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East London Sunday: Hatch progress to cup semi-final

PUBLISHED: 10:46 04 February 2010 | UPDATED: 15:33 05 October 2010

Hackney Downs 'A' (yellow) vs Inter Lucia - 01/11/09 - MANDATORY CREDIT: Gavin Ellis/TGSPHOTO - Self billing applies where appropriate - Tel: 0845 094 6026

Hackney Downs 'A' (yellow) vs Inter Lucia - 01/11/09 - MANDATORY CREDIT: Gavin Ellis/TGSPHOTO - Self billing applies where appropriate - Tel: 0845 094 6026

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In the East London Cup, Hatch Lane progressed to the semi-finals after they proved too strong for Hackney Downs B winning 3-2.

In the East London Cup, Hatch Lane progressed to the semi-finals after they proved too strong for Hackney Downs B winning 3-2.

Hackney Downs A (pictured left)won a thrilling local derby against Homerton Rangers 2-1 to remain second in the Premier League table. Rangers slipped to fourth and behind Meath United, who moved up to third.

United showed true grit by coming from two down to storm to a 3-2 victory against mid-table White Swan & Cuckoo.

Hackney are hot on the heels of in-form East Moore who went goal crazy and thrashed Crownfield 9-0 to remain a point clear.

Third-bottom Larkswood went ahead against Rolls Park, but fell short as they lost 2-1, while Inter Lucia got the better of their rivals AC Lucia by winning 3-1.

In Division One, it was a bad day out for Hare & Hounds as they were totally outclassed by Millwall Albion in a double header losing 10-0 in the first game and 9-0 in the second.

Holloway are back in form as they beat Docklands Amateurs 4-1, while Queensbridge Rangers beat Romania Galaxy also by a 4-1 scoreline. Railway Tavern were awarded the points after a no show from Hench.

Eight-man Ollerton Green, who without a goalkeeper were hammered 15-0 by a full strength William Fitt Lions team in Division Two.

Stratford Juniors made easy work of new boys Langdon Park, as they won 10-2 to go clear at the top.

The 45's beat Woodgrange Rovers 2-1 to go second in the table and Concordia were awarded the points after Clandestino's did not have enough players to play the match.


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