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East London Sunday: Goggin treble hands Meath the win

PUBLISHED: 10:58 18 February 2010 | UPDATED: 15:37 05 October 2010

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Dean Goggin smashed a hat-trick as Meath United continued their excellent recent form with a 4-2 Premier Division win over Crownfield

Dean Goggin smashed a hat-trick as Meath United continued their excellent recent form with a 4-2 Premier Division win over Crownfield.

East Moore are on the march towards the Premier crown after a thumping 9-1 win over Inter Lucia.

East Moore were dominant throughout as a hat-trick from Steven Parker plus doubles from Ricky Field and Shaun Brennand as well as strikes from Ryan Wyche and Tony Field saw them home.

Homerton Rangers won a tense game against Rolls Park 3-2, with Rangers' goals coming from Joel Appiah Smith, Sanchez Daniel and Darius.

AC Lucia were beaten 3-0 against Larkswood and Hackney Downs lost 3-0 against White Swan.

In Division One, Hatch Lane were put to the sword as Stoke Newington ran out comfortable 7-0 winners.

Hare & Hounds were also outclassed as Railway Tavern recorded a 7-0 win, while Millwall Albion were too strong for Romania Galaxy as they won 6-1.

Young Prince were denied by a slender 3-2 loss to Hackney Downs B, while Queensbridge were awarded the points as Holloway could not field a team.

In Division Two, William Fitt Lions grabbed the three points in the first of the double headers against E.F.Y and won the second 4-3.

Ollerton Green were awarded the first of the double headers against Acorn and lost the second 9-3, while Woodgrange Rovers were awarded the first of the double headers against Chettle Court Rangers and then won the second 12-5.

White Hart Rapids shared a 1-1 draw against Concordia and won the second 3-1. Stratford Juniors and The 45's shared a 2-2 draw.


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