East London Sunday: Mixed weekend for EL sides.
PUBLISHED: 10:39 29 October 2009 | UPDATED: 15:09 05 October 2010
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It was a mixed weekend for East London Sunday sides in the London Junior Cup at the weekend
It was a mixed weekend for East London Sunday sides in the London Junior Cup at the weekend.
Millwall Albion made it to round four after they thumped Ferndale 8-1, but Homerton Rangers crashed out after extra time when they were narrowly defeated 2-1 byBari.
In the Senior Cup first Round, White Swan & Cuckoo ended East Moore's interest in the competition as a John Hind hat-trick sent Cuckoo through to the second round after the 3-1 win.
Railway Tavern had to wait until extra time to settle their East London Cup First Round tie, after beating Hench FC 5-3.
Stoke Newington just about edged out Queensbridge Rangers in extra time with Marcel and Jason Henry getting Stoke Newington's goals to win 2-1.
Concordia beat an under-strength Cladestino's Football Art 10-4 in the Dick Coppock Cup First Round.
The 45's demolish a hapless Chettle Court 8-1, while Ollerton Green put up a gutsy display against Efy B, going down 2-0.
AC Lucia won their first Premier League game of the season after they beat Larkswood 3-2.
In Division One, Young Prince continued their winning ways as they overcame Hare & Hounds 7-0.
Holloway edged out EFY A 2-1, to maintain their good start to the season.
Acorn were swept aside by Woodgrange Rovers 8-2 in Division Two, while Stratford Juniors also have kept up their impressive start to the season by beating White Hart Rapids 2-1.
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