East London Sunday: Stoke Newington book East london Cup final place
Stoke Newington booked their place in the East London Cup final, beating Hatch Lane 5-2 after extra time with the scores locked at 2-2 after 90 minutes
Stoke Newington booked their place in the East London Cup final, beating Hatch Lane 5-2 after extra time with the scores locked at 2-2 after 90 minutes.
Holloway booked their place in the final with a resounding 5-2 victory against Railway Tavern.
East Moore are moving closer to the Premier Division title after a narrow 2-1 victory over Meath United, with Ryan Wyche scoring both goals, while Daniel Cairns was named man of the match.
Hackney Downs A won 4-3 against Rolls Park, while Larkswood came from behind and a man down to secure a narrow 4-3 victory against Homerton Rangers and AC Lucia lost 3-2 against White Swan & Cuckoo.
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In Division One, Hare & Hounds lost out to Romania Galaxy 4-2, while Docklands Amateurs were narrowly beaten 3-2 by Young Prince.
Hackney Downs B produced a fine performance to beat Millwall Albion 3-2 and condemn Millwall to their first league defeat of the season.
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In Division Two, William Fitt earned themselves six points after a no-show from Acorn, while EFY not turning up meant Stratford were also awarded the points.
Ollerton took a surprise lead against Concordia with a superb Mark Hill, before an unfortunate own goal and two strikes in the second half secured a 3-1 victory to Concordia.
The 45's secured a 9-0 victory over Langdon Park, while White Hart Rapids stormed to a 4-1 win over Woodgrange Rovers to move up to second in the table.