Division One Group

Apoel 2 Omonia 1

Komi Kebir 1 Olympia 4

Division Two Group

Omonia Youth 5 Nissi 0

Pantel 3 Panathinaikos 2

In the next two weeks there are group stage cup games the top four teams from the league Olympia, Apoel, Komi Kebir play each other in Group One. And the bottom four teams Panathinaikos, Omonia Youth, NIssi and Pantel play each other and the winners of each group play each other in the Final that will be played at Haringey Borough stadium.
In the first game of the day on Sunday at Southgate School in the Division One Group Olympia beat Komi Kebir 4-1 in a very exciting game and it was 1-1 at one stage.Sam Bartram scored the first with a header for Olympia, Komi Kebir equalised through a Lefteris Antzaras penalty goal. Olympia regained the lead through a Rafael Kaphouris goal came from a cross , Elias Katsoloudis added the third with an amazing half volley.
Komi Kebir continued to play good football and created chances and one great chance from their midfielder Mike Melanarkitis hit the bar with a powerful shot from just outside the box, but could not get back into the game. To finish the game Ricky Louka went an a hazy and placed the ball past the oncoming Komi Kebir goal keeper to finish the game 4-1 to Olympia.
The other game in the group ended with Apoel beating Omonia 2-1 with their goals coming from Danny Coolridge and Alex Roussi and Omonia’s from Mario Lazari.

In Group Two Pantel pulled off a surprise and beat Panathinaikos 3-2. One nil half time when a Nico Constantinides cross found Ronaldo shot the player saved it and Chris Spyrou tapped it in for Pantel to lead. four of the goals came in the second half another from Chris Spyrou and one from Ronaldo to give Pantel a 3-0 lead two goals came late from Panathinaikos their scorers were Stanley Surpong and Reece White.
Omonia Youth began their divisional cup campaign with a comprehensive 5-0 win at home. The team were hungry for a win and the match was all over by half time. The team played some really good possession football and managed to create plenty of good opportunities and then taking their chances to go into the half time break 5-0 up. The second half was predictably scrappy and was probably due to making so many changes and giving some players much needed game time to keep everyone ticking over and fresh for the upcoming games. Goalscorers were Andreas Kyprianou (2), Donaldo Ndoj, Kay Kyprianou and Demitris Michalaris.

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