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Sunday football round-up – week 35

NEASDEN
Neasden celebrate securing Premier Division football next season

Hendon win the Peter Morrison Cup with a 2-0 win over AFC Flixton, while Neasden secured the point they needed to secure their Premier Division status…

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RESULTS AT A GLANCE (SCROLL DOWN FOR FULL REVIEW):

PETER MORRISON CUP FINAL: (KO: 3pm)
AFC FLIXTON 0 HENDON UNITED A 2

PREMIER DIVISION:
FC TEAM A 0 NORTH WEST NEASDEN 0

MASTERS/MGBSFL INVITATIONAL CUP QUARTER-FINALS:
TEMPLE FORTUNE FAITHFOLD MASTERS 2

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VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS FROM FC TEAM A 0 NORTH WEST NEASDEN A 

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WEEK 35 MATCH REPORTS:

AFC FLIXTON 0 HENDON UNITED A 2

FC TEAM A 0 NORTH WEST NEASDEN 0

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PETER MORRISON CUP FINAL:

AFC FLIXTON 0 HENDON UNITED A
Hendon ensured they ended their season on a winning note as they retained the Peter Morrison Trophy with victory at Oldham Athletic FC.

Dave Seitler scored twice for the southerners, at the end of both halfs, to seal a deserved in.

MATCH REPORT

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MASTERS/MGBSFL INVITATIONAL CUP QUARTER-FINALS:
TEMPLE FORTUNE FAITHFOLD MASTERS 2
Fortune’s miserable season was ended on Sunday morning after they were beaten by Faithfold’s Masters side.

Matt Leaders had equalised for the MGBSFL side, though the Greens veterans edged through to the last four thanks to goals from Jon Mack and Simon Shelley.

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PREMIER DIVISION:

TABLE
FIXTURES & RESULTS

FC TEAM A 0 NORTH WEST NEASDEN 0
Neasden took the point they needed to avoid relegation on goal difference. Their joy is though Lions’ despair as Jamie Kyte’s side have been relegated to Division One.

MATCH REPORT

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DIVISION ONE:

TABLE
FIXTURES & RESULTS

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DIVISION TWO:

TABLE
FIXTURES & RESULTS

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DIVISION THREE:

TABLE
FIXTURES & RESULTS

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