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East London Sunday League: Queensbridge win thrilling cup tie

PUBLISHED: 11:11 03 December 2009 | UPDATED: 15:19 05 October 2010

Queensbridge Rangers (red) vs Holloway - East London Sunday League at South Marsh, Hackney, London - 27/09/09 - MANDATORY CREDIT: Gavin Ellis/TGSPHOTO - Self billing applies where appropriate - Tel: 0845 094 6026

Queensbridge Rangers (red) vs Holloway - East London Sunday League at South Marsh, Hackney, London - 27/09/09 - MANDATORY CREDIT: Gavin Ellis/TGSPHOTO - Self billing applies where appropriate - Tel: 0845 094 6026

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In the last outstanding first round Jubilee cup tie Queensbridge Rangers and Stoke Newington treated those in attendance to a real nail biter as both sides took the lead just to be pegged back to 3-3 at the end of normal time

In the last outstanding first round Jubilee cup tie Queensbridge Rangers and Stoke Newington treated those in attendance to a real nail biter as both sides took the lead just to be pegged back to 3-3 at the end of normal time.

This deadlock took the game into a thrilling extra time encounter with Queensbridge striking in the second period of extra time to take the tie 4-3.

Larkswood recorded their second successive Premier Division victory, as they raced to a 3-0 lead only for Swan and Cuckoo to storm back with two late goals to leave Larkswood hanging on.

Meath United are back in the title race after losing their first two league games, they have now won five on the trot after beating Inter Lucia 5-3.

AC Lucia continue to improve and picked up a 4-2 win over relegation threatened Crownfield.

East Moore let their chance of going top with Hackney Downs slip by, when they were caught out by a late equaliser from an improving Rolls Park after two goals from Ricky Field looked enough to give them the three points.

In Division One, Hatch Lane scored a late equalizer to snatch victory away from Holloway as the two sides drew 3-3.

Hackney Downs B were awarded the points in their match against Docklands Amateurs.

Woodgrange Rovers triumphed over Ollerton Green 11-3 in Division Two, with Ollerton's goals coming from Kieran McCormack and Derek Morley, while the Woodgrange keeper diverted the third into his own net.

The 45's beat White Hart Rapids 2-1 in a tight hard fought clash.

And unfortunately the referee called off the Chettle Court v William Fitt Lions game due to waterlogged pitch.


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