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Sport Unite Me new leaders in Hackney Super5League

PUBLISHED: 11:03 03 October 2018

Players from the Hackney Super5League show off their awards (pic: Hackney Super5League)

Players from the Hackney Super5League show off their awards (pic: Hackney Super5League)

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A round-up of the latest matches from the Hackney Super5League

Sport Unite Me took over at the summit of the Hackney Super5League Advanced Division with a crushing 6-0 win over previous leaders Wonderkid.

PCY moved into second place in the standings after beating Athena 12-3 — the biggest win for any team in any of the three divisions this week.

Misfits overcame Romance by a 4-1 margin, while E.L.L. and AFC Stoke Newington battled to a 1-1 draw in the top flight’s other fixture.

In the Intermediate Division, PLFC remain top of the table following a resounding 4-0 triumph over Hackney Wolves.

Colebrook are in hot pursuit in second after beating Leon 8-0, while Misfits beat N16ers 6-4 and All-Stars ran out 4-0 victors against Hackney Wick.

Whippets are still sitting pretty at the top of the Beginners Division following a 7-3 success over Torriano.

Tottenham Hotsnatch stay second on goal difference after beating GDFC 8-0, while Lush Lyfe beat PPFC 6-0 and Peckham Pigeons won 4-1 against Brockwell United.

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