Young footballers kick off the New Year with a flurry of goals in Mayor’s Cup

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Mayor's Cup football at Ravenscourt Park, Lena Gardens v Greenside. Jahmal Sanderson collects the ball for Greenside

A flurry of high-scoring matches has added real spice to the Mayor’s Cup as the borough’s primary schools football tournament enters its final eight weeks.

Queen’s Manor boys inflicted a 6-0 drubbing on lacklustre St Augustine’s at Hurlingham Park last week, but spectators’ eyebrows really rose when Langford beat St John’s 7-0.

In the northern half of the borough, with matches played on the Ravenscourt Park all-weather pitches, reigning boys’ champions Brackenbury are still on course to retain the trophy after scoring two victories (both 4-0 wins) and a draw.

A flurry of high-scoring matches has added real spice to the Mayor’s Cup as the borough’s primary schools football tournament enters its final eight weeks.

Queen’s Manor boys inflicted a 6-0 drubbing on lacklustre St Augustine’s at Hurlingham Park last week, but spectators’ eyebrows really rose when Langford beat St John’s 7-0.

In the northern half of the borough, with matches played on the Ravenscourt Park all-weather pitches, reigning boys’ champions Brackenbury are still on course to retain the trophy after scoring two victories (both 4-0 wins) and a draw.

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