Old Esthameians Reserves sprung a shock in the Essex Alliance League’s Fenton Cup after they beat Division Two’s Old Barkabbeyans Reserves 3-2.

Goals from Thomas Boomsma, Danny Morgan and Joshua Pemberton confirmed their place in the quarter-finals against Kitgum Boys.

The first semi-finalists of the Premier Division Cup were decided after United London defeated Lopes Taveres London 6-0 in their last-eight encounter.

George Ketoka-Olongo was the difference with a four-goal haul and Jermeel Jno-Baptiste bagged a brace.

In the Division One Cup, East Ham International defeated West Essex Reserves 1-0 through a Darnell Baptistie strike.

Reigning Premier Division champions Chingford Athletic have opened up an eight-point lead at the top following a narrow 3-2 win over London Falcons.

And in the other match in the top flight, Blue Marlin closed the gap on the chasing pack after winning 7-2 against Grove United thanks to Charlie Georgiou (5), Ethan Morris and Tonderai Robinson.

were all on the scoresheet.

Three Colts for back to winning ways in Division One as they beat Sr Francis 3-1.

Singh Sabha Barking caused an upset winning 5-1 over Ferns Seniors to move themselves off the foot of the table.

St John’s Deaf continued their good start to 2017 securing a 3-1 win over Sporting Hackney Reserves.

They moved up to eighth in the table following this result.

In Division Two, Ryan Reserves maintained their five point at the top after beating Lymore Gardens 3-0.

Colebrook Royals Reserves recorded a big win over Chigwell Rovers in a 6-3 scoreline.

Ashley Somers scored a hat-trick with Matthew Stacey, Robbie Carter and Luke Haydon also gaining one a piece.

And the final match in the division Glendale ended a poor run of results with a 4-2 win at home over Avondale Rangers.

John Taylor scored twice with Ricky Hall and Mo Sener completing the victory.

Kitroom moved up to third in Division Three following a 7-0 thumping over rivals Royal Forest.

Mohamed Kidia scored a hat-trick with Sameer Patel, Christopher Mogekwu, Hristo Sirakob and Lewis McCarthy rounding off the scoring.

Custom House came out as the 2-1 victors over Newham Royals as goals from Paul Wooster and Kelvin Bartlett edged out their opponents.