Davies hits four goals as Wednesday make it a bad day for Bow Badgers

PUBLISHED: 14:30 23 November 2016 | UPDATED: 14:30 23 November 2016

FC Krystal celebrate their first goal in the 3-0 win over Tottenham Phoenix in the Hackney & Leyton Sunday League Premier Division. Pic: Gavin Ellis/TGS Photo

FC Krystal celebrate their first goal in the 3-0 win over Tottenham Phoenix in the Hackney & Leyton Sunday League Premier Division. Pic: Gavin Ellis/TGS Photo

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Martin Davies netted four times as Hackney Wednesday hammered Bow Badgers 7-3 to progress in the Dickie Davies Cup.

Johnny Fitzpatrick added two goals, with Fergus McIntosh also on target, while a Bobby Gervais hat-trick was ultimately no more than consolation for the Badgers.

The biggest margin of victory was achieved by Wenlock B, who routed East London 8-0 with a hat-trick from Matthew Dowling. Billy Albert hit a brace, with Joshua Butt, Harry Smyth and Mohammed Hamdouni adding their names to the scoresheet.

Seven different players scored for ELE in their 7-1 win over Alchemist – Sanjee Santhakumar, Chris Lewis, Prakash Balakrishnan, Lavan Sviranjan, Av Kandasamy, Nivi Mahendran and Matt Hamill.

Jack Downing and Shane Janvier both registered braces for Denne as they edged out Birkbeck B 5-4, while goals from Chris Philcox and Ryan Leavens helped Waltham Forest to a 2-1 success against Tommy Flynn.

There were also victories for Regent’s Park Rovers, who beat Gladstone Wanderers 4-2, and Caledonian Park, who ran out 6-1 winners against Football Club 22.

Callum Jones scored twice for South London Sharks as they overcame Bethune 5-2 in the Jack Walpole Cup, with Andy Stafford, Dan Smith and Todd Goodyear also on the mark.

Delta also progressed with a 2-1 win over FC BKT while, in the Hackney & Leyton Junior Cup, Eastside Allstars beat CP2 3-0. Wembi Ghenda hit a brace, with Conrad Mullins also on target.

In the Hackney & Leyton League Premier Division, Amor McLaren’s double, allied to goals from Sid Egan and Vincent Williams, earned FC Bartlett a 4-1 victory against Young London Meteors.

Attila Varga scored twice for FC Krystal, with Petro Sokil netting the third in their 3-0 win over Tottenham Phoenix, while Charley Heatley’s double and a Daniel Sabaroche strike gave Mile End victory against FC Niva by the same scoreline.

Daniel Londono grabbed five goals as London United Sports thrashed Wounded Knee 11-2, with Ibrahima Diawara scoring three.

Christian Londono added two and Eduardo Estevez the other, while James Bramley replied with both Knee goals.

Elton Dervishaj scored twice for Riviera as they fought out a 4-4 draw against Mustard.

Ibrahim Sal and Ferhat Bilgni both rattled in hat-tricks for Dynamic as they dispatched Athletico Forest 10-0 in Division One, while Birkbeck Orient A edged out The Challengers 4-3.

Gabriel Morison’s double and a Henry Swales goal helped Top Red to a 3-2 win over Bristow City, with Johnny Ashman netting a hat-trick in Stepney’s 5-1 success against Kentish Albion.

There were high-scoring draws in the games between Eagle and Hacquenye, which finished 3-3, and Brazil Boys and Highfield, who shared out eight goals.

Defences were by no means on top in Division Two, where Georgi Jelev’s hat-trick and a Nikolay Petrov double enabled BG United to see off Walthamstow Red Star 5-4.

Hamza Hafesji scored twice for Red Star, with Waqar Ahmed and Mogheaba Mihalta also on the mark, while Borough beat Boston Celtics 2-1 courtesy of goals from Abraham Udofia and David Frost.

Corey Samuels hit a hat-trick for Hacimac as they defeated Jack Barry 7-1, with Louis Alleyne scoring twice and Sheldon Merrit and Reece Lewis adding their names to the scoresheet.

Terry Durante, Robert Townsend and Charlie Barret were on target in FC Manor’s 3-1 victory against Chelmo in Division Four, while Neil Harte netted both Quinine goals as they beat Wenlock Arms B 2-1.

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