Inter climb into top spot
PUBLISHED: 09:58 13 November 2008 | UPDATED: 13:46 05 October 2010
East London Sunday League INTER Lucia cemented their grip on top spot in the Premier Division of the East London Sunday League following a crushing defeat of bottom club Hench FC last weekend. Inter ran riot in a 9-1 victory that sent them three points cl
East London Sunday League
INTER Lucia cemented their grip on top spot in the Premier Division of the East London Sunday League following a crushing defeat of bottom club Hench FC last weekend.
Inter ran riot in a 9-1 victory that sent them three points clear of second-place Clapton Rangers, whose match at Rolls Park was abandoned due to a waterlogged pitch.
Meath United are back in the title race as the reigning champions continued their recent resurgence with a battling 5-2 win over SK Veleciku, which lifts them into third position.
The battle for top spot in Division One promises to be even more enthralling after Reama extended their winning streak with a tight 2-1 win over Hackney Downs B in a clash between two clubs relegated from the top flight last season.
East Moore A have climbed to second following a 2-0 victory over Haggerston Park Lions, secured through goals from Jesse Mason and Alan Robinson, while Arbour Athletic resisted a spirited fightback from Queensbridge in a dramatic 4-3 triumph.
Queensbridge opened the scoring before Arbour roared back with four unanswered goals.
Danny Lambert bagged a double while John Gilroy and Tony Marsh were also on target as Arbour held on despite conceding twice late on.
High-flying Millwall Albion and unbeaten Stoke Newington shared 12 goals in a remarkable match in Division Two that produced an 8-4 victory for Albion, who climb into third position.
Second-place Adriatiku beat lowly East End United 5-3 while Arbour Athletic B were edged out 3-2 by Concordia.
In Division Three, New North Rangers maintained their 100 per cent record, coming from a goal behind to defeat Juva Youth 3-1. Alfie Moss hit a brace for New North before David Badu clinched it with a late third goal.
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