Inter upset the cup holders
PUBLISHED: 16:13 30 October 2008 | UPDATED: 13:43 05 October 2010
HOLDERS Rolls Park were eliminated from the East London Sunday League s Senior Cup in the first round as they crashed out of the competition in a thrilling encounter against Inter Lucia. Rolls Park, who had won the cup for the past two seasons, appeared
HOLDERS Rolls Park were eliminated from the East London Sunday League's Senior Cup in the first round as they crashed out of the competition in a thrilling encounter against Inter Lucia.
Rolls Park, who had won the cup for the past two seasons, appeared poised for victory when they led 4-3 in normal time and again went in front 5-4 in extra-time.
But Inter hit back with three late goals to win a dramatic contest 7-5.
SK Veleciku also advanced to the second round after a 2-1 win over Crownfield, while White Swan and Cuckoo recorded a third straight win over Hackney Downs B with a 1-0 victory and Arbour Athletic sailed through against luckless Young Prince 5-1.
In the Dick Coppock Cup, Concordia sneaked through against Arbour B with a 3-1 penalty-shootout triumph, while Millwall Albion fought back from an early deficit to record a 7-1 rout of East End United.
New North Rangers maintained their 100 per cent record with a 2-1 win over Besiktas in the Division Three Cup, while Acorn beat Concordia's Under-18s 5-1 and Stratford made short work of William Fitt Lions in a 5-0 victory.
Queensbridge Rangers, playing in their first league game in Division One, were given a baptism of fire by Reama, who underlined their promotion credentials with a stunning 17-2 win.
Springfield scored a narrow 1-0 victory over nine-man Adriatiku in Division Two, while Division Three newcomers Jubba FC prevailed 8-3 against Shoreditch Youth.
East London League outfits East Moore B and EFY both progressed in the London Sunday Junior Cup.
East Moore were handed a walkover victory while Division Two side EFY defeated Premier Division opponents Beaumont International 6-1 in a stunning upset win.
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