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East London Sunday: Park roll out of Senior Cup

PUBLISHED: 14:05 05 November 2009 | UPDATED: 15:12 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

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Rolls Park crashed out at the first round stage of the Senior Cup after losing an entertaining encounter with AC Lucia who earned a 7-4 win

Rolls Park crashed out at the first round stage of the Senior Cup after losing an entertaining encounter with AC Lucia who earned a 7-4 win.

In the Premier Division, Meath United have got their season back on track with a narrow victory over Larkswood, with the only goal of the game coming from the penalty spot.

Hackney Downs A returned to top spot after defeating Inter Lucia 5-2. Unbeaten East Moore overcame White Swan & Cuckoo 2-1.

In Division One, Young Prince came back from two goals down to earn a well deserved 2-2 draw against Railway Tavern.

Millwall Albion were also held by a well -organised Queensbridge Rangers by the same scoreline.

Docklands Amateurs put their recent defeats behind them as they overcome Holloway 4-3.

Stoke Newington were the biggest winners of the day as they thumped a hapless Hare & Hounds 14-3 thanks to six goals from Jason Henry, hat-tricks from Jermaine Bulgin and Levino Jonson plus a double from super-sub Amrik Tyser.

Hatch Lane were awarded the points when Hench were late arriving to pitch. In Division Two White Hart Rapids beat the 45's 6-2.

Both Chettle Court Rangers and Stratford Juniors were awarded the points after both sets of opposition failed to show.

While Concordia and William Fitt Lions was postponed because the referee failed to appear.


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