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Premier Division side Sporting KFA started well against London Road and took the lead early on through a Mick Jones volley. Towards the end of the first half Danny Myles took a free kick from the right hand side and Jones headed in to the top left corne

Premier Division side Sporting KFA started well against London Road and took the lead early on through a Mick Jones' volley.

Towards the end of the first half Danny Myles took a free kick from the right hand side and Jones headed in to the top left corner for both his and KFA'S second.

The second half started well for the visitors but it was London Road who pulled one back after they were awarded a penalty.

Bradley Gorman converted and was then on hand soon after to equalised after an excellent cross from the left.


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With a couple of minutes to go, Sporting turned up the pressure and Marvin Brooks scored after some good work from Parmdeep Johal. The game looked won, but some sloppy defending allowed London Road to level the scores with a bullet from Dan Thurlby's, with virtually the last header of the game.

In Division One North City Hearts bounced back from last week's humiliation by defeating table topping Sporting Kandola 6-2. Although the visitors were depleted in numbers they battled throughout and never gave up even scoring first. However, they eventually succumbed thanks largely due to a hat-trick from James Campbell in the second half.

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3-3.

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