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VETERANS WINTER LEAGUE CUP
Last Thursday threw out some very tense first round group matches for the Veterans Winter League Cup 2014/15. The casualties were Mostyn, Riverside Veterans, Stepney Legends and Tower Hamlets Veterans. So the quarter and semi final draw for this THURSDAY 5 MARCH 2015 looks like this
|Pitch 2, 8:00 pm||Beaumont Masters||v||Abohani Vets|
|Pitch 1, 8:00 pm||Bromley Legends *||v||SYA Vets *|
|Pitch 2, 8:35 pm||London Tigers Vets *||v||FC Bondhu *|
|Pitch 1, 8:35 pm||Weavers Vets||v||Tower Hamlets Vets 'B'|
|Pitch 2, 9.20 pm||Beaumont Master / Abohani Vets||v||Bromley Legends / SYA Vets|
|Pitch 1, 9.20 pm||Weavers Vets / T.Hamlets Vets B||v||London Tigers Vets / FC Bhondu|
Please remember to get to your game nice and early and remember the following applies at these stages of the competition:
The same will apply to the final apart from the game being 50 minutes long, 25 minutes each way. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Nanu Miah, Veterans League Cordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org).
CONGRATULATIONS BEAUMONT YOUTH, SECOND DIVISION CHAMPIONS
Sunday 1 March 2015 - The game between Riverside and Robin Hood Tigers held the biggest crowd in Hackney Marshes as the entire Beaumont Youth squad were their to cheer on Riverside to complete the near impossible and prevent a Robin Hood Tigers win to hand the title to Beaumont Youth. At 4-4, the game certainly did not fail to entertain and give us that nail biting finish this division truly deserves. Congratulations to both Beaumont Youth and Robin Hood Tigers for promotion to the 1st Division. Commiserations to St Katherines U21 who broke the record of most goals conceded in a season at ILFL.
|2||Robin Hood Tigers||14||11||2||1||87||30||57||35|
|4||West End Reserve||14||6||0||8||54||40||14||18|
|5||Tower Hamlets 'B'||13||5||1||7||48||47||1||16|
|8||St. Katharine's U21||14||0||1||13||18||111||-93||1|
In the First Division
Reachout hosted SCTA, sitting four points behind them and two games remaining. A draw would hand the title to SCTA with a game spare. However, Reachout prevented that from happening in emphatic fashion as they served SCTA their first league defeat of the season, winning 5-2. So the title may not have been decided, but promotion to the Premier Division has been for both these teams. In the relegation battle, Burdett having spent long spells in the relegation zone pulled out a fine 3-1 victory over St Katherines to survive the drop as St Katherines and Weavers, who lost 3-0 against Bromley Juniors, finish as the bottom two.
Shock result as Beaumont beat London Tigers 2-1 to put Tigers defence of the title in the balance as all the teams around them have games in hand. West End won their game in hand against Bromley 11-1. The battle of the bottom saw SYA draw 3-3 with Leytonstone. With two weeks left to play for, there are still four teams in the title contention.
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