Brady A suffered another defeat, this time at the hands of Southgate Harmen, who had Toby Lustigman, Glenn Davis and a James Temple double to thank for their 4-2 victory, which saw them go top to the table.
Goals from Phil Silver, Ashley Davidson and Nigel Conway gave EDRS a 3-1 win over Glenthorne B, for whom Adam Lennard netted.
Meanwhile, Brady B beat Temple Fortune 3-2 courtesy of goals from Brian Deal, Martin Schultz and an own goal. Robert Botkai’s penalty and Alan Harounoff replied for Fortune.
A brace apiece from Marc Morris and Michael Abraham saw Lions to a 4-0 win over Hendon Harriers to maintain their lead at the top of the division.