HOLLAND FC saw off FC Clacton 3-2 in the first-ever meeting between the two clubs.

The Jaffas have finished top of their group in the Len Cordell Cup, with the win.

They will now host Hackney Wick next week, in the last 16.

Holland started the brighter team, scoring with a great header from new striker Louie Olymbios in the first 36 seconds.

That gave the away team a uphill battle and 15 minutes later, the second goal went in again through Olymbios.

FC Clacton were awarded a penalty and although Kevin Coyle's spot-kick was well saved by Luke Avnal it was ordered to be re-taken and Coyle scored with the second attempt.

However, Holland soon replied with the third with Olymbios completing his hat-trick.

Holland went in 3-1 up at half-time and looking sharp on the ball, they again came out fighting.

FC Clacton scored again from a scruffy goalmouth tussle to make it 3-2 but Holland held out to secure victory.

Holland FC will now entertain Hackney Wick in the last 16 of the competition, next Wednesday (7.45pm).