Hackney & Leyton League: Clapton Rangers progress in the London Cup

PUBLISHED: 11:45 17 December 2009 | UPDATED: 15:23 05 October 2010

Eureka (blue) vs Red Devils - Hackney & Leyton League at Victoria Park, London - 13/12/09 - MANDATORY CREDIT: Gavin Ellis/TGSPHOTO - Self billing applies where appropriate - Tel: 0845 094 6026

Eureka (blue) vs Red Devils - Hackney & Leyton League at Victoria Park, London - 13/12/09 - MANDATORY CREDIT: Gavin Ellis/TGSPHOTO - Self billing applies where appropriate - Tel: 0845 094 6026

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Clapton Rangers continue to fly the Hackney & Leyton league flag in the London Sunday FA Cup after they beat Panthea 3-1 at Enfield Playing Fields

Clapton Rangers continue to fly the Hackney & Leyton league flag in the London Sunday FA Cup after they beat Panthea 3-1 at Enfield Playing Fields.

The east Londoners put in a superb performance as goals from Abraham Alabengan, Brian Okwera and Ade Cole found the net for Rangers.

In the Dickie Davies Cup third round, holders and Premier League leaders Lapton thumped Albion Manor 5-1, thanks to a Gabriel double plus goals from Maurice Byfield, Abe Wale and Ashley Bennett, while Matthew Harris replied for Albion.

Joe Benjamin's first-half strike was not enough for Three Compasses against Black Meteors who powered to victory thanks to three goals in the second half, with Enoch Boateng scoring twice and Kamil Ibrahim once.

Nathan Scarborough and Johnny Fitzpatrick put Metwin 2-0 up against Irawo Reds in the first half and although Chimaobi-K-Nweze pulled a goal back in the second period, the Reds could not find an equalizer and crashed out of the competition.

Cosmopolitan progressed to round four after beating FC Storm 3-0 thanks to goals from R Small, S Cole and J Burton, while Vio Romania beat Florist Arms by the same score.

Grab Ion was once again on target, while Bodnar Nilu and Andrei Boros also scored.

Mile End go through after MSW were eliminated for failing to fulfill the fixture, while Bancroft United v Gascoyne was postponed.

In the second round of the Jack Walpole Cup a second-half strike from Alistair Buffonge earned Red Devils a 1-0 win over last season's beaten finalists Eureka.

In Division One of the Hackney & Leyton League, FC Polit moved to the top of the table after hammering Old George E2 6-0.

Ryda Knight and Johnny Tama both struck twice while Luke Green and Dave Armstrong also found the net.

Adam & Eve move up to third after being awarded the points against Wounded Knee, who failed to fulfill the fixture.

Athletico Angels smashed Hare & Hounds 7-1 in Division Two, with Ashley Green and James Brockbank each grabbing a brace, while Erfan Djami, Andrew Brockbank and Adam Knight all scored, with Bradley O'Donovon replying for Hare.

Goals from Sean Hincheon and Ion Negus earned Lockers a 2-1 win over Lammas, for whom Jacques Gule scored.

Jay Cubed and Tottenham Phoenix played out an entertaining 1-1 draw, with Jerome Anglin scoring for Phoneix and Jason Harley for Jay.

Delta were awarded the points in their game with Big Kahuna, who couldn't fulfill the fixture.

Division Three leaders Hackney Borough defeated Wenlock Arms 5-3 and increased their lead at the top to seven points.

Alfie Greenway grabbed a brace, while Alex Bramble, Marcon Mariot and Bobby Myers scored for Borough, while Lee Southcott, Tom Blunsdoo and Mohammed Kall replied for Wenlock.

Nothing could separate Cock Tavern and Mustard who played out a 2-2 draw. Dylan Kelly and Billy Wenzel scored for Mustard, while D Vale and F Lazaro replied for Tavern.

AC Islington beat Mile End Colts 2-0 with goals from James Clarke and Luke Musgrave.

Division Four leaders Shoreditch Fire Penguins edged out East London 4-3 with a double from Matthew Webb and strikes from Duncan Coombs and Alex Pym, with Jerry Adegbuyi, Jaz Pull and David Lewis replying for East London.

Strikes from David McMullins and James Conner were not enough for Eastway Olympia as they were beaten 5-2 by Baris Spor.

Royal Oak and Bow Young Prince drew 3-3 as Paul Christodovlou, Andre Davis and Chris Papacosta scored for Oak. While Mark Lee, Chris Howard and Nick Moxham replied for Bow.

Regents Park Rovers drew 2-2 with Comet. Mike Murray and Aledavdro Fransoy scored for Rovers, as Luke Mason scored both for Comet.

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