Player of the Match
BIRKBECK ORIENT B 6 - 1 Quinine
Goalscorers - George James x3,
Miles Creevy, Charlie Stannard,
Assists - Charlie Stannard, Miles Creevy x2, George James x2.
1) Billy Anderson
2) Phil Stopford
3) James Javes
4) Chris Agathangelou
5) Stewart Potter
6) Martin Hutchinson
7) Miles Creevy
8) Sean Preston
9) George James
10) Charlie Stannard
11) Tony Collins
12) Claudio Helua
East London 2 - 2 Fish Island
Eastway Olympia 4 - 0 CP Two
Quinine 1 - 6 BIRKBECK ORIENT B
Wojak Sunday 3 - 0 FC BKT United
MATCH REPORT by Phil Stopford.
A comfortable Victory against Quinine saw Birkbeck return to the top of the Fourth Division by a single point.
Charlie Stannard's first goal of the season put the Reds ahead after 10 minutes. With a quickly taken throw on the right by Phil Stopford and a clever combination by Miles Creevy and George James on the wing who then produced a pinpoint cross for Stannard arriving at the back post to fire home from close range.
Quinine were abject in the first half and Birkbeck deservedly went in to the break four goals to the good with George James adding his first and second goals in the league after a clever freekick by Miles Creevy which caught the keep come complete unaware.
George James completed his hat-trick with a nearly taken finish at the keepers near post after being feed by Miles Creevy for his second assist of the match. This was the fifth hat-trick of the season for a Birkbeck player and, indeed, James’ second.
The scoring was completed late in the game by Tony Collins. Again, more great work by the Player of the Match George James, who drew out the centre half and goalkeeper before squaring the ball to Collins to slot home for 6-1.
It is the fourth time Birkbeck have bagged 6 goals in the league this season and from just six games, and made them the divisions highest scorers with 26 goals from those 6 matches.
But Quinine’s consolation goal means that Preston's side have only kept one clean sheet in the league this season despite another fine performance by James Javes at the back and aided by Stewart Potter putting in a fine stint filling in at left back.