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Camden New Journal - by CATHERINE ETOE
Published: 6 March 2008
Mark Doyle
Division One title goes to the wire

THE Division One title race is set for a nail-biting finish after Phoenix continued to chase Reddot with a fine win over a battling Moorehouse side.
Mark Doyle (pictured) was the hero for Phoenix after his brace settled a far from comfortable victory.
After a goalless first half, Doyle broke the deadlock with a fine header 20 minutes after the break. Leading goalscorer and man of the match James Cole set up Doyle for the second but Moorehouse made it a tense finish as they continued to press to the final whistle.
League leaders Reddot left it late but ran out convincing 4-0 winners over AFC Brasenose. Liam Barnabie finally got the title holders off the mark after the break and earned man of the match accolades with his second, a curling right foot shot into the top corner.
Sandwiched between Barnabie’s super strikes was Jason Medford’s 24th goal of the season. Skipper Mickey Dowsett completed the scoring, belting home a left-foot strike.
Division Two leaders CS Maritimo sit four points clear after seeing off title challengers DOM 4-0 in a must-win match.
Matthew Osborne hit two goals, with Raymond Tordecilla and Filipe Caetano also on target.
Third placed Constitution suffered a 4-1 reverse at the hands of Hornsey, who sit just four points adrift of the top three.
Mitchell Gubby scored twice, with Wayne McLaren and Neil Webster adding goals in a vital win for Hornsey.
In the President’s Cup Pool A, Tergemo and Grupo Desportivo os Amigos de Londres shared the points in a 2-2 draw. Surreal Madrid A overcame MDM 3-0.
Archway Allstars enjoyed the result of the day in Pool C, beating FC Bertoli 7-1.

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