Cameroon ace fires club to final
FORMER Cameroon international Jean Ngody struck twice as Last Post came from behind to claim a place in the Chesham Sunday League Cup final on Sunday.
A goal down to a Kieran Webb strike after seven minutes for multiple former winners Eldorado, Last Post levelled with a beautifully struck Ngody free kick after the break. Goals from Leo Smith and Joseph Wright put Last Post in control and Ngody made sure of a showdown with Queen’s Head with his second, before Darrel Cooper headed an injury time consolation.
Premier Division title rivals Chalfont Saints and Pioneer faced off in a Chesham Charity Cup semi-final which went to extra-time before Saints settled it. Two goals from Andy Keenan and one for Alfie Cumber saw terble-chasing Saints, home despite goals from Andy Viney and JP Jamil.
Ryan Welsh plundered four and Callum Scrivens, Paul Hyde and Charlie Saunders added goals as Queen’s Head suffered a hangover from last weekend’s semi-final win, going down 7-1 to Magpies 91 in the Allan Moore Cup, Dave Rice replying. SFG Stone and Pioneer Reserves both won 3-1 in the same cup, against Dinamo Chequers and Chiltern Chargers, respectively.
A Ben Farrow brace and an own goal were enough for Stone, Scott Johnson replying for Dinamo Chequers, and another Flojan Marku strike was not enough for Chargers.
Division One leaders Maclay edged a tight contest at Chesham Athletic 2-1, with Ian Ranger and Dean Gavin earning the points while Jason Duncan kept it close and Tring Anchor and Old Belmont drew 4-4, with George King and
CUP KINGS: Last Post’s Daniel Baverstock in action against Eldorado on Sunday Shazi Mirza both hitting doubles for Belmont while Andy Norris, Dan Wills, Tom Dell and Matt Double shared the goals for Tring.