Sailor Kirkland sinks Lobster Pot
Robin Hood 5
Lobster Pot 2
A superbly struck hat-trick by Jesse Kirkland helped Robin Hood to a well deserved victory.
Hood, however, didn't get things all their own way as Pot scored the opener against the run of play after 20 minutes through Ahmed Holder.
Hood responded just before the break through Johnny Neacsu from the penalty spot.
Hood made several substitutions in the second half and their pressure paid off when Kirkland scored twice in the space of 10 minutes, and Neacsu added his second.
Kirkland, better known for his sailing prowess, finished a fine Hood performance with a well taken third.
Henry Santucci grabbed Pot's second from the penalty spot minutes before the final whistle.
BAA 2 BAA captain Adam Shaw stroked home a 90th minute penalty to earn his side all three points.
MR Onions 1
BAA missed a spot-kick early on but were up after 65 minutes, courtesy of Ross Nottingham.
Richard Keegan of BAA was then sent off for retaliation after a foul in the 75th, and Onions' Phil Anderson cooly took advantage as he scored from the penalty spot to level matters.
However, it was then left to Shaw to produce the telling blow in the final minute.
Fire FC 4 Lock N Key 1Justin Robinson scored a hat-trick to lead Fire to a comfortable victory.
Alvin Baker added the other goal for Fire while Quinton Basden netted Key's consolation.
Vasco 2 St. David's 0
Goals from Rui Sebestiao and Andrew Bento earned Vasco a routine win over St. David's.
Tuff Dogs 4
North Village Rams 2
Tuff Dogs got two goals from Yusef Pitt as they beat North Village in an evenly contested game.
Helping Pitt in the scoring department were Lamual Crofton and Trevor Corday while Nakia Smith and James Roach scored in a losing effort for Village.
Valley FC 4
West End United 5
Junior DeSilva and Eugene Simmons both scored twice as West End United beat Valley FC in a nine-goal thriller.
Chris DeSilva scored the other United goal.
Anthony Webb was on target wice for Valley with Peter Jones and Mike Jones getting the other two goals.