East London Sunday: Queensbridge beat William Fitt in the Jubilee Cup
PUBLISHED: 10:27 10 December 2009 | UPDATED: 15:22 05 October 2010
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In the second round of the Jubilee Cup, Queensbridge Rangers were in dominant mood as they dispatched William Fitt Lions
In the second round of the Jubilee Cup, Queensbridge Rangers were in dominant mood as they dispatched William Fitt Lions.
Rangers fell behind in the first half and had Lions taken a couple of chances the game could have been out of sight at half time, but Queensbridge's pace and power allowed them to storm back to win 4-1.
The ever-efficient Rolls Park dispatched Holloway 4-1 to progress into the next round.
EFY were unable to halt newcomers Romania Galaxy as they made their way into round three with a 6-3 winning margin.
Millwall Albion beat Railway Tavern 2-1 at Millwall Park, while Larkswood crashed out in a surprise defeat to Hatch Lane 4-2.
The tie of the day saw Hackney Downs A and East Moore match each other all the way through extra time to decide the game with spot kicks after drawing 2-2. Hackney Downs eventually won 4-2 on penalties, while Woodgrange Rovers beat Hackney Downs B 5-2.
In the East London Sunday Premier Division, Homerton Rangers lost a close encounter against AC Lucia after comfortably going 2-0 up and then letting AC back in the game to steal the points.
Stoke Newington beat Hare & Hounds 5-1 to go clear at the top of Division One.
In Division Two, The 45's recorded a 7-0 victory over Chettle Court Rangers.
Ollerton Green earned their first victory of the season against a determined Clandestino's Football Art side. Ollerton were trailing 5-2 with 15 minutes to go and looking dead and buried.
Ollerton netted four times in the final minutes to earn their victory thanks to a hat-trick from Daniel Nutt and a double from Mark Hill, while the winner came from Peter Cook in the final minutes.
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