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Albion get off the mark

PUBLISHED: 13:28 25 September 2008 | UPDATED: 13:39 05 October 2010

Albion Manor recorded their first Premier Division win of the season in the Hackney and Leyton League last weekend

Albion Manor recorded their first Premier Division win of the season in the Hackney and Leyton League last weekend, running out comfortable winners 3-0 against Prince Regent. Albion led 2-0 at the break through goals from Raymond Gibson and Darren Whelan, with Dean Anthony adding a third after the break.

Bancroft United picked up their first point of the season following a 2-2 draw with Three Compasses as Justin Weatherman and Junior Brown hit the target for United.

Leaders Clapton Rangers came from behind to defeat Black Meteors 3-2, with goals from Reece D'Archeville, Michael Filletti and Daniel Senghore.

Two goals apiece by Marlon Campbell and John Nevin earned Eureka a 4-0 win over St George's, while title rivals Lapton were held to a 2-2 draw by Red Devils.

In Division One, Army & Navy hit three second half goals to beat London Aprillia, with Tony Scully hitting a brace and Disel Francis also on target.

Lancresse ran out 3-1 winners over Fenerbahce, Gascoyne edged out FC Metwin 3-2 in a thrilling game, while a hat-trick from Ionut Coropceanu helped Real Romania earn a 4-2 win over Mile End.

In Division Two, the top two sides faced off as Delta and Homerton Rangers fought out a keenly contested 2-2 draw. Daniel Sanchez and Lee Greenaway scored for Rangers, while Steve Hunter hit both Delta's goals.

Hospital Tavern beat Old George 3-1, with John Kelly scoring a penalty and Shaun Morgan and Darren Lewis also netting for Tavern. Andy Smorthit scored Old George's consolation.

In Division Three, Hoxton Foxes defeated AFC Knights 3-0, with goals by Tom Spencer, Jason Rooney and Tim Boddy. Big Kahuna thrashed Maynel 8-2, with Tom Rafferty hitting four goals, Dan Della scoring a hat-trick and Dave Teasdale adding the other.

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