Meath reignite their title campaign
PUBLISHED: 17:01 23 October 2008 | UPDATED: 13:42 05 October 2010
PREMIER DIVISION leaders Clapton Rangers dropped their first points of the East London Sunday League campaign when they were held to a 2-2 draw by Waltham Forest outfit Beaumont International. Rangers still top the table by three points, but have played
PREMIER DIVISION leaders Clapton Rangers dropped their first points of the East London Sunday League campaign when they were held to a 2-2 draw by Waltham Forest outfit Beaumont International.
Rangers still top the table by three points, but have played one game more than borough rivals Inter Lucia, who added to new side Hench FC's misery by inflicting a 4-1 defeat on the newcomers. It was Hench's third straight loss.
In Division One, another new side White Swan and Cuckoo took over at the head of the table following a 6-2 triumph over Tube Lines.
The outcome saw White Swan take top spot from Arbour Athletic, who are a point behind after their match with Queensbridge Rangers was postponed.
Byron Athletic picked up their first victory of the season in Division Two as they came from behind to prevail 6-3 against East End United.
Adriatiku continued their solid start to the season with a 2-1 win against Concordia, while Millwall Albion did overcame East Moore B in a 3-0 victory.
Stoke Newington, another new name to East London League football, totally outclassed Gervic Palace in a 7-0 victory.
In Division Three, New North Rangers won the top clash of the day with a thrilling 5-3 victory over previously unbeaten Stratford Juniors in a rematch of last season's East London Advertiser Cup final.
Chettle Court fought out a remarkable 5-5 draw with Juva, but were later found to have fielded ineligible players, leading to Juva collecting maximum points from the fixture.
Shoreditch Youth were outgunned by Besiktas 4-0, while William Fitt Lions had a 3-1 triumph in their match against Concordia Youth.
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