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Mixed weekend for East London side's in the cup

PUBLISHED: 11:42 22 October 2009 | UPDATED: 15:06 05 October 2010

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Larkswood cruised into the second round of the Jubilee Cup after they beat The 45s 4-1

Larkswood cruised into the second round of the Jubilee Cup after they beat The 45s 4-1.

Rolls Park also made it to round two as they overpowered Inter Lucia 3-0, while Meath United made a early exit from the London Intermediate Cup First Round after losing by the odd goal away to Charlton United 4-3.

In the Premier Division, Homerton Rangers, for the second week running came back from being two goals down to secure another three points and move level with Hackney Downs A by winning a close encounter with Crownfield 5-3. Homerton Rangers goalscorers were Lee Greenaway, Tony Cookey (2) Quincey Roberts (2).

Docklands Amateurs, who made a good start to their First Divison campaign, went down 4-1 to Stoke Newington. Hatch Lane gained three points as they beat Hench FC 4-0 with Hatch Lane goals coming from a hat-trick by Scotland and Plummer.

A weakened Young Prince stormed to victory against out of sorts Hackney Downs B with S Nagal getting a hat-trick. Railway Tavern picked up three points against struggling Hare & Hounds with a 4-0 scoreline.

EFY A secured a narrow 3-2 win against Holloway. Queensbridge Rangers lose narrowly to an in-form Millwall Albion 2-1.

In Division Two Ollerton Green took the lead rhrough a Ricky Hill header in the opening minutes but went down by a 7-1 scoreline. Concordia and Stratford Juniors shared the points in a 1-1 draw, while Woodgrange Rovers secured a narrow victory over William Fitt Lions 2-1.

EFY B and White Hart Rapids will go to the league committee to decide the outcome of the result.


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