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After last year naming their teams Cheetahs, Panthers and Pumas, for reasons best known to themselves Penge Family Church entered their teams in the League's 2010 Five-A-Side Competition as Penge Bananas, Mangos and Pineapples!
By winning their final match against UCF, their closest rivals, New Life retained the League title for a third successive season and, having beaten Selsdon Baptists in the Mike King Trophy Final some weeks earlier, achieved a League and Cup double.
Needing a win to secure the 1st Division title, New Life beat UCF 3-2 to complete the League and Cup double
Christ Church secure promotion without kicking a football...
Beckenham gaffer hits a consecutive game record...
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Despite spending the last few minutes of the game hobbling around in midfield, Oakhall's veteran goalkeeper and captain Peter Hardy was able to collect the Mike Laxton Cup after his team's 3-0 victory over King's Church Catford in the 2009 final.
By beating New Life by two goals to nil in the 2009 Mike King Trophy Final, Newgen ensured theirs was the new name that will be engraved on the trophy.
Deadly veteran hits the big 2-0-0...
1st Division Champions 2007/08
Selsdon's battling run in the National Christian Cup came to an end at the semi final stage in the Wirral last weekend.
Dave Gee and Sam Oliver set consecutive appearance records for C.C.Beckenham...
Dave Gee and Sam Oliver reach consecutive appearances milestones for C.C.Beckenham...
Matt King scored his 200th Goal for Park Road today!!
Pictured here, prior to their game v Park Road Baptist on 15 November 2008, are UCF Reserves, in their new strip for the 2008/09 season. Click for more details
Pictured here in their new strip for the 2008/09 season are UCF Reserves, prior to their game v Park Road Baptist on 15 November 2008.
Overseen by Referee Steve Hunt, on-loan Oakhall keeper Dan Bowden makes the match winning penalty save to win the 5-A-Side Plate for Oakhall. Click for photo
Oakhall became the winners of the Plate Trophy at the Leagues' 2008 5-A-Side Competition by beating Emmanuel Lightning on penalties after the final had remained level, even after 5 minutes' extra time. Click for photo
Progressing further than they had ever done in previous years, All Saints Peckham reached the final of the League's 2008 5-A-Side Tournament but were beaten 3-1 by Newgen after the match had gone to extra time. Click for photo.
With a completely different squad of players than that which won the League's Annual Tournament last year, Newgen retained the title of 5-A-Side champions by beating All Saints Peckham in the final of the 2008 competition. Click here for more details
Pictured here are the Selsdon Baptist Church 'B' team who were Runners-Up in the Mike Laxton Cup after losing 0-3 to Southborough Lane Baptist Church in the 2008 final. The team though do have the consolation of being clear winners of Division 3.
Congratulations to New Life FC on clinching the Division 1 championship in their first season back in this League after returning from the Surrey South Eastern Combination. Click here for a photo taken just after the title was secured.
Southborough Lane Baptist Church won the first trophy in their short existence following an enjoyable 2008 Mike Laxton Cup final where they triumphed 3-0 over Selsdon Baptist Church B. Click here to read roving reporter Sam Oliver's match report.
Pictured here are the All Saints team which lost 0-2 to Selsdon Baptist Church in the 2008 final of the Mike King Trophy. All Saints' Will Hague had the minor consolation of being named Man of the Match