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Medway Area Sunday League round-up (04/02/24)

Real 60 will play Pentagon in the Junior League Cup Final after edging out ASK Medway on Sunday.

Will Waring’s goal proved the difference in a closely-fought 1-0 Semi-Final win.

Medway Area Sunday League round-up. Picture: Barry Goodwin
Medway Area Sunday League round-up. Picture: Barry Goodwin

Goals from Sid Hopkins and Louie Goss saw Caspian Tigers reach the Junior League Trophy Final.

They won their last-four clash 2-1 against Tunbury Athletic, for whom Christopher O’Bray netted.

Reiss Elvin (2), Finlay Hughes and Danny Perrier were on target in Wigmore’s 4-0 victory against Star Meadow in the Senior Charity Cup.

FC Catalans lost 3-1 to Rainham Kenilworth Athletic despite Jonathan Murphy’s goal. Ryan Jones, Jack Jenkins and Zal Wells netted for the visitors.

Ainsley Linton claimed what proved a Swallow Rise 93 consolation as they went down 5-1 Springhead Park.

In the Junior Charity Cup, Athletic Bilbowls went through 4-3 on penalties against Omega 92 following a 1-1 draw in 90 minutes.

Liam Anderson and Luke Cazalet-Smith (2) netted for Cliffe Woods Rangers in their 5-3 defeat to Cantium. Adam Norris, Jack Norris, Simon Madge, Harry Whitehead and Iskren Ilev saw their side progress.

A Cain Sales goal was not enough for Eagles Gold as they went down 4-1 to Hempstead United, who had doubles from Ethan Shakespeare and Andre Francis to thank.

In the Junior Charity Trophy, Ish Kpal scored the only goal of the game for Anchorians Rovers against Rochester Eagles.

Marcus Keith (2) and Andy McAlindon netted in Kent Marina 19’s 3-1 victory over River, who replied through Ryan Cripps.

Your Move Chatham and Hempstead Valley were all square at 1-1 after 90 minutes, with Hempstead winning 3-2 on penalties.

In league action, Liam Ogle and Michael Quinn goals saw Division 1 Borden Park Wanderers win 2-1 against Rochester, whose goal came from Charlie Larter.

In Division 2, Lance Witcher, Ryan Brightwell and Kieran Daly were on target in Pentagon’s 3-0 win at Eagles.

Daryl Herbert-Smith (2), Mason Odds, Mo Kamara and Graham Small all on target for Division 4 leaders AEI Sports Sundays in a 5-0 win against The Stumble.

Elijah Pennant (4) and Marshall Kitchen ensured the points in Cross Park’s 5-3 win against Bredhurst Juniors, who scored through Lee Wright (2) and Tony Hobbs.

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