Rampant BAA enjoy goal feast
BAA 14 Valley FC 1
Damien Mendoza banged in five goals as BAA overwhelmed Valley with an astonishing 14 goals.
Helping Mendoza in the scoring department were Pete Coleman, who scored a hat-trick, and Ian Thompson and Ross Nottingham who both grabbed two goals.
Simon Fascione and Adam Shaw netted the others.
Valley's scorer couldn't be confirmed.
West End United 9 Vasco 4 Lock 'N' Key 2
St. David's 0
Eugene Simmons scored a hat-trick as West End United continued St. David''s winless streak the East End team's defence suffering a nightmare .
Paul Maybury, Dennis Lister, Matthew Carvelho, Chris Bromby, Chris DeSilva and Martel Laws all got their names on the scoresheet.
League leaders Vasco were made to work hard for their win over Lock 'N' Key with Rui Sebastioa scoring the winning goal.
Marvin Belboda opened the scoring before Quincy Aberdeen netted from the spot after Belboda was taken down in the penalty area.
Key's first goal was against the run of play as Quinton Basden broke the offside trap to beat the Vasco 'keeper.
Key then tied things up via a Shay Smith goal from a corner kick.
At 2-2, Vasco made a few substitutes, including bringing on Sebastioa who grabbed the winner.
Rui Furtado rounded out the win with the fourth goal with a blistering shot into the top corner from outside the box.
N.Village 4 Team Fire 2North Village needed a brace from Nakia Smith to secure their win over Team Fire.
Also on the scoresheet for Village were Kyle Lightbourne and Shannon Burchall, while Fire got their goals from a Tafari Outerbridge own goal and a Robert Wilson penalty.
n Tuff Dogs match with Robin Hood was postponed due to no referee turning up and will be rescheduled for a later date, while MR Onions' clash with Lobster Pot was changed from the weekend to this Wednesday.
Kick-off is at 8.30 pm at BAA Field.