East Moore in cup triumph
PUBLISHED: 14:32 02 October 2008 | UPDATED: 13:40 05 October 2010
THE East London Sunday League s East Moore B stormed into round two of the London Junior Cup last weekend following a 5-1 demolition of Real Wanstead. Ryan Anderson hit a double for East Moore, with Matthew Wheeler, Richard Chriteson, and Daniel St Louis
THE East London Sunday League's East Moore B stormed into round two of the London Junior Cup last weekend following a 5-1 demolition of Real Wanstead.
Ryan Anderson hit a double for East Moore, with Matthew Wheeler, Richard Chriteson, and Daniel St Louis also scoring in the crushing triumph.
It was a weekend of shocks in the league's Premier Division as SK Veleciku overcame the challenge of Meath United by a 3-2 scoreline. Crownfield also netted a surprise 4-3 defeat of Rolls Park in a thrilling encounter to lift themselves up the table.
League newcomers Hench FC experienced a tough introduction to life in the top flight as in-form Clapton Rangers secured a thumping 9-1 win, while Inter Lucia got their season off to flying start with a 2-1 defeat of Athletico Hackney.
In a rollercoaster Division One contest, Arbour Athletic squandered a 4-1 lead against Hackney Downs B, who bravely fought back to earn a 5-5 draw.
East Moore were comfortable winners over Tube Lines and Young Prince showed signs of improvement as they registered their first goal of the season in a 4-1 defeat by White Swan and Cuckoo.
Concordia continued their fine start to the season by beating Gevic Palace 5-2, East End United held Arbour Athletic B to a draw, while Millwall Albion gave Byron six of the best by trouncing them 6-0 in a Tower Hamlets derby.
Stratford Juniors beat Royal Falcons 9-1 - but the result will be decided at a committee meeting today after claims that Juniors fielded unregistered players.
League action is off the agenda this weekend as the first round of the Jubilee Cup takes place. The competition, which first took place in the 1930/31 season, includes every team in the league, except the Under-18 sides who compete in their own tournament.
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