East London Sunday: Larkswood still rooted to the bottom of the league

PUBLISHED: 11:06 19 November 2009 | UPDATED: 15:16 05 October 2010

East London Sunday

East London Sunday

Larkswood's Premier League woes continued as Rolls Park came from behind to win 2-1

Larkswood's Premier League woes continued as Rolls Park come from behind to win 2-1.

Hackney Downs A were beaten narrowly by fellow title contenders East Moore with goals from John Magnus and Ricky Field.

Homerton Rangers (pictured left in blue against Larkswood) remain on course as they beat Crownfield 5-2 thanks to a Tony Cookey hat-trick and a blistering strike from Daryel Marson, while Joel Appiah completed the scoring.

Stoke Newington leapt into first place in Division One as they beat Young Prince 3-1 with strikes from J Bulgin, P Bulgin and L Doyley.

Queensbridge kept up their steady start against Hench as they came out 5-2 winners.

Millwall Albion beat former leaders Railway Tavern 2-0, while Dockland Amateurs were beaten 3-1 by newcomers to the league Romania Galaxy.

Hatch Lane registered a well earned victory over Hackney Downs B with Hatch Lane's goals coming from an own goal plus strikes from D Richards and A Antoniades.

In Divsion Two Acorn were beaten 6-0 by Concordia, Woodgrange beat EFY B by the same scoreline and Clandestinos Football Art were out classed by the 45's 11-3.

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