Scully was again on target in their final game of the day, scoring the opening two goals in their 4-0 victory against North-East. Charlie Holmes and James McBane completed the exercise to keep the pressure on the East, who are in pole position in the Under-18 competition.
Earlier in the day James Taylor had scored in East's 1-0 win against a strong West side and was also prominent in their 2-0 win against South-West. Both goals came from penalty corners - the first fine strike from Richard Stamp and the second from Simon Moffat.
The annual South-East v South- West battle was not a game for the faint-hearted. With at least half the players in each side having PizzaExpress National League experience, it would have been reasonable to expect a classic encounter. It was not to be. Much individual play and a lot of niggle led to a solitary goal from Brett Garrard for South-West in the 10th minute.Reuse content