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East London Sunday: Rolls Park make semis at expense of Concordia

PUBLISHED: 10:29 25 February 2010 | UPDATED: 15:38 05 October 2010

Millwall Albion score their goal and celebrate - Concordia vs Millwall Albion - East London Sunday League Dick Coppock Cup Final at South Marsh, Hackney, London - 31/05/09 - MANDATORY CREDIT: Gavin Ellis/TGSPHOTO - Self billing applies where appropriate - 0845 094 6026 - contact@tgsphoto.co.uk - NO UNPAID USE.

Millwall Albion score their goal and celebrate - Concordia vs Millwall Albion - East London Sunday League Dick Coppock Cup Final at South Marsh, Hackney, London - 31/05/09 - MANDATORY CREDIT: Gavin Ellis/TGSPHOTO - Self billing applies where appropriate - 0845 094 6026 - contact@tgsphoto.co.uk - NO UNPAID USE.

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Rolls Park are in the semi-finals of the Jubilee Cup after beating Division Two s Concordia 2-1 in what was a close encounter.

Rolls Park are in the semi-finals of the Jubilee Cup after beating Division Two's Concordia 2-1 in what was a close encounter.

Millwall Albion (pictured left) are also in the last four after they beat Romania Galaxy 6-0, Hackney Downs A beat Hatch Lane 2-0, while Queensbridge Rangers and Woodgrange Rovers went all the way to extra-time as Queensbridge snatched a 4-3 win.

Inter Lucia moved off the foot of the Premier Division table after a 3-1 win over Crownfield.

Larkswood and White Swan & Cuckoo shared a 2-2 draw, while Meath United beat Homerton Rangers 5-2.

In Division One, Hackney Downs B lost out by the odd goal as Docklands Amateurs won 3-2.

Railway Tavern beat Young Prince 5-2, this after Young Prince came back from being 2-0 down.

Stoke Newington nearly pressed the self-destruct button against Holloway, but ran out 6-5 winners.

Division Two leaders Stratford Juniors were humbled by White Hart Rapids by a thumping 7-1 scoreline.

William Fitt Lions beat Langdon Park 3-2, while EFY were 4-0 up but squandered their advantage as Ollerton fought back. However EFY struck two goals in the closing minutes to win 6-4.


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